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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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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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4 Different Types of LLC’s and the Ways They Pay Taxes


4 Different Types of LLC’s and the Ways They Pay Taxes
There are many different types of LLCs available for real estate investors. Which one is best for you depends on a variety of circumstances, including your personal real estate goals. But one thing many investors initially overlook is that each […]

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What is a Good Cap Rate for Real Estate Investors?


What is a Good Cap Rate for Real Estate Investors?
Investing in real estate is all about the numbers, and your Cap Rate is one of the most important calculations. Learn more about what is a good cap rate and the numerous factors that affect it. What is a Cap […]

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Dallas Makes Rules Tougher on Landlords with New Housing Standards


Dallas Makes Rules Tougher on Landlords with New Housing Standards
Dallas leaders say renters will be less susceptible to slumlords after the City Council voted Wednesday to overhaul the city’s housing standards and require code inspections of single-family rental homes for the first time. The new minimum housing standards also […]

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How Many Loans Will the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Lend to Investors?


How Many Loans Will the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Lend to Investors?
In 2009, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac rolled back the mortgage rule that prevented real estate investors from financing more than 4 properties per borrower. At the time, investors were limited to 4 properties financed, which included their primary residence. […]

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