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Last updated: December 21, 2021 • Real Estate Investing

Commercial Properties: a Real Estate Niche

In many businesses, there’s a lot of success to be found working as a general tradesperson. Doctors can adopt general practice, lawyers can practice general law and construction workers can work as general contractors. Most fields have space for general practitioners, and these positions are often a great place to start for less experienced professionals.  …

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Last updated: November 12, 2021 • Real Estate Investing

9 Tips on How to Find Your Next Apartment Fast

While most people can usually afford to look for a new home for some time, there are certain exceptions when you have to act quickly and don’t have the luxury of spending weeks hunting for a perfect rental.  A new job in a different state, problems with roommates — there are plenty of reasons you …

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Last updated: August 3, 2021 • Real Estate Investing

International Real Estate Investments and Our Recommendations on Where to Buy

When you hear about international real estate investments, one of the first things that probably pop into your head is real estate investors who travel the globe to take advantage of low prices and profit on rentals. That might be the gist of it, but why should real estate investors have all the fun. While …

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Last updated: August 3, 2021 • Real Estate Investing

Cities With the Most Renters

Here’s a heady truth: most millennials are renters. In contrast to the generations that came before them, millennials are far more likely to be short on cash and less likely to own their own homes. Of course, everyone needs a place to stay, a roof over their head and a place to feel safe. So …

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Last updated: March 19, 2021 • Real Estate Investing

Do beachfront condos make for good vacation rentals/investment properties?

To build wealth, you need to be smart about the investment decisions you make. Saving regularly and religiously is a good starting point, but leaving your money in the bank isn’t going to get you the financial freedom you crave.  Real estate rarely fails the investors who have taken the time to understand the field …

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