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Buying a multifamily property can be an important next step for a real estate investor who had previously purchased single-family homes to rent to tenants. Doing so can allow you to produce more income and build net worth faster, if you’re up for the challenge. “You’re ready to buy a multifamily property when you’re excited about the…

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Regulations allowing San Francisco property owners to convert common spaces into accessory dwelling units have brought forth a flood of applications to carve new apartments out of everything from garages and basements to old boiler rooms. In the first nine months of the year, property owners applied to create 593 accessory dwelling units, known as…

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Even as more investors are flipping homes, they’re seeing less profits in return. High home prices, increasing renovation costs and a skimpier supply of distressed properties are making it more expensive to get in the game, even though demand for move-in ready homes is high. Single-family homes and condos flipped in the third quarter of…

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Every successful property investment starts with a strategy which will guide the whole investment plan and even determine if the investment is right or not. The right strategy will save you time and money, and you won’t direct your money into underperforming investments. Any expert will tell you that their best investment strategy started with…

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Homebuyers often start their search looking to score a deal on a fixer-upper, hoping to transform it into their dream home. Though it sounds like fun, the reality is that the overhaul process—fraught with decision-making, unexpected headaches, and constant price considerations—can quickly overwhelm. To really make a renovation work, it’s essential to plan ahead, secure a…

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  The median U.S. rent takes 29.1 percent of the typical household income – up from 25.8 percent between 1985 and 2000. Renters in 34 of the nation’s 35 largest markets spend a larger share of income on rent now than they did historically. Homeowners now spend $3,300 less a year on mortgage payments than…

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Real estate investors have long understood the positive impact of investing in foreclosed real estate and the resulting benefits of doing so. While the volume of foreclosed properties has returned to a level closer to pre-2008 norms, the market still contains approximately 600,000 foreclosed or bank-owned properties – each of which requires an investor to…

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The down payment has been a big obstacle in recent years for renters looking to buy their first homes. A new mortgage offering aims to ease the burden. Home Partners of America, a rent-to-own company, is offering a new mortgage product to tenants that apply some of the appreciation in their home’s value during the time…

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Contributed by: PropertyAdvantage Becoming a real estate investor is easy — if you believe HGTV. All you need to do is find a property with a little disrepair, add some elbow grease, and you’ll be rich from the extra income. Unfortunately for us, cable television isn’t always accurate. Many of the U.S.’s hottest housing markets have…

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Contributed by: PropertyAdvantage Everyone has that friend of a friend who converted their prime real-estate into a vacation-only rental and made lots of money. “Leasing for a single season pays for the whole year!” is a common assertion property owners associate with vacation rentals. However, the reality is much more complicated. Yes, vacation rentals can and…

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