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What We Know About Changes To Lending Rules And How Real Estate Professionals Should Prepare
By: Date: October 17, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Broker Associate at LIV | Sotheby’s International Realty based in Breckenridge, Colorado. getty On March 10, 2021, Freddie Mac and Fannie May announced that they will buy fewer second-home and investment mortgages. Although the news did not set the real estate market into a downward spiral, it is now raising concerns for consumers as well as for real…

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Hanging In The Balance: Community Cannabis And Real Estate
By: Date: October 17, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Zoned Properties, Inc., a strategic real estate development firm. getty Across the United States, hundreds of cities, towns and counties are discussing and deciding the fate of local planning and regulatory code for the emerging cannabis industry. The results of those conversations will have a tremendous effect on billions of dollars…

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Seven Steps To Running Your Real Estate Business On Auto-Pilot
By: Date: October 12, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Kevin is the Founder of Marker Real Estate, an innovative firm with a transparent, inclusive, client-focused strategy. getty If you grew up in the 1990s as I did, you might be familiar with a video game called Cruis’n USA, an auto racing game with multiple checkpoints. I once heard someone compare Cruis’n USA to running a business. …

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Explaining Today’s U.S. Real Estate Inventory Insanity
By: Date: October 11, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Rodolfo Delgado is the Co-Founder & CEO of Replay Listings, the first platform to find apartments for rent in NYC focused on unedited videos. getty Have you ever found yourself walking down the street on a rainy day without an umbrella and suddenly experienced vendors offering them at a ridiculously elevated price? It’s all about supply and…

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A Perfect Storm To Leverage Equity For Acquisitions
By: Date: October 7, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Lee Kiser is a multifamily expert, active broker and Principal of Kiser Group, Chicagoland’s leading mid-market multifamily brokerage firm.  getty Equity is not static. At a simple level, the equity you have in your building is the difference between its market value and what you owe on the loan. The price you originally paid and the amount…

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13 Tips For Real Estate Investors Crafting An Exit Strategy
By: Date: October 6, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Real estate investors know that not every purchase they make is going to be a win. In a few cases, you’ll end up with a dud, where a property that looked good at first ends up being more trouble than it’s worth once you’ve bought it. This is why no investor should go into a…

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Taxable Income And Capital Gains: Strategies For Lowering Taxes
By: Date: October 2, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Founder, CEO of Blue Lake Capital LLC. Helps passive investors grow wealth through real estate. Podcast Host: REady2Scale. getty According to the U.S. Census, there are ten thousand Baby Boomers entering retirement age each day and by 2030 all Baby Boomers will be 65 and older. In preparing for leaving the workforce, many are considering selling…

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How To Determine Your Investment Strategy For Apartment Buildings
By: Date: September 30, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Eric is a Real Estate investor, founder of MartelTurnkey, and author of Stop Trading Your Time for Money. getty Apartment buildings are widely considered to be a good investment, but are they right for you? To answer this, let’s first differentiate between two investment strategies when it comes to apartment buildings: buying turnkey properties versus value-add properties….

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Understanding Real Estate Foreclosures: Costs, Timelines And Steps You Can Take
By: Date: September 25, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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Cofounder of InstaLend, a non-bank real estate lender providing loans on single-family and multi-family properties for acquisition and rehab. getty With the moratorium on foreclosures likely coming to an end soon and millions of Americans still out of the workforce and unable to make their rent or mortgage payments, we may be in for a huge…

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Why Do Only Rich People Own The Places We Live, Work And Play?
By: Date: September 22, 2021 Categories: forbesrealestatecouncilblog,lifestyle,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , ,
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CEO and Co-Founder at Rhove. Expanding access and opportunity for everyone to invest in and own real estate.  getty As it stands, non-accredited investors (individuals who make less than $200,000 annually and have a net worth of less than $1 million) cannot invest in the real estate that defines our cities. While it is possible to…

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