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Thing You Need to Know About a 1031 Tax Exchange


Thing You Need to Know About a 1031 Tax Exchange
The identification period in an IRC Section 1031 delayed exchange begins on the date the taxpayer transfers the relinquished property and ends at midnight on the 45th calendar day thereafter. To qualify for a 1031 tax-deferred exchange, the tax code […]

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Where are the Best Markets for Flipping?


Where are the Best Markets for Flipping?
While flipping activity overall is down considerably from its peak reached 11 years ago, the median gross profit per flipped property is up considerably and some markets in the country are providing ample opportunities for flippers, according to data released […]

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Why Some Real Estate Losses Will NOT Reduce Your Taxes


Why Some Real Estate Losses Will NOT Reduce Your Taxes
As you probably already know, there are many different types of entities available to investors. C corporations are often frowned upon due to their issue of double taxation. The corporation pays tax on the profit each year, and then any […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Buy & Hold Real Estate


A Beginner’s Guide To Buy & Hold Real Estate
Long term rental properties are widely considered one of the best ways to diversify any real estate portfolio. The right buy and hold real estate can yield both short term gains and long term appreciation. There are many investors who […]

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Renting vs. Buying for Millennials: 3 Cities to Consider


Renting vs. Buying for Millennials: 3 Cities to Consider
While buying is largely considered financially savvier than renting on a national level due to almost historically low interest rates and increasing rents in major metros, loan restrictions and struggling to save for a down payment while renting delays homeownership […]

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What is TRID and how will it affect you when getting a Conventional Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac Loan?


What is TRID and how will it affect you when getting a Conventional Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac Loan?
What is TRID? TRID, which stands for TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure, is the culmination of several years of discussions between CFPB and members of the banking and title industries. TRID consolidates the existing disclosures required under TILA and RESPA for closed-end […]

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