Archive for May, 2014

Market Update

Filed in General by on May 30, 2014 1 Comment
Market Update

The big news is unemployment. Last month we saw the largest job growth increase in over 2.5 years. Unemployment is now at a 5 1/2 year low, at 6.3%. The problem with unemployment rates is they are not accurate and, in my opinion, should not be relied on. For example, it is reported that although […]

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Two Ways to Increase Cash Flow on Your Rentals

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Two Ways to Increase Cash Flow on Your Rentals

We joke in the office once every four weeks or so about how much we love the first week of each month.  The rent comes in and our bank accounts get larger.  It is such a great feeling to know that you are making money each month without much, or any effort.   That is one […]

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Should you pay off your rental properties early?

Filed in General by on May 6, 2014 11 Comments
Should you pay off your rental properties early?

When I started buying rental property a few years ago I financed them all with 30 year mortgages.  I wanted to create the most cash flow possible so that I could continue to buy more rental property. If I financed the property with a 15 year mortgage it would eat up the cash flow and […]

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