Your Questions About Low Cost Franchises

Chris asks…

What are some good small business or franchise ideas that require low start-up cost?

I have a full-time job, so I need something that allows me to work on it part-time or to hire a manager. If I am doing it part-time, then I would prefer for it to be home based? Any suggestions? No solicitations please.

barry0912 answers:

Dog walking,house siting,animal transporting moving company all you need is a few Buddy’s and a truck there is a lot of ways to make money in this world and the best place is still the Internet sell something buy old furniture paint it and sell it or refurnish it. Every one still loves crap sell crap on eBay open up a studio every ones still have pipe dreams of making it rich in that filed and all you will need is few pieces of equipment and a out of the way room in your house you could make tons of money on that one alone.

Jenny asks…

how to set up a franchise with low cost?

ii want to set up my business but i insufficient fund to start up,,,,,please give advise….thank you

barry0912 answers:

Tell me what type of business it is’ and how much do you need.

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Your Questions About Anonymous Email

Sharon asks…

If you send someone an anonymous email, can that person find out who sent it?

I know that they can probably find my IP address but once they have that, can they find out the identity of the person who sent the anonymous email.

Also, please not that when I set up my Yahoo! account, the personal info I put in was also made up, to keep me anonymous.

Thanks.

barry0912 answers:

It is possible to find out an IP address but I doubt if they can find out who sent it by this. It takes special software and usually only internet providers or law enforcement can get a home address from an IP address. The internet provider will not release this information to just anyone.

The link below shows the way to get an IP address:

http://aruljohn.com/info/howtofindipaddress/

Carol asks…

Can Someone tell me where I can make a non anonymous email account?

I want a WOWIO account, but I need a non anonymous email account, can someone tell me where i can find a free one?

barry0912 answers:

I’ve been looking for one myself!

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Your Questions About Title Insurance

Robert asks…

Do i need title insurance if buying a home with cash?

There will be no mortgage on the house. What does title insurance protect me from?

barry0912 answers:

Yes you would want and need title insurance on any real estate purchase even if you are paying all cash for the property.

This title insurance would ensure that there are no liens on the property prior to you assuming ownership. Failure on your part to obtain title insurance you might have many unknown liens on the property that if you decided to refinance or sell the property would have to be paid prior to you selling or getting a refinance.

The title police guarantee that you are receiving a clear title without any other encumbrances.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

“FIGHT ON”

Richard asks…

Do you really need title insurance on a foreclosed house?

For example HUD recommends that a buyer of the HUD foreclose gets a title insurance. Why? Isn’t that redundant?

Also, I know some lenders that require buyers to get a title insurance on a government foreclosure.
I understand that on bank foreclosure it is necessary to have title insurance. But why on a government foreclosure? My understanding was that all the lens are dropped when you buy a government foreclosure.

barry0912 answers:

Title insurance is more important on a foreclosed home than any other. There are numerous title insurance problems that can be associated with a foreclosure. I have seen many, many incorrect legal descriptions in foreclosures; creditors (thus lienholders) omitted from the foreclosure process; and even on one occasion the entirely wrong property was foreclosed. In order to save the most money you should ask for the re-issue rate if that is possible. HUD just purchased a policy of title insurance on the property in question, you may want to go back to that title insurance company for your policy.

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Your Questions About Title Max

Maria asks…

I have a auto title loan, my vehicle is at the repair shop, I can’t afford to get the vehicle out?

I have a outstanding title loan of $3000 with title max, just had a new engine replaced in my vehicle at a repair shop and the bill is $3800, I can’t afford to get the car out the shop so what will title max due because I haven’t made a payment in 2 months.

barry0912 answers:

Well i guess it depends on who gets to the dmv first and gets the lien, meanwhile, sooner or later you will end up paying off one or both at some point in the future. Playing it kind of fast and loose, why have the mechanic get jammed up in your mess? He will never do business with you again, and he does not want your car. He has bills to pay, unlike you he probably likes to pay his so at the very least apologize for being such a flake as to tell him to put an engine in with 0 money, what a rube.

Ken asks…

can i have 2 loans at title max?

barry0912 answers:

You can have as many loans as the bank will give you. I once bought a home that had 6 loans on it. They all had to be paid before the closing.

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Your Questions About Low Cost Business Ideas

David asks…

what low-cost business ideas with 100,000 and below as investment. thanks!?

give as many as you can…please I really need it

barry0912 answers:

How bout ur education…..you have horrible grammar

Daniel asks…

since i am a writer i would like a couple of low cost business ideas, please?

I am a freelance writer who’s online in college for my BA in journalism/mass communications, so i am broke for the most part. i was wanting to ask if some or several could help me out with this business idea because it is hard to get started as a writer online when i do understand the internet for the most part, but not how to turn it in to profit.

i guess what i was wanting to know was what do you suggest i do, as a writer, about writing at home online as making it my career? do you suggest getting started working for a variety of companies by getting paid cash to write each article i turn in and build up some clientele, become a known writer on a couple of websites, and struggle with other competitors to have my article selected on open articles with lots of submissions? i didn’t think so, but i was wondering if i decided to make a website, start adding creative content for readers, how does the generating money come in to play with advertisements and links to other sites? if so, where can i get a free domain name and website started? is it that simple? what else can be added to generate money? is there anyone else that can give some ideas to a desperate freelance writer looking to make some money to at least pay my bills each month?

i would be happy to be able to generate at least $300+ a week in order to keep from looking for outside work, and i know that people usually do not make that kind of money when they first start. yet, i am willing to learn extra advice on what i should do, but please be specific and drop me a link or two if you would because i could really use some guidance.

i get so aggravated looking at all these work from home ads that want your money to show u how to do things that others are giving away free of charge to help you. there’s so many untrustworthy sites out there……

any professionals or self-starters out there with some advice that could really help, i would be honored. what are the advertisements that pay besides google adwords?

thanks again,

miranda

barry0912 answers:

Hey Miranda,

There is a big demand for article writers in the internet marketing area. I currently pay $5-$7.50 for a 500 word article. Check out the Warrior Forum in the Warriors (http://www.warriorforum.com/warriors-hire/) for hire section to get an idea what the market is like. Also this site, http://www.needanarticle.com/ pays writers. Then there’s Fiverr.com as well.

Good luck.
JV

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Your Questions About Title Insurance

Richard asks…

Is Title Insurance required for a private sale of a home?

We are refinancing our home (Long Island , New York) and and open permit showed up on the title from 60 years ago! This never came up when my parents bought the house in 1977, but it was a private sale. It also never came up in 2001 when the home was transferred over to me. I should also mention that we used the same lawyer for both transactions. I am wondering if title insurance is only required by mortgage banks or if it a legal requirement for any sale of a home.

Thanks!

barry0912 answers:

Title insurance is never required. I always get it, I have had to use it and it is dirt cheap.

However, this will now come up in any title search, which lenders will require.

You need to get it taken care of. It is just a permit, not a big deal. Whatever was built only has to pass an inspection by the code when it was issued.

Mark asks…

Anyone know about a class action in Texas regarding title insurance?

I have some rental properties in Texas and I have had to (over)pay for title insurance. I have always heard that a lot of kickbacks were paid by the title insurance companies to banks and mortgage brokers. Anybody else hear about this?

barry0912 answers:

I sure haven’t heard of it, and I would have noticed, I’d think, being in Texas myself.

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