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Tips for buying your first rental property

Buying a property for the purpose of renting it out can be a great financial decision. It can mean that you will be set to make a profit after making mortgage repayments, and at the same time, you will hopefully be benefiting from a gradual rise in the value of the property.

The pros and cons of starting businesses for property investments

Setting up a limited liability company (LLC) is a common way for real estate investors to isolate investments. This way, one failed real estate investment will not have an effect on their personal assets or other investments that they have made within other LLCs.

Tips for negotiating a successful commercial lease

When you are interested in leasing a property for commercial purposes, and you are confident that the property in question is a smart choice for you, it is time to start the process of negotiating the lease. Signing a poor lease agreement will be sure to create problems for you in the future, so it's best to invest time into negotiating the details upfront.

Understanding real estate escrow in Florida

Escrow is one of those terms that can confuse and overwhelm people going through a real estate transaction. However, it does not need to be so confusing. By understanding the terminology associated with escrow, as well as the reason why it is so important, you will feel more prepared to go through the process.

Things you may not know about 1031 exchanges

An increasing number of people are choosing to invest in property. When done right, it can be a lucrative way to gain a significant income with relatively little effort. However, if you do not take action to find alternatives to paying capital gains taxes, your profit margins will narrow.


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