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What to Look for When Buying Rental Properties

Be careful when buying rental property. We stayed at a motel for a week one winter when our kitchen was being redone. The bill showed twice what it should have, but since I already paid the correct amount in cash, I thought nothing of it. When we noticed that the lobby and swimming pool were […]

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How to Calculate NOI (Net Operating Income) on a Rental

Real estate attorney and master investor, William Bronchick, talks about calculating NOI (Net Operating Income) to determine if a rental property will be a bona fide deal or not.   Click here for a short video

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How to Double Your Portfolio by Learning the New Trend: “Co-Buying” Real Estate

Used with permission of HomeBuyersUnite.com   Let’s face it, this is not your parent’s real estate market. Housing has become more expensive, for both renters and buyers, wages have decreased significantly, and consumer debt has now reached $13.8 Trillion (debt.org). And, as we have always done in America when things get difficult, outdated or become […]

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How to Market Your Rental Property in Any Market

Whether it is a hot rental market or not, marketing your rental properly and doing it aggressively will likely result in more and higher quality potential tenants and could result in higher rental prices. Most landlords just stick up a “For Rent” sign and hope for the best. Some of us might actually put it […]

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Should I Rent to College Students?

By William Bronchick & Frank Pulley Whether you are a new or experienced investor there may be times that considering renting to college students might enhance the profitability of your rental. A single-family home with several bedrooms can sometimes yield 30 to 40% more in rental income than the same home will yield as a […]

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Commercial Real Estate – A Primer

By Attorney William Bronchick When speaking with a group of real estate investors recently, the question arose as to how many of them have completed a commercial real estate deal in the last year, and surprisingly, the answer was none. It seems that many of them were either happy with the current market conditions or they […]

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Co-Buying Real Estate

How to Double Your Portfolio by Learning the New Trend: “Co-Buying” Real Estate Used with permission of Leena Bella Mayo Let’s face it, this is not your parent’s real estate market. Housing has become more expensive, for both renters and buyers, wages have decreased significantly, and consumer debt has now reached $13.8 Trillion (debt.org). And, as […]

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Are you “CLEAR” on What is a Good Deal?

By Frank Pulley and William Bronchick So often beginning investors focus on real estate investing techniques that they lose sight of the important issue – is this a good deal? Learning to recognize a good deal takes research, education and, above all, experience. Here’s a good formula to determine whether a potential real estate purchase is […]

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10 Easy Ways to Spruce Up Your Rental or Rehab

It’s easy to fix up your properties if you have unlimited cash. However, you need to keep your repairs to a minimum to stay profitable. You also need to keep your properties in good shape to attract tenants or buyers. It also has a lot to do with your knowledge of how rental properties work […]

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Home Warranty Plans Can Save Buyers and Sellers Repair and Replacement Fees

After all the trauma of seeking your dream home, homebuyers rarely think about what could possibly break and that could cover a multitude of items. As a home seller just thinks of the peace of mind you could have by purchasing a warranty package for the unknown. And what an enticement; purchasing a resale property […]

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