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Tax Considerations for Real Estate Investors

Filed in Just For Landlords by on June 21, 2012 0 Comments
Tax Considerations for Real Estate Investors

Now that tax season is over it is time to start planning for next year. Check out this article produced from our attorney friend Stephanie Long. Now that the real estate markets may be stabilizing, perhaps you are considering joining the millions of Americans who own second (or more) homes. There are several different possible […]

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4 High Risk Tenants To Watch Out For

Filed in Just For Landlords by on February 13, 2012 0 Comments
4 High Risk Tenants To Watch Out For

It is no secret that right now is a great time to own rental homes for both cash flow AND appreciation.  When I ask rental property owners to explain their asset most will start telling me about the physical property.  I disagree.  Your biggest asset is your tenant.  Because finding a good tenant is so […]

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Commerce City Rehab Is Finished

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on September 11, 2011 0 Comments
Commerce City Rehab Is Finished

It has been over a week since out tri-plex in Commerce City has been complete. We got the project done very fast and already have the front unit rented. We will most likely rent the other two units within a week. We have a section 8 tenant for the front unit and the inspector said […]

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Buying Foreclosures Subject-to

Buying Foreclosures Subject-to

With the number of foreclosures and upcoming foreclosures it is important to understand different strategies to profit from them.  If you are looking to build a portfolio of properties with a long term wealth building strategy, you may want to consider acquiring property subject to the existing financing.  This is especially easy with pre-foreclosed homes. […]

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5 ways to triple your chances of your tenant buyer closing

Filed in Just For Landlords, Owner Finance by on December 8, 2010 0 Comments
5 ways to triple your chances of your tenant buyer closing

Several of us have had properties that were scheduled to be fixed and flipped and are now fixed and… well let’s just say not flipped.  These often turn into rentals and the best rental is one with a tenant that will buy the house in a year or two (a lease option).  Here are 5 […]

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