Eric Bowlin

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The Anatomy of How Fear Will Cause the Corona Recession

The situation seems to be changing every few hours, but as of right now, you are less likely to be impacted by the virus than by the massive economic impact caused by the knee jerk responses surrounding

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How Your Mortgage is Underwritten

As an investor looking for a mortgage or a loan to buy real estate, you have to jump through numerous hoops. The obstacles to purchasing a house to flip or rent seem impossible but the more you know about

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Real Estate Content Marketing

It’s no secret that the real estate market is overcrowded with realtors and house-flippers. Fortunately, some of them haven’t caught up with technology yet and don’t utilize the internet as much

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How to Build a List of Cash Buyers

If you are wholesaling or flipping properties, then you need a list of cash buyers so you can sell quickly and easily. Even if you are a buy and hold investor such as myself, having a list of cash buyers

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1031 Exchange: What Are The Pros and Cons?

1031 Exchange is a section of the Internal Revenue Code that allows people to defer tax on a qualifying exchange of like-kind real estate. 1031 exchanges are also known as a like-kind exchange or Starker

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How to Grow Revenue With Interior Upgrades

There are a ton of ways to add value to your rental portfolio, but the easiest and most common way is through an interior upgrade, aka through “renovation”. Don’t get caught up on the

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Read This Before Investing in an Opportunity Zone (QOZ)

Selling shares of stock from your investment portfolio can yield large capital gains, but those gains can come with a cost. A capital gain earned by selling shares of stock will be taxed accordingly by

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I Invested $1,000 in Fundrise and Here’s What Happened -Fundrise Review 2020

I set up my account and invested an initial $1,000 into Fundrise back in 2016. I did it just to try it out and invest a few bucks, but I loved it so much I decided to review it.   There are 80+

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You Don’t Own Your Land

A popular diner in Denver called Tom’s Diner has been serving breakfast for around 20 years. Recently developers offered to pay Tom around $5 million for his location. As Tom is now 60 and thinking

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Ask Me Anything!

Here's your chance! I'm going to close down comments on this article in a few days. But, for now you can ask me anything in the comment section below, and I'll answer it. By "anything" I mean anything

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