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10 Commandments To Buying An Investment Property Infographic

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from MBA sahm

How We Bought Our First Investment Property

How We Bought Our First Investment Property - we're in the process of buying our second one now so we're reliving all the steps we took :) hopefully it works out just as well.

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from NewlyWoodwards

The good, the bad and the ugly of owning rental properties

The good, the bad and the ugly of owning rental properties. Tips and thoughts from an experienced property owner. renting a house #frugality #savingmoney

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How to Improve the Value of Your Property. *Good tips for when it's time to sell or convert to an investment property!

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from budgeting.thenest.com

How to Buy a House When Living in a Different State

Whether you're buying a home out of state because you're moving or you're seeking investment property, it pays to do your research before proceeding. Home ownership takes time and effort, and buying an out-of-state home creates additional complications. Most real estate companies say you should always buy in areas in which you are familiar, and you should visit the house before purchasing the property. Online or printed listings can be outdated, and an in-person visit can prevent many…

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Do you want to invest in real estate? As an owner of several rental properties here are six things you should be aware of first.

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from The Reluctant Landlord

How to Write an Incredible Lease

The Quick and Dirty on Writing a Kick Booty Lease! My entire success has been through having an amazing lease that has allowed me to hold my tenant to their written word. Legal Zoom Leases change depending on the state and local rules. Therefore I always buy the local “real estate lease”...

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from The BiggerPockets Blog

9 Reasons Why Investing in Real Estate is Awesome (And Better Than Stocks!)

9 Reasons Why Investing in Real Estate is Awesome (And Better Than Stocks!), especially here in the South Bay!

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I'd start with taking a home buyer ed class from a local nonprofit and seeing if they have down payment programs that can help you.

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Do you rent an apartment or home?Insights for Renters

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