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If you own a vacation home that you use for both rental and personal purposes, now is a good time to plan how to use it for the rest of this year with tax savings in mind. Here’s what you need to know: Rented less than 15 days during the year with more than 14 days of…


As a renter, finding a flipped property can be great. After all, you’re moving into a recently renovated space that’s clean, modern, up to code and generally more visually appealing, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Some flipped properties are done very quickly, and in the process, hazardous shortcuts might have been taken. It’s important to…


Newly released data from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows that 30-year mortgage rates are now firmly above 5%, and according to real estate giant Zillow, things are likely to stay that way in 2019. According to Zillow, the 30-year mortgage will only continue to rise throughout 2019. Zillow is now forecasting that the 30-year mortgage will finish up 2019…


A rough combination of higher costs and lower demand is putting a chill on the once red-hot house-flipping market. After the epic housing crash, flippers poured in, buying up distressed properties at bargain prices, fixing them up and flipping them either to residents or to other investors. That continued for years, but now the math…


In Tuscon, Ariz., when a home listing is described as a “bargain,” that’s a pretty clear indication that the price is in fact a steal. But in Cape Coral, Fla. that’s far from the case. A new report from real-estate website Trulia examined how often listings advertised as a bargain were, indeed, bargains. The analysis…


(Bloomberg)—Developer Jeff Lamkin knew the risks when he paid $250 million for 63 acres of an island off the Texas coast. But he saw only upside in the quaint little beach town of Port Aransas. Over the next 10 years he built Cinnamon Shore, a village of luxury vacation homes fortified by the latest hurricane-proof construction…


Should you buy a property and build equity with the potential for rental income? Or should you rent a getaway with no fixed costs, maintenance or hassle? “Vacation homes tend to be the kiss of death for most people’s financial plan,” says Patrick King, certified financial planner at Transformative Financial. During the buying process the…


When it comes to real estate investing, it’s important not to become emotionally involved in a deal. You should have a checklist to make sure you’ve thoroughly gone through all contingencies and are fully confident the deal will perform as you anticipate it will. Here are 10 things you should consider for every deal. Don’t over…


2018 has seen rent prices meander as July showed the beginning of a trend toward higher prices, but October brought a halt to that. Our November report shows that one-bedroom units were basically flat with a statistically insignificant .08 percent fall — a median rent decrease of only one dollar from October to November. Two-bedroom units posted a similar…


Research firms CoStar and MFP look at busiest markets for new apartment construction as a percentage of existing inventory. Developers are planning to build a lot of new apartment units across the country. But they have not yet overwhelmed the supply pipeline in the markets they are most interested in. “In the fullest sense, none of…

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