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Today, investors have many options. Real estate and stocks are two investment classes that offer investors opportunities to grow their money. With high-tech brokerages, retail investors have greater access to and control over their stock market trades. But a well-diversified portfolio should include a variety of asset types.  In this blog, we will consider these...
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The multifamily investment space has been one of the most reliable markets for investors over the past decade. Investing in an apartment building can be lucrative, but it’s important to do your due diligence and understand what’s involved in the process. As a leading real estate syndication company, we aim to educate anyone who wants...
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Whether you are an investor, an entrepreneur, a professional, or a W2 employee looking into other sources of income, we are all in the business of earning money and finding ways to grow it. Many go into real estate investing to generate passive income while others invest in stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, all offering...
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Multifamily properties are solid investments, given that they are tangible assets that offer better preservation of capital than most other investment assets. However, an accident or devastating weather is all it takes to turn your lucrative asset into a financial liability and a legal burden. Properties with more units, more tenants, and common amenities constantly...
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Can I roll 1031 exchange funds into syndication investments? That’s a question I often get asked by investors. It’s a popular topic in online real estate investing forums too. No other tax code generates as much buzz and excitement as Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code. It’s easy to see why, as it holds...
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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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We turn to many professionals to optimize our financial health, and asset managers work to make the most of a real estate portfolio. Even if your portfolio isn’t large enough to warrant the cost of a professional asset manager, you can implement their essential strategies to improve the performance of your assets and overall portfolio....
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Real estate transactions conducted under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code are the building blocks for real estate success, big or small. Read on to learn about the pros and cons of 1031 exchanges. Life Bridge Capital is a leading real estate syndication company. We offer our investment partners the opportunity to leverage shares...
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Did you know investing in real estate syndication can be a much smarter choice than having a Roth IRA? Leaving your money to languish in an IRA means it doesn’t have the opportunity to build as much wealth as it could. Plus, there are considerable real estate syndication tax benefits. Don’t miss out on these...
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Cash-on-cash return and internal rate of return (IRR) are two formulas that help investors evaluate the profitability of a real estate asset. While both calculations produce a profit projection based on cash flow and the initial equity investment, only the IRR considers the value of money over time. Here’s what you need to know about...
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