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Nationally, available housing inventory’s latest year-to-year drop of 12.2% is the steepest since 2013, but the supply of homes for sale is actually increasing in a handful of markets. “Despite strong buyer demand, sales are sputtering due to low inventory,” said Redfin Chief Economist Nela Richardson in a recent report by the online real estate…

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As a real estate investor, it’s easy to succumb to the “shiny penny syndrome”: We focus on the latest and greatest deal, without seeing how this shiny penny fits into our long-term goals. Many successful real estate investors use the “SMART” goal system to plan their pursuits. In the SMART system, goals must be specific,…

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As an investor, there are many ways to partner with others to maximize profits. The key elements of any real estate investment are the seller, the buyer, the property, the source of funds, and when you are flipping, the end buyer. As the buyer (investor), your role is pulling all of these resources together into a…

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Section 8, now called the Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP), is a federal government program administered by local housing authorities through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). It’s meant to give very low-income families, disabled people and the elderly access to suitable and safe housing. For many landlords, leasing single-family homes to…

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Question: I am the President of a large condominium association, and most of our owners pay their condominium fees each and every month on time. However, one owner is refusing to pay the condominium fee, claiming the association is not performing certain functions properly, and the owner is attempting to offset the fee as leverage…

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Everything old is new again. Well, mostly new, anyway. Look across New York City and you’ll find all manner of structures — stables, churches, factories, warehouses — being converted to residential use. With a building stock dating back centuries and high demand for developable land, the city and surrounding region is a natural spot for these…

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As life slowly returns to normal in hurricane-ravaged parts of Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, housing experts and consumer advocates worry another crisis is on the horizon: Foreclosures. Already, legal aid groups are working with people who are struggling to make mortgage payments on homes made uninhabitable by the storms, while paying rent somewhere else. Although…

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There’s big appeal in the idea of investing in real estate right now. And it’s not just because of all the attention these days on President Donald Trump, who made his fortune in the industry. Many real estate-related investments have done quite well in the last decade or so. The median sales price of single-family homes hit…

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Many a new real estate investor starts his or her career by seeking the guidance of a local real estate agent. The problem is most residential real estate agents know little about real estate investing. What’s worse is most agents think they’re investment experts and many a newbie investor’s career has come to an abrupt…

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Real estate is secured by a physical asset and is an overwhelmingly stable investment. In the vast majority of cases, an investment property will retain its value and appreciate over time. If you make your monthly mortgage payments and have the correct insurance, it is very unlikely that you will experience a total loss on…

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