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The traditional way to acquire and finance investment property is to meticulously save up and drop 25% to 30% down payments on a traditional bank loan. But unless you’re Bill Gates or Warren Buffett, this strategy will cause you to run out of money very quickly! Continue reading
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So, you want to get into real estate investing . . . well, congratulations! Real estate is one of the most common ways that America’s wealthiest people have secured their financial future. In an increasingly unstable economic environment where the financial markets are offering more risk than reward for your retirement plan, real estate is a great way to secure your retirement and enjoy more financial freedom in the meantime. Continue reading
The following are some of the great investment property tax deductions you may be able to take advantage of that can enhance your cash flow and ROI. Continue reading
The following are my top five investment property finance tips that I offer as both a real estate investor and mortgage consultant. Taking these tips to heart should help smooth the road for you when you’re trying to line up money for your deals. Continue reading
The following are ten key questions to ask a property manager to open the channels of communication and and help you figure out if they’re going to be a good fit for your business. If you aren’t as experienced with working with management companies, these questions will help you establish your credibility and get the information you need to make a hiring decision. Continue reading
A lot of real estate investors got themselves into trouble during the housing boom a few years ago because they didn’t structure their investment property deals in a way that would make them money when they bought. In other words, instead of buying investment properties with profit already built into the deal, they gambled on the chance that the housing market would make them money at some future date. Instead taking control of the deal and “forcing” the profit into it, they based their profits on the hope that the market would favor them in the future.