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Why Buy An Apartment Building It is better to own real estate than to not own real estate. If you disagree with this, then stop reading now. In fact, if you disagree with this statement, there are a number of brokers and buyers who would love to help you get out of the real estate game
Section 8 Rental HousingThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides housing assistance to very low-income families and individuals throughout the United States
4 Ways to Make Money in Real Estate Most people mistakenly believe that the only way to make money in real estate is through cash flow and home appreciation. This common misconception is fueled by financial advisers and real estate agents who look at property the same way they look at paper assets like stocks or mutual funds
Choosing the Best Properties to Rent. According to the latest from the U.S. Census Bureau, renters comprise about 35% of all households. That’s a pretty healthy portion of the nation’s population — and a pretty encouraging market-share statistic for investors
Property Management As A Cost Effective Alternative.According to the latest from the U.S. Census Bureau, renters comprise about 35% of all households. That’s a pretty healthy portion of the nation’s population — and a pretty encouraging market-share statistic for investors
How to Avoid US Capital Gains Tax: IRC Section 1031
If you sell real estate or personal property for a profit, the IRS is likely to assess capital gains tax on that profit. However, if your purpose in selling your property is to buy other property of a generally similar nature, the IRS has provided a way for you to defer capital gains tax indefinitely. This article explains how Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code works, and how you can use it to your advantage.
How to Find Your First Commercial Property Once you have given some serious thought to the kind of commercial properties you want to invest in, it’s time to go out and find them. And to be successful in this endeavor, you will need some help
Three things you should know before Buying a multyfamily With the economy currently in the state that it’s in, not just nationally, but globally, it’s important to make every single penny count. In a time of recessions, cutbacks, redundancies, and property prices tanking in a number of parts of the country, and indeed the world for that matter
How to Use NOI to Evaluate Commercial Properties Net Operating Income, or NOI for short, is an important tool in evaluating commercial property. But to be truly useful, an investor has to understand what it represents and how to use it for the right purpose
Don’t Lose Your Home – Let a Short Sale Specialist Help You A short sale specialist can help distressed homeowners stay in their homes and avoid foreclosures. This article provides some background on this professionals, and some tips of how they can help
Thinking About Becoming a Landlord? Being a landlord is hard work, and can be costly, However,it can also be extremely rewarding, and is one of the few careers where the limit on profit is non-existent. This article details the pros and cons of being a landlord, and is bluntly honest about some of the common scenarios one might expect to find an such a career
What is a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges?When it comes to 1031 exchanges, there are many frequently asked questions that people ask. Questions like the ones that will be discussed below are what we are going to talk about
Debt after Foreclosure, Beware a Mortgage Deficiency Lawsuit As emotionally traumatic as foreclosure can be, many homeowners breathe a sigh of relief when the process is finally complete. Just because the foreclosure is over, however, that doesn’t mean that you’ve heard the last of your lender. This article focuses on debt left over after foreclosure. Known as a mortgage deficiency, this unexpected post-foreclosure debt can decimate your credit rating and destroy any degree of financial security you’ve achieved after losing your home to foreclosure
Where To Look for Real Estate Investment Opportunities If you are looking to begin or expand an investment portfolio that will make your future and retirement years more comfortable, one of the best markets to consider is that of real estate. The best real estate investment opportunities are to be found in the international property sector, especially within emerging markets
Making The Move To Commercial Real Estate? This article explores three primary methods of non-bank commercial real estate financing. We look at lease to own contracts, seller financing and syndication. Readers should see this as a basic intro to commercial real estate
Save Yourself Headaches by Hiring a Property Manager! Managing a rental property is a lot of work. This article explains the many benefits of hiring a property manager. For a small expense, you can enjoy all the benefits of owning a rental while minimizing the workload
House Stripping: What You Cannot Take With You After Foreclosure Many consumers Facing foreclosure are confused about what they are legally allowed to take with them when they leave their homes, this article focuses on what an individual may remove from a foreclosed home and what constitutes stripping the property, also outlines the potential legal consequences of house stripping and why it benefits consumers to leave their homes in good condition
5 Things First-Time House Flippers Must Have This article outlines some of the more common pitfalls that firs-time house flippers fall victim to. This article includes tips to make sure investors avoid those pitfalls. It also includes tips on saving money when flipping a house
Finding The Right InvestmentChoosing the right property is the first decision you make as a new landlord. Determining the best way to manage the property should be the second. A caretaker might be the way to go, especially if you can’t or don’t want to be on call 24/7 to maintain your investment.