Firstly, It does matter how much you invest in the sense that without a minimum 25% down-payment or if the minimum isn’t in synch with your long term investment plan, you are at a disadvantage from the beginning.. But, the spirit of the question and the context it is usually asked is from first time investors, […]Read more "Does it matter if I only have $50,000 to invest? What’s the minimum I need to invest?"
Along with cash or finance, related questions I get frequently are: How do I finance my investment? What rates can I expect (if I finance it)? Caveat: Although I have an active NMLS license (i.e Mortgage Loan Officer), I’m not a practicing loan agent; a precise answer to the questions above tailored to each individual […]Read more "Do I Buy Cash or Finance my investment property?"
Tax questions are best answered by a CPA or a CFA (Certified Financial Advisor).. Setting that caveat aside, I can speak from more of a personal experience, as well from years of advising & transacting with Clients of a Real Estate Brokerage.. The biggest advantage to owning rental income properties comes from the tax treatment […]Read more "What if any are the tax advantages to buying income properties?"
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