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Buying an Investment Property: What Landlords Need to Know

July 31, 2014 by Leave a comment

Thinking about diversifying your investment portfolio? Many investors believe real estate provides a great investment opportunity and an easy way to develop a passive cash flow each month, via the rents they can collect from tenants. And while buying an investment property can be a smart way to add to your assets and grow your wealth, potential landlords... View Article

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4 Steps to Turn Your Rental Property into a Smart Passive Income Stream

July 29, 2014 by Leave a comment

As discussed in the first part of these series on Rental Properties as Passive Income, Is Real Estate Really Passive Income?, real estate and rental properties aren’t an immediate gateway to a passive income stream. Often, it takes hard work and a serious investment of time before properties you own can run as turnkey operations that require little... View Article

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Selling a Luxury Home This Summer? Follow These Tips

July 3, 2014 by Leave a comment

Selling any home is a challenge. That’s been especially true in 2014, a year in which the number or existing-home sales has fallen. The National Association of REALTORS(R) reported that April was the first month this year in which year-over-year home sales actually increased. And that increase was a modest one, with sales rising just 1.3 percent in... View Article

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Weekend Home Projects for Summer Part 3: 5 Home Improvement Projects to Tackle in a Weekend

July 1, 2014 by Leave a comment

Summer is finally here! The good weather brings the perfect opportunity for families wanting to sell their homes: school is out and other families want to move before the fall, and all the sunshine really helps put homes in the best possible light. Yards are lush and curb appeal is likely at a maximum. If you’re looking to... View Article

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Weekend Home Projects for Summer Part 2: How to Organize Your Home on a Budget

June 25, 2014 by Leave a comment

Most of us could use a little help when it comes to getting cleaned up and organized. Especially for families with children, keeping things neat and tidy is a constantly struggle. And getting and staying organized often isn’t cheap. Storage solutions and organizational kits, tools, and materials all cost money. Although most homeowners would love to know... View Article

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Is Your Investment Natural Disaster Proof

June 25, 2014 by Leave a comment

You’ve done everything possible to ensure your property investment is a wise one. You’ve ensured the home is located outside of a flood zone that isn’t prone to hurricanes or earthquakes. You’ve purchased insurance on the property to handle occurrences like fires and busted pipes. If asked, you would answer with one hundred percent certainty that your purchase... View Article

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