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Property Investing Companies Build wealth by pooling capital

When owning just one or two properties, real estate investors can become poorly diversified. It’s ill-advised for investors to become overly dependent on the performance of one investment because if there is an extended vacancy or large unexpected expense the profitability of a property can decline. Many investors choose to create property Read more
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Real Estate Investing – Your first Rental Property

Property values have taken a nose dive and families are walking away from homes they can’t afford. So where do all these families move to when they leave their properties due to foreclosure? They have to rent from someone. Why not you? The current market screams rental properties as the best bet for real estate […] Read more
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Return on Your Investments – Immediate Cash Flow or Wealth Building?

Part of developing your investment real estate strategy is determining how quickly you need to see a return on your investments. Is your goal to promote wealth building or an immediate positive cash flow? A positive cash flow is simply when your cash inflow is greater than your cash outflow but wealth building is increasing […] Read more
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Understanding Land Investment For Generating Income

Many investors by raw land and rent it to another investor who builds an improvement on the land. This is called ground leasing and this type of land investment can be very lucrative. For example you may own a piece of land at a very popular intersection. Currently this parcel is doing nothing but costing […] Read more
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Buying Commercial Investment Property – Your Office Building Checklist

Many investors prefer commercial investment property such as small office buildings to residential properties. The leases are usually 3 to 5 years, tenants often renew more regularly and there are fewer headaches. It is also common to charge commercial tenants for all repairs and their fair share of annual expense increases and this type of Read more
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Buying Foreclosures – Auction or Bank Owned Foreclosures

The best investors for buying foreclosures are those with the time and ability to research all the issues related to making an informed decision. If you’re willing to do the research, in this economy, you will find an abundance of properties to purchase. But before you spend any money, you want to be reasonably certain […] Read more
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Buying Investment Property – A Sample Strategy For Rentals

Purchasing residential properties is an easy way for new investors to begin directly owning real estate. The business model associated with buying investment property for residential purposes is straightforward and most people can grasp the basic cash flow strategy without taking a course in accounting. However every investor should study and Read more
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Commercial Property Investing Finance and Understanding Leverage

Understanding the importance of leverage in commercial property investing finance is vital to making a profit with commercial real estate. The term leverage refers to an investor’s ability to borrow against a portion of the purchase price or value of collateral. By borrowing cash from a lender you have used someone else’s money to Read more
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Investment Advice For First Time House Flippers

Too many investors buy and sell real estate at inappropriate times and for unfavorable prices based on intuition, unrealistic investment strategies or poor investment advice. Even in today’s economy there are great fortunes to be made through real estate investments but also fortunes can also be lost. The investment deal that doesn?t turn Read more
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Investment Property Financing Equals Equity Investment

The lending terms offered by banks and other financial institutions for investment property financing fluctuate with the real estate market. For example at the turn of the century, lenders were extremely competitive and aggressive with financing. Not only were residential borrowers receiving unprecedented terms for loans but investors were also Read more
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