Category: Real Estate Investing

  • Investor Rental Market Outlook: 2016 & Beyond

    The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University published a report that covered the recent history and predicted future of the rental market in the United States. The past decade (from 2005 to 2015), saw unprecedented growth in demand for rented homes with people in every income group and

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  • A Beginner's Guide to Selling a Home with Tenants

    There are a number of reasons you may need to sell a house that currently has tenants. Perhaps you rented the home to keep a flow of income while searching for a buyer, maybe you’re trying to downsize or maybe you’re ready to leave the rental business altogether.

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  • 3 Things to Consider Before Investing in Vacation Rental

    Purchasing a beautiful villa overlooking the ocean or a cozy log cabin in the mountains takes on a whole new meaning when your purchase is a planned investment. Renting out vacation properties can be a lucrative business, but there’s a lot more to it than putting out a “for

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  • Real Estate Investor Rights 101: As-Is Property Sales

    There is one type of seller that every real estate investor will deal with at one point or another: one who insists on selling their property “as-is.” At first glance, it might seem like you’re getting the short end of the stick, but this post will explain why sometimes

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  • 3 Market Trends All Savvy Real Estate Investors Should Know

    Scottish-American industrialist Andrew Carnegie once said, “Ninety percent of all millionaires become so through owning real estate.” Of course, as a real estate investor, you know this. You also understand how important it is to know and adhere to present trends. To help, here’s a handy list of three

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  • Beginner's Guide to HUD Homes for Real Estate Investors

    So you’ve been shopping around for a new investment property, and you’ve been wondering about HUD homes. They seem like a no-brainer for an investor; multi-unit properties at a great price. But what’s the catch? Let’s take a look at the benefits and challenges associated with

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  • 3 Key Loan Financing Tips for Real Estate Investors

    There are lots of financing options available to real estate investors – but what’s the best way to secure a loan? Should you use a broker or a direct lender? And most importantly, what special circumstances do you need to consider and be prepared for as you research funding options?

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  • 11 Shared Traits of Fantastic Landlords

    Becoming a landlord requires you to take on a lot of responsibility, both for your property and your tenants. Have you ever wondered if you’d make a good landlord? We did some research to find out what separates the great ones from the not so great. Check out 11

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  • 5 Major Red Flags All Real Estate Investors Should Know

    It can be scary to buy your first couple of investment properties, especially if you’re still learning the industry ropes. So what do you need to know before you buy? As you consider an investment, remember; “if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.” Heed that

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  • Biggest Pros & Cons of Becoming a Landlord

    There are lots of reasons to consider becoming a first-time landlord. Maybe you’re looking for another source of income. Or, maybe you’re having trouble selling your home, so you’re considering renting it out. No matter your situation, there are a number of benefits and drawbacks you need

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