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5 Things You Should Know Before Investing in a Turnkey Property


5 Things You Should Know Before Investing in a Turnkey Property
What is Turnkey Investing? At its core, turnkey real estate investing is where you buy already rehabbed, tenant-filled, managed properties that are producing positive cash flow. A lot of the extra work that goes into real estate investing is cut […]

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Fannie Mae Reserve Requirements for Investors with Multiple Properties Owned


Fannie Mae Reserve Requirements for Investors with Multiple Properties Owned
What Are Reserves? Reserves are liquid or near liquid assets that are available to a borrower after the mortgage closes. On every loan transaction, reserves are required to be verified as part of the approval process. Acceptable sources or reserves […]

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Should You Lock Your Interest Rate Today IF You Are Building An Investment Property?


Should You Lock Your Interest Rate Today IF You Are Building An Investment Property?
Highlands’ 1 Year Rate Lock Extended Program! Highlands Residential Mortgage is excited to share our newest way to help buyers in new construction. Our Extended Rate Cap Program will guarantee and protect your client’s interest rate for up to 360 […]

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IRS Revenue procedure regarding Section 199A, it affects you and how you calculate your taxes.


IRS Revenue procedure regarding Section 199A, it affects you and how you calculate your taxes.
Once again IRS revenue procedures have been updated. In this case, the changes relate to businesses. These savings may be garnered with an additional deduction of up to 20% of the taxpayers qualified business income, for non-corporate taxpayers, operating through […]

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Defining the True Value of Turnkey Real Estate Investment


Defining the True Value of Turnkey Real Estate Investment
For some real estate investors, turnkey real estate is an elusive idea. It doesn’t quite make sense. After all, at first glance—some of the pieces of the turnkey real estate puzzle don’t seem to add up! For inexperienced investors or […]

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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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