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Adding Value to Your Investment Property Using Smart Home Technology

I've always loved technology. Computer science was actually my first major in college, before I jumped ship and found my way over to the Economics department.But, my love of technology never went away.While

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​4 Essential Tips For Managing Your Short Term Rental Property

I've been talking a lot about vacation rentals lately.No, I haven't gone out and bought one...yet. But, I want to!And interesting factoid... Nearly 45 percent of all real estate purchases

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How to (Accurately) Forecast Cash Flow

...and Never Make a Bad Investment AgainWhat if from this day forward, you only ever bought good investments?One of the great advantages of rental properties over other types of investments is that the

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8 Tips To Stage A Home For A Quick Sale

You've decided to sell a property. It could be your home, a rental, or a house flip.So, you contact your real estate agent, snap a few pics, write a catchy description, and done.Some people come look,

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How to use Bonus Space in an Investment Property

A lot of investment properties have something we call Bonus Space.It's space that isn't quite a bedroom, maybe not really living space, but doesn't have any one specific use.So, how do you use this space

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Real Estate is not for everyone

Real Estate Is Not For Everyone

Save up some cash, buy some real estate, cash flow for life, right?… Anyone can do it! Quit your job and just do real estate, right? Probably not. Things aren’t always so simple in any business,

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Using BRRR Strategy to Build a Rental Property Empire

It's impossible to buy enough rental property to retire with, right? It simply takes too long to save up, buy property, and a little rent over yearsYou just need too much money for down payments to keep

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