4 “Must-Knows” Before Taking on a Distressed Property

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4 “Must-Knows” Before Taking on a Distressed Property

Have you ever looked at a distressed property—a truly distressed property—and been thrilled with the idea of buying it, renovating it, and renting it? It can be an appealing notion, especially if you’re an investor with an imagination. With so many areas undergoing revitalization, the idea of taking a cheaper distressed property and making it […]

10 Habits to Adopt if You Want to Become a Real Estate Investing Legend

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10 Habits to Adopt if You Want to Become a Real Estate Investing Legend

When people start talking about greatness, there’s always something a little surreal about it. Greatness is for athletes and activists and the type of people that others make documentaries about. Greatness is a characteristic that’s sometimes difficult to see applied to yourself (if you’re the humble type) in that larger-than-life kind of way. You see […]

Real Estate Investors: Try Out These Free Web Tools to Evaluate Deals

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Real Estate Investors: Try Out These Free Web Tools to Evaluate Deals

Real Estate Investors: Try Out These Free Web Tools to Evaluate Deals Evaluating a property is one of the most important aspects of real estate investing. However, many new investors don’t have a lot of money to spend on fancy analytical tools. Luckily, most of what you’ll need is available for free if you know […]

Inland Capital to start its first private equity fund

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Inland Capital to start its first private equity fund

Private lender hopes to raise $50 million: will launch fund next month Since its launch in 2008, Inland Capital LLC, a Spokane-based private money lender, has grown its total annual loan volume to $30 million, as of year-end 2016. Now, the company plans to start its first private equity fund this spring with a goal […]

Report Shows Confidence Among Home Builders

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Report Shows Confidence Among Home Builders

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and Wells Fargo reported a solid market for new single-family homes in the April NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI), a measure of market conditions based on three factors, with a range of zero to 100. The March HMI was unusually high, according to the NAHB, reaching 71, […]

Generation X: Buying the Biggest Homes & Biggest Home Sellers

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Generation X: Buying the Biggest Homes & Biggest Home Sellers

Generation X, buyers ages 37 to 51 years, make up the second largest share of home buyers by generation at 28 percent of all home buyers in 2016. The median age for this group is 43 years old and they were born between 1965 and 1979. They tend to have the largest families; 62 percent […]

Building, Buying, or Beefing Up a Home? Watch Out for Annoying Deed Restrictions

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Building, Buying, or Beefing Up a Home? Watch Out for Annoying Deed Restrictions

The day I planned to close on an acre-lot where I hoped to build a brand-new house, my real estate agent turned up a deed restriction that limited the number of garages I could construct. I had intended to build three, but according to the deed, I could have only two. This seems like the […]

2017 Market Primed for Rental Investments

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2017 Market Primed for Rental Investments

The market is primed for rental investors this year, as a recent report from RentRange reveals slowing rent growth and low vacancies across the country. “As we begin 2017, it continues to look bright for single-family rental investors,” said Wally Charnoff, CEO of RentRange. “Compared to the Q3 2016 change in rent, we are seeing […]

At Age 26, I’m on the Brink of Financial Freedom: Here’s How I Did It

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At Age 26, I’m on the Brink of Financial Freedom: Here’s How I Did It

A year and a half ago, I told the following story. I had so many people contact me and thank me for writing it over the past year or so that I wanted to go back through, update it and republish it to share, help, and inspire more people. In this post, I will tell […]

Tide Lowers for Underwater Properties

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Tide Lowers for Underwater Properties

The number of seriously underwater properties dropped significantly last year, with 1 million fewer reported at the end of 2016 than 2015. This is the lowest point for seriously underwater properties since the beginning of 2012. According to ATTOM Data Solutions’ Year-end 2016 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report, 5.4 million U.S. homes deemed seriously […]

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