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If you are planning on fixing and flipping real estate property, or want to fix and rent it, you will need to hire a great contractor. Working on real estate comes down to three things: cost, timing, and performance. It’s important for the work to be done well, at a reasonable cost, and in a…

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Investors and those looking to become investors need to know what makes a good real estate deal. There are three ways to look at your returns: Cap rate, levered return and tax-adjusted levered return. The cap rate or Capitalization Rate is a percentage found by dividing the Net Operating Income by the Current Market Value.…

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It can be a fun experience to purchase your first real estate investment. At some point you will reach the point where your investment properties will need to be managed. Your success depends on choosing the right property manager. There are many considerations that go into choosing the right manager including: The experience level of…

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Whether you are new to real estate investments, or looking to expand current investments, you may meet people who you would like to form a partnership with. Working with a single partner or multiple investors can be excellent ways to manage real estate. Here are five key considerations to be made before forming a professional…

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5 Great Reasons to Invest in Real Estate

Real estate is a great investment for a variety of reasons, not only in financial terms, but also in the sense of satisfaction it can bring to you.  Here is my take on the five best reasons to consider adding real estate to your investment portfolio. Reason #1 – There’s Only So Much to Go…

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Most people you talk to do not like paying any more in taxes than they absolutely have to by law.  Fortunately taxpayers will be getting some relief. If you’re married and filing jointly making between $165,001-$315,000, you’ll pay 24% when you file your 2018 taxes in 2019.  This compares to 28% for the roughly equivalent…

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9 Strategies for Successful Rental Real Estate Investing

For a variety of reasons, the rate of home ownership in the United States is declining at a steady rate.  Since 2006, home ownership has declined from 70% of the population to 64%. With roughly 329 million people in the country as of October 2018, this leaves approximately 118 million citizens who are looking to…

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