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March 15th, 2015

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Land Banking

Land banking refers to the keeping of land for future sale or development. In this post, we discuss land banking and keeping land for future use, especially for purposes of using it as an investment and selling it at much higher price than its current value. There are numerous advantages that are associated with this […]

January 26th, 2015

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Understanding Trust Deed Investment

Trust deed investments are nothing new. In fact they have existed for a long time, yet many prospective investors do not know much about them. In essence they are just like mortgages except for one difference: Apart from a borrower and a lender there is a third party involved – an investor. Nowadays and in […]

January 15th, 2015

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Trust Deeds: What you should know

Trust deeds, also referred to as deeds of trust or notes, are deeds whereby the legal title of real estate property is transferred to a trustee. This individual holds the deed as a form of security for a loan secured between the borrower and lender. In other words, trust deeds are formal documents that outline […]

December 2nd, 2014

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Buy and Hold Strategy

The buy and hold strategy is a great means to accomplish the goal of yielding returns and creating cashflow. It also provides the opportunity for you to be a landlord. The concept of a buy and hold strategy is that an individual purchases a real estate asset, such as a residential property, and doesn’t sell […]

November 16th, 2014

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Self-Directing Your IRA

IRA stands for Individual Retirement Arrangement, which is more popularly known as an Individual Retirement Account. This allows persons to save money for retirement. The word “self-directed” easily implies that you, as the personal account holder, have full power over choosing and commanding your personal retirement account investments. The investment to real estate may be […]

October 9th, 2014

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Tips for first time property investors

Real estate provides a valuable option for those looking to invest. This can be attributed to the fact that it is associated with many advantages. But, like any other investment, you have to be cautious when venturing into real estate. As much as it is advantageous to invest, there are numerous challenges that you may […]

September 17th, 2014

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Trust Deeds

A trust deed is a formal arrangement between the lender and the borrower to allow the borrower to pay back the fraction of the debt that you can afford. Trust deeds are legal arrangements that can prove to be very important. One notable reason why they are important is the fact that they can enable […]

September 13th, 2014

Real Estate planning

Goal Setting (when investing)

Real estate investing is fast-paced. To benefit in today’s market, investors need to act as fast as they can, because they’re not the only ones out looking for deals. Due to the time constraints faced by real estate investors, it is recommended to establish goals and develop a strategic plan prior to the purchase, sale, […]

August 12th, 2014

Residential Real Estate

Compared to some investment assets, residential real estate properties focus on personal use rather than commercial. There are several categories of residential real estate, including connected/multi-unit residences, semi-detached residences, single-family detached homes, and portable residences. Connected/multi-unit residences include apartments, condominiums, and multi-family homes. An apartment is a single unit included in a multi-unit complex, with […]

August 2nd, 2014

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Self-Directing Your IRA

Most people have heard of an IRA before, but are not familiar with the self-directed IRA. Despite the self-directed IRA being unfamiliar, it’s actually been around for over 30 years. What is a Self-Directed IRA? The self-directed IRA is not that much different from the traditional IRA. The only difference between the two is that […]

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