Category: Real Estate Investing

  • Must-Read Investor Advice From Residential Real Estate Experts

    Stock success can come and go, but people will always need a place to live. That’s why investing in residential real estate holds so much appeal as a wealth building tool. We scoured the web to find expert advice on how to optimize your real estate portfolio and maximize

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  • Real Estate Investors: 5 Rental Property Mistakes to Avoid

    Investing in real estate is an exciting prospect. But while an investment property can deliver admirable returns, it can also mean you lose a great deal of money if you’re not careful. Here are five common mistakes that novice real estate investors make and advice on how to avoid

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  • Investors: Increase Your Real Estate ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Once you’ve made it through the early phases of real estate investing and have purchased a few properties, it’s time to figure out how to make the most out of your assets. Here are three clever strategies, compiled by Epic Real Estate Investing, on how to make more

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  • 3 Most Profitable Types of California Real Estate Investment Properties

    There are lots of investment opportunities throughout the state of California, and though owning real estate can be hard work, it’s one of the best ways to ensure long-term financial security. If you are thinking about investing in California real estate, here are some of the most profitable properties

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  • When Should You Sell Your Rental Home?

    Whether you inherited a family member’s home, kept your starter home after upgrading, or spent the last few years investing in rental real estate, you may find yourself having a “keep-or-sell?” debate. The right path can depend on a variety of factors unique to your property and your market.

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  • Are iBuyers Too Good to Be True?

    Are iBuyers Too Good to Be True?

    By Steve Udelson

    Posted on December 3rd, 2019

    In today’s digital, on-demand culture, consumers have come to expect that they can get what they want, when they want. This mindset not only applies to being able to order virtually anything from Amazon with increasingly short delivery times (sometimes even same-day) or watch shows and movies on their

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