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Most people seek to achieve financial freedom in their lives. They aspire to have sufficient savings, investments, and cash for living expenses. They want to enjoy life doing things they want to do, afford their chosen lifestyle, or pursue life passions – without being tied to a day job or committing significant time and effort...
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As real estate investors, we keep an eye on equity appreciation (how our money grows) and the cash flow (profit after collecting income, paying operating expenses, and setting aside cash reserves). Another aspect of investment that should be on our radar because it affects our bottom line is depreciation and the tax savings it gives....
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Securing favorable financing is a critical step in multifamily investing, not only for purchase but also for maximum profit. Interest payments chisel away at would-be gains, and loan closing fees add to the bottom line. Fortunately, loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) provide a source of low-cost, low-interest, long-term loans for multifamily buyers....
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Within the real estate world, housing targeted at those 55 and older remains a separate niche from the general market. Senior housing comes with its own regulations, market changes, and investment opportunities that reflect the needs of the second half of our lives. This article addresses all you need to know about investing in senior...
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If you’ve been researching investing opportunities, you may have come across the terms “accredited”, “non-accredited” and “sophisticated.” It’s important to understand the differences between these types of investors and that these investors have very different opportunities available to them. Read on to determine which category you fall in and whether becoming accredited should be in...
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Given the massive changes to the multifamily housing industry we saw in 2020 as a result of the pandemic, any investor’s time is well-spent considering the new landscape. As millennials transition to home buying and renters reevaluate their housing needs, so too have the prospects changed for multifamily housing in major cities that were previously...
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