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Ask a professional about the condition of your existing flooring ahead of you acquire new hardwood floors. You might just have some quite nice hardwood flooring way underneath what ever has been layered onto your floors, such as carpeting or linoleum. You could find lovely wood floors just waiting to be located and refinished.

Apply these ideas to your next home improvement project. If you are willing to do the function, then you can simply turn your home into a property. Use your extra funds for property improvement and treat it more like a hobby that you do for enjoyable.

My $10,000 Actual Estate Investing Mistake | Actual Estate Investing 101

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My $ten,000 True Estate Investing Mistake | True Estate Investing 101
:19 – The starting of my real estate investing story
1:15 – Getting into a contract to sell the home
2:29 – The 30 physical day due diligence period ended
3:31 – Why I’m not as well stressed about the true estate closing delays
4:27 – Actual estate broker putting pressure on the purchasers
5:05 – Where the $10,000 issue begins

What Is The Minority Mindset?
The Minority Mindset has absolutely nothing to do with the way you look or what kind of family you are from. It is a mindset.

Give the majority $200 and they will come back with a pair of shoes. Give the minority $200 they will come back with $two,000.

Feel from the mindset of a customer and be the provider, that is the Minority Mindset. Don’t be the majority. #FTM #ThinkMinority

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  1. Sue. Sounds like they tried to play you. People should stop trying to do dirty business and just be transparent. Situations like this cost everybody money time and hack at your ability to trust when you play all the selfish cards. I think it might be best to sue. Who else are they gonna do it to, you know?

  2. Jake Arnold

    This is a random question but how do you collect rent money from your tenants? Is there a more efficient way than just having a check mailed to you every month?

  3. Scott Heitman

    get your 10k. your property was off the market while the buyers were trying to fleece you.

  4. I think is sounds like your broker failed to do his job right by not collecting the deposit when he should have. It’s up to you and your attorney to decide if suing the broker will be a good use of your time and money but he is responsible in the end for giving you 10k

  5. jordan richardson

    Are you going to do a video about net neutrality? Do you think it’s going to hurt small online businesses like dropshipping?

  6. Jared Bellard

    Honestly, as an agent that’s unacceptable. If you don’t deliver the deposit in compliance with the timelines outlined in the contract the purchaser is in default. I would find a new broker, that should never ever happen. There should always be language on when, how, and who is going to collect as well as hold the deposit. Typically, I give 72 hours after acceptance of the agreement to purchase to deliver the deposit. Sounds like you also got strung along a bit. To prevent that, I usually ask for a stepped up deposit for each additional due diligence period to show good faith that the purchaser is going to proceed and not keep you tied up. That broker sounds like a rookie, sounds like an EO claim to me. As far as how you should proceed that’s definitely something you would consult with an attorney about (I’m sure you’re very aware).

  7. ★ ilivill ★

    sue him mate you’re not a charity. if you’re a charity don’t worry and give the house away for free. those buyers we’re hustlers. 😀

  8. My amateur opinion is to sue the lawyer so that the insurance company gets the money to you Jaspreet. Then they’ll probably go after the couple.
    And to feel less bad about the situation, maybe you can donate 2 thousand from the 10 thousand to a charity. Something like that. E.g. 1K to St. Jude + 1K to Red Cross

  9. Nick Torres

    I would sue the broker but that’s just me. He neglected to tell you that the deposit wasn’t made and that’s not cool.

  10. Lawsuit. (I’m a agent) collecting the (earnest/deposit) money should’ve been done on the first offer.

  11. Sherlock Holmes

    You go after the broker for the 10k for three reasons:
    1- you allow the emotions in, and all step over you.
    2- its business, no emotions
    3- the broker lied once, why he is not lying again. “i mean here what make it sure that he collect the $10k but lying about it”

  12. Modia Nefer Ra

    Who is this broker? He didn’t work hard at all. I would have sued the broker!

  13. Tell the broker you want your $10K within 30 days OR you will report them to the RE Division in your state (broker could face a fine or get his/her license suspended)

  14. UltimateBargains

    Errors & omissions (E&O) insurance would easily cover the $10K mistake. The broker should have insisted on the EMD in escrow by a certain date as specified in the Purchase & Sale Agreement (PSA), and the escrow agent should have notified the seller and broker when the check cleared the bank. Teach the broker a lesson and make him pay the EMD to you now.

