This month, we’ll discuss the hiring process for your tenants, and illustrate some ways you can minimize your risk by doing some homework.
Let’s discuss the rules behind properly identifying your potential replacement properties. There are three rules to keep in mind…
Let’s take a look at the stock market and evaluate it from a real estate investor’s point of view.
I advise my clients to start planning their exchange in advance. This month, I’ll lay out a “checklist” that can be used to prepare for your next exchange.
Some investors aren’t yet aware of the money they could save through a 1031 exchange.
To achieve a completely tax-deferred 1031 exchange, an investor must buy a replacement property …
I have been in the investment business since the late 1990’s, and it seems that investors used to ask me about municipal bonds much more in the past than they do now.
One way to estimate a value for your property is by using a Capitalization Rate, or CAP Rate.
Not long ago, I was spending some time in a waiting room. With some free time on my hands, I watched one of those “house flipper” shows was on the TV.
I’ve done a lot of business in two asset classes; net leased properties and apartments. I’ll talk about why I like apartment properties as an asset class.
Triple Net Leased properties can limit a landlord’s exposure to rising expenses. This has made it a popular asset class for real estate investors.