Turnkey Real Estate Investments

Single family Home and Multifamily Turnkey Real Estate Investments Opportunity
Everyone wants more passive income, and turnkey real estate investments offer a tremendous opportunity to grow your passive income. We...
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Residential homes and commerical properties Opportunity in Dallas
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Educate the investor for Investment properties in Dallas
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The basis needed for investing is something anyone can attain by investing some time and effort. Here are eight things that you definitely should do before considering investing in anything beyond your savings or a retirement plan. Investing advice from Investment Club 360, where we learn our stuff. 1. Your Net Worth Should Become the Primary Personal Finance Number You Care About First of all, what exactly is “net worth”? Net worth, simply put, means the total value of everything you own: your home, your car, all valuables that can easily be resold, the balances of your checking account, (more…)
Rental real estate, which has always been considered a lucrative and stable investment, is showing strong signs of continuing to outperform more conventional markets. Rental real estate has historically been a wise choice for most seasoned investors. It’s materializing into another strong year for this industry sector, and still giving impressions of bullish years to come. Real estate is one of the fastest growing investment sectors and investment groups to deliver strong returns on income properties. Last week I celebrated birthday number 40, and I'm finally feeling like I’m getting ahead in fulfilling my retirement plans, rather than just pushing money [...]
Homeowners aren’t the only thing that propels the single-family housing market. In fact, even hedge funds have stepped up their interest in tangible property, purchasing homes to rent as perennially falling rates allow for higher returns on invested capital.  In major markets, single family homes are red hot. Some owners speak of having multiple offers for their newly listed properties. So what’s so hot about single family homes in 2016? Low costs of borrowing, excellent spreads between rental prices and mortgage payments, and an uptick in job growth. Elsewhere, investors are padding the real estate market with fresh cash to [...]
With the major stock market indices in the all-time high ranges and increasing price volatility, as an investor, you’re probably finding it grueling to find a secure and steady return on your investment dollars. Becoming a Private Money Lender can generate reliable, stable income with minimal risks and without capital fluctuations. Just like other lenders, as a Private Money Lender, you will agree to lend a certain amount of funds to a borrower. What makes private money lending so attractive for the investor is the quick return on investment. Private Money loans are typically short-term loans usually under nine to [...]
Longer lives mean our nest eggs will need to be large enough to span a retirement lasting 20 or even 30 years, or more. We’ll need sound investing strategies targeting long-term growth with higher levels of protection against market volatilities and loss of capital. Now that we started 2016 with a rather severe correction, it may be valuable to take a look back at 2015 and see how we survived the volatility last year. After lots of ups and downs, we ended up about where we started: the S&P 500 Index closed at 2044 on Dec. 31, 2015, after closing [...]
Why the Housing Market was a Great Investment for 2015? Just ask most investors what they think about the future of the housing market and they will most likely cringe out of habit, and the reality is that the housing market was in full recovery all of 2015. Before we consider why the market is looking good, let’s remind ourselves how our housing market ended up with such a bum rap. After the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s and 1990s when the Federal Reserve helped create an environment for the Savings and Loans in 1979 by doubling the [...]
Real estate has played and always will play a large role in the economy. Housing can contribute to a country's economy through new home builds and also through the rental segment. And, of course, it also contributes through the process of home buying and selling in terms of fees, taxes and mortgage loans. But even more important are the massive spinoffs generated by homeowners - both new and current - to their homes. The home improvement segment represents billions of dollars and includes all the components of remodeling projects, such as purchases of lumber, paint and fixtures, as well as [...]
It's hard to deny the remodeling movement is gaining momentum. It seems as though everyone from your neighbor to your local politician is remodeling his or her home, and the guy at the hardware store or the contractor across town is everybody's new best friend. Countless TV shows depict eager home buyers purchasing charming, character-filled fixer-uppers-and fixing them. The ending is always happy. But what those shows don't talk about is how much real home owners can pay to make a remodeler's nightmare into a dream home. Without the benefit of TV. Thankfully, there's a mortgage loan that appeals to [...]
How has the price of your home changed in today's market? How much are other homes in your neighborhood selling for? If you're wondering what's happening to prices in your area, or you're thinking about selling your house, I'll be able to help. Just give my office a call for a no-fuss, professional evaluation. I won't try to push you into listing with me or waste your time. I'll just give you the honest facts about your home and its value. And maybe I'll also give you the "inside scoop" on what's happening in the housing market near where you [...]
Imagine saving thousands of dollars on your next commercial real estate transaction. Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code allows for the exchange of one investment property for another, providing the opportunity to defer the capital gains tax on approved property transactions. A 1031 exchange is a method for selling one qualified property, then purchasing another qualified property within 180 days of the initial transaction. The process works much like any other commercial real estate selling and buying situation. Because investors are exchanging properties, the IRS allows those investors to defer the capital gains tax on the initial sale. [...]