    By the way, Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) is not legally required for a valid legally binding contract, unless the contract specifically states that EMD *is* required. EMD is not consideration.

  15. Joshua Webb

    I’d get your earnest money. It’s just business. That’s what the contracts stated. Nothing personal. But you went outa your way to uphold your end of the deal. Even gave several extensions that you didn’t need to. Figure you’ve been more than generous. Maybe this needs to be a lesson not so much for you but for that broker?

  16. ManchesterUtd Fan

    Sue the broker. He should have done his job knowing the risk in EVERY RE transaction he’s made. He assumed the sale would go through and get his cut but that turned out not to happen. His mistake so have him pay up. Detangle yourself from feelings in business transactions.

  17. Olympian Body

    I would give the broker 2 weeks to find a new buyer that agrees to pay 15-20.000 EMD and closes in 1 month. You said you are not desperate to sell right now so waiting a bit could prove beneficial for all parties included. This way the broker will work harder and you can still remain in good terms with him. Just my opinion.

  18. Tim Williams

    This sounds like an expensive lesson for you both!

    If you sue him for the 10k you’d be within your rights but actions have consequences far beyond what can be foreseen. I’m not going to presume to tell you what to do but I’m going to ask you a question and make suggestions based on your answer: What defines wealth to you? Is it just money or are relationships also important? If your answer is just money then burn the relationship and sue him. If both are important then reach an agreement where he repays you in some combination of money and/or fairly valued services plus compounding interest to guard against further delaying tactics on his part. In this way you can turn your loss into an investment that pays both monetary relationship dividends.

  19. Cash from Clutter

    Business is business go get your money. In the end it will make the broker better weather he knows it or not

  20. Richard Rayford

    Though I am a real estate agent now I used to be a realtor. What it sounds like is the agent fully missguided you. A lot of times they will tell you whatever just to get the deal to go through. However now asone investor to another I would always tell you that sometimes we win sometimes we lose, it’s part of Real Estate.

  21. Shaquille Ghotane

    I would see the options as a $10,000 lesson or a lesson plus $10,000. But you’re probably looking for an experienced answer which mines isnt so I hope you make the better decision. And thanks for sharing this with us. It’s great lesson

  22. Jane Heimbichner

    Great advice. You can never be too careful in watching out for these details. I would take your broker for that 10k. As an agent myself, I know how thoroughly he should have been trained about not to mess with the EMD. He should have been honest about this one. The buyers were never in the deal and it is his fault. You are right. There is an insurance fund to cover this. So let them reimburse you and teach your broker to stop bullshitting his listing clients. He is supposed to be your fiduciary. He was far from it. Lesson needs to be learned here. BTW, love your explanation of minority mindset.

  23. Jose Benavides

    Go after the broker, get your money. You didn’t spend all that time for nothing did you?

  24. same thing happened to me. broker not mentioning the receipt of EMD is breaking their fiduciary duty .. and it’s bulls**. broker obviously just wanted to get to the closing table for the commission. I say go after the broker, youre out of money waiting, it’s in the contract, and it’s not your fault they never disclosed that the EMD was never deposited. inexperienced brokers get no breaks, just like you never got any on your real estate journey. you learn the hard way. get them to pay bro.

  25. It business. The broker knew the terms and bent himself backwards to accommodate people who were not serious. It would be kinder in the long run to sue the broker. He gets a lesson, the buyer gets a lesson, and you get compensated.

  26. Richard Kovacsics

    I don’t know about you, but $10k is a lot. If I were you, I wouldn’t sue the broker, but maybe ask to get your lawers fees back. Or not ask for anything at all and say he owes you one. A favor from a broker is a powerful tool.

  27. Lmao get that money back, because he might do it again to someone else. Next time the broker will do his part of the job 💯

  28. jillmac2000

    With all the advice that you have given, I’m actually surprised that you would even ask the question. Sue

  29. Sal Moltisanti

    My course of action would be to make the broker pay half of what was owed or take it to court. We all have to keep up with our responsibilities. The relationship would be terminated with this broker as she/he is not diligent enough to work with. Just my thoughts.

  30. If a lawsuit is gonna cost u more than 10gs I wouldn’t if not he’ll yea. They wasted time and time is more valuable than money

  31. Please Sue The Broker….That’s The Best Option. I Would Sue, Your Time Was Wasted. I Almost Bought My First Property, But It Was Broken Into 3 Times During Closing LOL.

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