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How to Move Quickly to Sell Real Estate Investments?

How to Move Quickly to Sell Real Estate Investments?

Projected increasing interest rates have caused buyers to become more cautious in their purchasing choices, and, in many cases, sale cycles are taking more than in previous decades. For that reason, it's important to be tactical in correctly pricing assets for sale to appropriately engage prospective client interest.

The single-tenant net rental category continues to possess the largest transaction velocity and the maximum number of possible buyers looking for a trip to quality. These buyers especially want properties with new building, long-term corporate ensured leases, and internet-resistant tenants in great locations. They're also showing more willingness to get new investments nationally rather than in their local market.

When a Techie Invests in Real Estate... This Happens!

When a Techie Invests in Real Estate... This Happens!

Too much real estate advice is geared to the full time investor. How about the full time software engineer looking to make passive income? Ok, you don’t have to be a software engineer, but the point is, you have a full time job, you understand technology, and you want to create passive income streams in real estate. Here’s how you do it.

Do yourself a favor and bookmark this post because the manual is long--but it is definitely worth your time.

Book Summary: First-Time Landlord

Book Summary: First-Time Landlord

Nolo.com’s First Time Landlord is a great resource for new landlords. The book’s subtitle is “Your Guide to Renting Out a Single-Family Home”. The book reads more like a reference manual than a guide. It is full of checklists, worksheets, and bulleted summaries of the information you may need.

Quotes About RE Investing and a How-To On Skip Tracing

Quotes About RE Investing and a How-To On Skip Tracing

Nasar Elarabi gives us a full explanation of how to use skip tracing to find your next real estate deal here. Skip tracing can specifically be used to track homeowners that may not be occupying the homes they own. 

Skip tracing is a basic, but very effective concept to find property owners. The whole idea behind it is to get an alternate address for abandoned or vacant property owners whom you are having trouble finding.

Property Manager Daily Update: SFR Fair Housing Laws, Unemployment, and Co-Living

Property Manager Daily Update: SFR Fair Housing Laws, Unemployment, and Co-Living

Breaking fair housing laws puts you in a very bad legal position. Multifamily investors know this well, but many single family investors aren't aware that Fair Housing laws also apply to them. So lets break it down for all those SFR investors.

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