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Updated by Jennifer Sandivol on Mar 30, 2014
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Finances & Money Matters

Choosing the Best Mortgage Rates On Investment Property

A lot of people are now using their second home as investment property. Aside from the obvious reason of additional cash flow, investment properties are stable investments because they are not as volatile compared to other forms. If you want to follow this business path, you need to be familiar with mortgage rates on investment property because you will need a mortgage to get started.

Creating Your Investment Property Exit Strategy

A crucial strategy Flipping out Psychographic profile of your buyer Likewise, do they value privacy, and are looking for a more remote property to make them feel at peace. What types of psychological stimuli will appeal to your prospective buyer?

The Pros and Cons of Low Refinance Investment Property Rates

If you have been a real estate investor long enough, then you already know that you will need to refinance your investment property from time to time. Even with low refinance investment property rates, there are advantages and disadvantages to this move.

New IRS Regulations Regarding Repairs to Tangible Property

In late 2011, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued long awaited, comprehensive regulations (The 2011 Regs) on the treatment of payments to "acquire, produce, or improve" tangible property.

Pros and Cons of 100 Investment Loans

There are a lot of mortgage plans that allow you to make a loan even without down payment and even with investment property. Also known as 100 investment loans, they make the acquisition of investment property easier for those who cannot afford to put a large upfront investment.

Having a Successful Garage Sale

Moving into a new home can be great motivation for hosting a garage sale and turning unused items into some extra cash. If you have a lot of items to dispose of, you might want to have an estate sale.

Convenient Truths About Property Investing

Staying out of trouble In an effort to keep any beginning property investor cognizant of the lurking dangers inherent in any investment plan, here are several key issues to recognize. When you're aware of the potential pitfalls, property investing can become a much safer haven for your investment dollars.

How To Buy An Investment Property

For a lot of people, figuring out how to buy an investment property for the first time can seem overwhelming. Usually, what stresses the beginner is not only the fact that investing in property is an ongoing financial commitment, but also the fear of failure, and the financial jargon that needs to be learned.

Paying Bill when You Live with Roommates

When you live with other people, you will want to have a plan that will make paying your bills effortless, tod help avoid late fees, cancellation of services, or other conflicts that could potentially arise. Each Person or Roommate is assigned to a bill.

REITs Show Their Appreciation

A different property investment approach As mentioned in several other articles here before, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) offer a nice alternative to property investors who do not want to become landlords or physical property owners themselves. REITs allow property investors great liquidity as opposed to normal property ownership in residential or commercial (retail, office, industrial or warehouse) real estate investing.