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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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Clearly, the best way to make money in real estate is to buy low and sell high. The ideal strategy for real estate investments is to buy properties when the market conditions are in favor of the buyer. A buyer's market happens when the number of homes on a market exceeds the number of buyers.
In real estate, the questions on everyone's minds these days are: when is the market going to bottom out and when is the perfect time to buy?
Fears over increasing loan defaults and a loss of consumer confidence caused shares and bonds in two mortgage giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to plunge yesterday.
According to data released by the National Association of Realtors, single family home prices dropped 7.7% in the first quarter of 2008. The data reflects the biggest year-over-year decline in home prices since the N.A.R. first began compiling home prices in 1982.
Flipping homes has become an all out American fascination. If you're new to flipping, chances are you've seen those shows on HGTV and think to yourself, "I can do that... what a great way to make money!" But what you may not realize from watching Flip This House or Flipping Out is that flipping homes for profit can be a lucrative and downright risky business.
As fears continue to grow over the environment, global warming, and energy prices, many people are opting to update their home by "going green". And, if your in the real estate business, "greening" a home is a crucial selling point to potential buyers.
If you've ever had a business or bought a home, you know how difficult it can be to get a loan from the bank. For one, it takes forever to get the money you need, try Private Lenders.
Whether a market is slow, hot, or cold should not hinder your real-estate investments. Instead, the state of a market should only affect your investing strategy.
The ever changing real-estate market and the upheaval of the housing crisis are causing lenders to change their standards and guidelines on home loan mortgages. So what is a potential homebuyer to do when they have a less then perfect credit score and is trying to obtain financing?
Obviously if you had thousands of dollars and unlimited amounts of time it would be easy to fix up a property. However, most of us don't have that luxury. If you own rental property or are rehabbing a property, you know what it's like to run on a tight schedule with an even tighter budget.
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