All About Reverse 1031 Exchanges: Part 2

All About Reverse 1031 Exchanges: Part 2
Posted Sunday April 14, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

Last week, we explained what a reverse 1031 exchange is, and went over some of it’s benefits. This week, we’ll talk more about the process, costs involved, and risks/considerations of a reverse 1031 exchange. Steps to Perform a Reverse 1031 Exchange A reverse 1031 exchange is complicated, so while this will give you a solid…

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All About Reverse 1031 Exchanges: Part 1

All About Reverse 1031 Exchanges: Part 1
Posted Monday April 8, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

There are some key differences between a standard 1031 exchange and a reverse 1031 exchange, both of which are designed to defer taxes while investing in real estate. This week, we will explain what a reverse 1031 exchange is, and go over some of it’s benefits. What is a Reverse 1031 Exchange? A reverse 1031…

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Screening Vendors As A Landlord

Screening Vendors As A Landlord
Posted Monday April 1, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

Vendor screening for property management takes time and research. Still, the effort you put into finding the right personnel will save you real money by avoiding potential damages or when faced with liability. Importance of Screening Property managers and landlords in will likely utilize a vendor at some point in their career for a variety…

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Investors: Here are the best places to buy a rental home

Investors: Here are the best places to buy a rental home
Posted Monday March 25, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

Profit margins are up for single-family property investors. In fact, according to new data, some counties have seen rental profits jump as much as 29 percent in just the last year. The biggest returns According to a new analysis from ATTOM Data Solutions, real estate investors can see serious profits when buying in Baltimore City,…

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Tips to Fill Rental Vacancies

Tips to Fill Rental Vacancies
Posted Monday March 18, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, rental vacancies are hovering at some of the lowest rates in history. Despite this, landlords and property managers cannot let finding the right tenants fall to chance. Profitable investment properties can quickly turn into a liability if there is no rental income coming in the door. So how can…

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Making a Case for Honolulu Real Estate Investing

Making a Case for Honolulu Real Estate Investing
Posted Monday February 25, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

When it comes to investing, the average American has tons of options. There’s insurance, bonds, CDs, hard money lending, stocks, real estate, and more. But where’s the best place to put your money? Stocks vs. Real Estate Most casual investors are familiar with stocks. Whether it’s through an employer-sponsored 401(k) or a handpicked portfolio, it’s…

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Is the Real Estate Market Predictable?

Is the Real Estate Market Predictable?
Posted Monday February 4, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

Whether you’re looking to buy your first rental property or you’re a seasoned real estate investor in looking to add yet another property to your portfolio, you’ll want to reassure yourself that you’re buying at the right time. It’s a common belief that the real estate market fluctuates in cycles, with prices rising and falling…

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Best Cities To Find Discounted Home Listings

Best Cities To Find Discounted Home Listings
Posted Tuesday January 15, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

Discounted listings are becoming more commonplace, with 38 of the largest 45 U.S. markets seeing an increase in price reductions in December, according to a new report from realtor.com®. The highest number of price reductions on homes was in Charlotte, N.C., where 24 percent of listings were discounted in December, followed by San Jose, Calif.…

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House Flipping Is Not Slowing Down In These Cities

House Flipping Is Not Slowing Down In These Cities
Posted Wednesday January 9, 2019 in Investing, Real Estate

Despite the U.S. ostensibly shifting to more of a buyer’s market, flipping is still growing in certain pockets. Flips are popular, in part, because first-time buyers want affordable homes that entail little upfront improvements, according to Charles Tassell, chief operating officer of the National Real Estate Investors Association. “(Millennials) want to move into a home…

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