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Real Estate Tax Deductions (Learn from our Huge Mistake)

May 13, 2021

After this passed year 2020, I wish we would have been more focused on real estate tax deductions.  Ignorance was not bliss in our case.  We made a $20,000+ mistake with our business finances by not taking advantage of the tax benefits in our tax law. So, if you are real estate investor, I highly […]


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How to Invest in Bitcoin: A Beginner’s Guide

April 19, 2021

Over the last several years, you’ve probably seen “Bitcoin” suggested as a cutting-edge investment option. There’s been a lot of debate about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, its proponents arguing that it’s the future of currency and investing, while its detractors argue that it’s a risky investment option that may not generate big returns. What exactly […]


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How To Do A Title Search: A Beginner’s Guide

March 15, 2021

Knowing how to do a title search is a critical real estate investing skill. It will allow you to discover potential issues with a property before you commit to it. If you’re worried that you don’t know how to do a title search on a property, don’t worry. You can go through a title search company or […]


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Top 10 Best Motivational Books For Entrepreneurs

February 18, 2021

Every day is a chance for a fresh start. Whatever failures or shortcomings you have experienced in the past are no match for the gains you’ll make in the future. You may not believe it now, but there are several ways you can make the year ahead different. One way to accomplish this is to […]


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Six Ways The Biden Tax Plan Could Affect Your Real Estate Business

January 23, 2021

President Joe Biden’s policies and tax plans are becoming increasingly more relevant as his time in office begins. When it comes to the real estate industry or investing in general, it’s important to pay attention to policies that will affect you as a business owner so you can make the necessary adjustments. The Biden plan […]


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What To Do If You Can’t Make Your Next Mortgage Payment

December 12, 2020

As financially damaging as the mortgage collapse of 2009 was, it wasn’t nearly as widespread as what we are currently facing. There are many people in various sectors who are currently not earning a paycheck or generating income. Savings have been exhausted and paying everyday bills has become more difficult. Fortunately, the government has thrown […]


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Simple Interest vs. Compound Interest: What’s The Difference?

November 8, 2020

As we all know, there is no such thing as free money. Whether you’re an investor or a household consumer, there will be occasions when you’ll need to borrow funds for investments and purchases. The cost associated with borrowing money is called “interest.” As a borrower, you need to understand the difference between simple interest vs. […]


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How to Invest in Real Estate During COVID-19

October 17, 2020

Like many businesses across the country, many real estate investors will have to have to reevaluate their business model in the wake of COVID-19. Fortunately, the extent by which investors are expected to change shouldn’t be as drastic as other industries. Historically, disruption within the real estate sector has resulted in amazing wealth-building opportunities. Today’s […]


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What is the Future of Real Estate in 2020

March 11, 2020

Emerging technologies and shifting homebuyer demographics have begun to shake up the real estate industry in recent years. These factors have influenced all aspects of traditional real estate transactions ranging from the way properties are listed to average closing times. This has left many investors wondering where the future of real estate is headed, and […]


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How Much Does It Cost To Flip A House?

February 12, 2020

The cost of flipping is more closely related to a moving variable than a fixed expense. If for nothing else, it’s impossible to formulate a universal equation to pinpoint the exact cost a flip will incur. It is worth noting, however, that while the individual costs may be difficult to account for, there are broader […]


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