Category Archives: Real Estate

Property Investment Partnership

house invest scaleMessage to Investors 

We are always looking to work with like-minded people who are looking to network and grow long term wealth. We specialize in all types of transactions and would be more than happy to work with you in regards to accomplishing your investment needs.

For instance, if you like the idea of being a property investor but are not sure where that fits into your current schedule we have developed a great team of people to help achieve your goals.

Investor Requirements:

-Equity to stay in the property for a minimum of 7 years

-Return from loan payoff and increased value in the property rather than return on equity

-Personally guarantee loan along with other partners

-Investors will be passively involved in the management of the property

-Initial equity to equal 20-25% of the property purchase price

If you would like to give us a better understanding of what you may be looking to accomplish in your investment goals please fill out our risk-free contact form located below or feel free to call our team.  We can be reached directly at (314-472-3684).  We look forward to hearing from you and creating a positive, prosperous, working relationship with you.

Doug Haldeman


John Muller



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Escalation Clause: How to Snag Your New Home

How to Snag Your New Home with an Escalation Clause

As I’m sure you’ve heard we are in a really hot real estate market. Potential home buyers are finding themselves in highly competitive situations, and the majority of new listings are receiving multiple offers. The inventory of homes on the market continues to be low and buyer demand continues to increase. This can make it really tough for someone looking to take advantage of today’s low interest rates. Well, there is a tool called an escalation clause that you can use to help you snag that new home.

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Steve Clark: Current Real Estate Market Tips

Steve Clark: Current Real Estate Market Tips

We have Steve Clark from Keller Williams Realty to explain the current market situation and what buyers and sellers can do to set themselves apart. Steve spent 30 years in the retail industry before setting his sights on real estate. Working in management for a large sporting goods retailer, Steve was able to hone his customer service skills. Steve says he easily adapted to real estate and it was really a natural fit.

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Bubba Mills of Corcoran Coaching

Bubba Mills of Corcoran Coaching


Bubba Mills is the Owner and Chief Executive Officer for Corcoran Coaching, an international real estate coaching company. With Bubba’s background in Default Servicing, and his current role as CEO of Corcoran Coaching, he is an advocate for the real estate community. He is also an informational tool for the default industry, including Government-Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and HUD along with major banks such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Chase.

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Real Estate Event: April 7th, 2017

Real Estate Event


Cornerstone Mortgage and Title Partners are hosting a Real Estate event Friday, April, 7th, 2017.

If you’re a real estate agent looking to grow your business you won’t want to miss it!

Real Estate Agents, please make sure to register at:


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How To Achieve Success as a Real Estate Agent with Jen Gendece and Marc King

How to Achieve Success as a Real Estate Agent with Jen Gendece and Marc King

Getting a real estate license is a relatively easy thing to do. Anyone with $500 and a few weeks to spend studying can get licensed. However, it’s estimated that about 87% of real estate agents fail within the first 5 years. While there is no one easy path, we do believe there are a few keys to achieve success as a real estate agent in this highly competitive field.

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Record Home-ownership Rates

Record Home-ownership Rates


The U.S. home-ownership rate fell to the lowest in more than 50 years as rising prices put buying out of reach for many renters.

The share of Americans who own their homes was 62.9% in the second quarter. This is the lowest since 1965, according to a Census Bureau report Thursday. It was the second straight quarterly decrease, down from 63.5% in the previous three months.

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Shopping Around For a Mortgage?

Shopping Around For A Mortgage

Here’s the inside scoop on how to do it right!

First:  Are you working with a TRUE Mortgage Professional?

The largest financial transaction of your life is far too important to place into the hands of someone who is not capable of advising you properly and troubleshooting the issues that may arise along the way.  But how can you tell? If your shopping just rates, seriously consider the fact that the lowest bidder is handling the largest debt you will likely ever take on.

 The following 4 simple questions are ones that your lender must be able to accurately answer. If they can’t run, don’t walk away. Continue reading Shopping Around For a Mortgage?

Selling a Home in the Winter


Winter may not be the most popular time to sell a home, but this doesn’t mean you have to wait until the weather warms up to list your property. With the right strategy and a bit of hard work, you can make your home stand out to potential buyers in a season where competition is less fierce, and some buyers are highly motivated to purchase.

It may take you a little planning and some prep work. However, when you need to sell your house, you need to sell your house – regardless of what season it happens to be. Knowing how to sell a home in the Winter can go a long way in increasing your chances of success.

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Why You Might Want to Buy a Home in the Winter


Is the winter a good time to buy a home?  There are several significant advantages to buying a home during the snowy season.  Here are the motivating factors that will help you come out on top.

Less Inventory and Less Competition

In most markets, winter usually means a lower inventory with less houses on the market. While this is often the case, it’s possible to find the right space and with fewer people looking, you’ll have less competition.  Continue reading Why You Might Want to Buy a Home in the Winter