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A short essay on knowing when to get in and get out with a focus on the wider picture of the real estate market. Understanding that the boom/bust is a cycle which will be repeated. The only way to lose is to waste money purchasing something that won't increase in value to the extent that it makes no sense to buy it today.
Published by Keith Cobb 61 months ago in Real Estate Investing | +1 votes | 0 comments
Tips on how to protect your computer from attacks by various forms of malware. Various programs to be loaded on the computer which should catch viri, trojans, etc. as well as personal practices one should implement such as never opening emails, (not just attachments) from persons one doesn't know or from sites one is unfamiliar with as well as avoiding all those freebies which come with all sorts of spyware
Published by Keith Cobb 64 months ago in Internet Security & Viruses | +2 votes | 0 comments
The real cost of trying to do it yourself when it comes to real estate is felt when one attempts to sell the property. Although it might seem easy and do-able it will often detract, not add to the property when professional eyes set valuation or a prospective buyer notices the faults.
Published by Keith Cobb 64 months ago in Real Estate | +4 votes | 0 comments
Common Sense, (and not so common sense) tips on setting a proper rental for your premises, being a reasonable landlord, who is not intrusive. Having the rental paid by standing order at the bank to avoid interaction and alert you when the account is unable to make that payment so that you will be able to act quickly to evict.
Published by Keith Cobb 64 months ago in Renting & Rentals | +2 votes | 1 comments
Examining the recent public offering of shares by FaceBook and the usual blame which follows such an action. The basic question is what exactly does the company produce and how is a profit calculated? As these questions remain to be answered, many persons are not that anxious to buy more than one 'vanity' share.
Published by Keith Cobb 64 months ago in Investments & Investing | +1 votes | 1 comments
How America created its own economic crisis, and how it can come out of the situation on a more permanent basis. The closing of factories in America, for example, is not just a business shutting down, it is often an entire town which depends on that factory. Moving a business overseas for 'cheap labor' is far more expensive than remaining where there is a minimum wage.
Published by Keith Cobb 65 months ago in Business Strategy & Competition | +2 votes | 2 comments
A careful explanation with examples why one should not hire relatives. Many business have collapsed or suffered criminal sanction to the actions of a family member who was given a position not based on qualifications but on DNA. So far, there have been no genetic markers to prove that business acumen is genetic.
Published by Keith Cobb 65 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +1 votes | 0 comments
Explaining a 'Legacy' Business and giving useful tips as to whether it is surviving on it's name and past or whether it is dynamic. This is vital in doing business with it, investing in it, being employed by it, or seeking to compete with it. Once one can identify a business on its way out one has an extra Ace in their deck.
Published by Keith Cobb 65 months ago in Marketing and Branding | +0 votes | 0 comments
Four ideas on how to keep a staff happy and productive when you can not afford to pay them the full emoluments they deserve. The list is not closed, and one should be willing to add other perquisites to keep the staff happy and dispel resentment. An underpaid employee often costs the business more than twice the salary they ought have gotten.
Published by Keith Cobb 65 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +1 votes | 0 comments
An easy and attractive method to end one of the many stress producers in owning one's own home. This method avoids confrontation, argument, bad feelings, and produces an extremely attractive result. It may be 'thinking out side the box' but why should walls be square, rectangular or flat topped? The sharply scalloped wall tops have more than one purpose.
Published by Keith Cobb 65 months ago in Fences & Fencing | +1 votes | 0 comments
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