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You can buy property in another country using IRA or 401(k) funds if the property is an investment, not a personal vacation home. This unconventional retirement plan investment is typically made with a self-directed IRA or a solo 401(k). These two vehicles work differently, but both could allow you to buy real estate using your IRA or 401(k)…


When it comes to real estate clichés, “Location, location, location” has all other contenders (including “Not a drive-by!”; “Cash is king!”; “Is that your checkbook or are you just glad to see me?”; and “Worst house, best street”) beat by a mile. Not only has it been in use since at least 1926 (according to the New…


Short term vacation rental activity in our communities is a sometimes controversial but essential part of our coastal lifestyle and economy. Your feelings may vary, depending on whether you own a vacation rental or live next to one or more. Manzanita is relatively permissive toward this use of our homes because our property tax base…


Turn on HGTV or any number of other channels almost anytime during the day or night and you’re bound to find at least a couple of shows about flipping houses. Some provide a cautionary tale about overextending yourself financially or making other rookie flipping mistakes, but the vast majority end up with a profit of…


Since the rise of Airbnb and the increasing availability of short stay accommodation within fully serviced apartments, investors are asking the question “to furnish, or not to furnish?” Questions such as “How much more rent will I get if I rent my property furnished? Should I include the white goods, or should I take everything…


The single-family rental market has experienced dramatic changes over the last decade due to more consumers opting out of homeownership and higher rental costs due to an imbalance of supply and demand, but what does this mean for investors? The homeownership rate fell to nearly a five-decade low in Q2 2015, pushing the single-family rental market in America to…


For months now, the U.S. housing market has been hampered by too few homes being chased by too many buyers, limiting choice for potential buyers and pushing up home prices – and even resulting in bidding wars in hotter markets. The persistent shortage of properties resulted in the fewest number of contracts in a year to buy existing…


Someone in Congress decided that 100,000 pages of intricately complex tax law that would cause even the most math-inclined individual’s head to spin just wasn’t difficult enough. It was time to reboggle the brain. And so a discussion ensued among these formula-loving tax nerds to further complicate the ownership of rental properties by pick, pick,…


Investing in real estate is a great way to add diversity to your investment portfolio and give yourself the chance to make some real money. However, many real estate investors understand all too well the common saying that you have to spend money to make money. In order to get the biggest return on your…


The multifamily housing market will remain strong despite facing economic headwinds this year, according to the new Freddie Mac Multifamily Outlook. The sector is coming off a year in which rental housing demand kept pace with a big wave of new units that was delivered in 2015. Approximately 306,000 multifamily units entered the market—the most…

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