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Joint Venture Broker

Status: Member since June 24, 2008
Location: United States of America
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TRCB - Member Profile - Muhammad Siddique

Muhammad Siddique a.k.a Siddique is a Joint Venture Broker, B2B Sales Lead Generation Expert and Linkedin Strategist who produces results for B2B clients on harnessing social media and the digital space to bring brand awareness directly to businesses. 

His work includes being a joint venture broker, marketing on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and hundreds of other social media sites. 

His core expertise includes:
 - Joint Venture Brokering
 - B2B Sales Lead Generation
 - B2B Linkedin Marketing
 - Social Media Lead Generation
 - Social Networks & Joint Ventures
 - Social Media Strategies
 - Video Marketing
 - Online Reputation Management
 - Brand Management on social Media
 - Social Media Campaign Management
 - Local Marketing 

Siddique partners with companies and creates new ways to grow revenues by leveraging hidden assets you have and you do not even know about.

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The Commercial loan or commercial mortgage requests, in the past, were underwritten based on the internal credit policies and guidelines of the commercial lender. Commercial lenders, at those times, were often banks, commercial mortgage banks or insurance companies. They would underwrite each commercial mortgage loan request on their own individual merits.
Condo hotels are, perhaps, one of the hottest products in today’s real estate market. They are dubbed as the hottest commercial real estate investment today.
Perhaps this is the best time to buy real estate. You might be ready to buy a property or you're just considering it. You might be thinking that perhaps the decline in housing prices has bottom or perhaps has a little more ways to go.
After many months of deliberations, the Senate finally passed a housing bill in a special Saturday session of Congress to come to the aid of the widely troubled real estate market and struggling government-backed mortgage companies, which have been pressing the government for aid since September of 2007.
Real estate investing in a general sense involves the purchasing of real estate for profit. With real estate investments, profits are gradually accumulated by renting out properties in what's known as a cash flow method. Or, properties are improved and upgraded, then resold for a capital gain. Real estate investors may also wholesale properties as a way to make profits.
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump set a new record last Tuesday, as he agreed to sell his sprawling Florida mansion to Dmitry Rybolovlev, a Russian billionaire who owns Uralkali, a mining company whose net worth is said to be over $12 billion.
When it comes to renovations and home improvements, the easiest way to cut down on costs is to do-it-yourself. But what if you're not a regular Bob Vila? Don't worry! There are plenty of easy, do-it-yourself projects that can effectively update your bathroom and not break your wallet.
With the real estate and housing markets in turmoil recently, you might expect the rental market to follow suit. "Not so," says realtor Diane Clark of Parsippany, N.J.
Are you buying a house in this frenetic real estate market? You had better be prepared to bring a boatload of money to the closing table because attempting to secure a mortgage in this market is going to cost you.
I get so frustrated lately reading all the latest news from the major media outlets like ABC, NBC, MSNBC, etc. Their portrayal of the housing market situation grows bleaker and more grossly exaggerated on a daily basis. I'm tired of all this negative nonsense.
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