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Investing in Real Estate is Investing in Yourself

Investing in Real Estate is Investing in Yourself

A recent article in Entrepreneur magazine reported that there are over 10 million small and medium sized landlords in the United States. That number continues to grow as more and more public sector retirees search for ways to supplement whittled-down employer pension plans and protect themselves from...

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Finding the Right Tenants for Your Properties

Finding the Right Tenants for Your Properties

Investing in rental real estate with a fixed-rate mortgage offers financial security in an increasingly unstable world, and there’s probably never been a better time to get started. With low interest financing and the fallout from the recent housing collapse, it’s possible, as Jason Hartman advises,...

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Women in Real Estate: New Opportunities

Women in Real Estate: New Opportunities

Recent statistics on Social Security and retirement pensions reveal that a disproportionately large number of those struggling to survive on fixed incomes are women, many of whom are seeking ways to create a more stable long-term cash flow. As Jason Hartman advises, investing in rental real estate offers...

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Advantages of Investing in Multiplex Properties

Advantages of Investing in Multiplex Properties

Because the recent collapse of the US housing market put unprecedented number of foreclosed single-family homes on the market, many new real estate investors are focusing their efforts on purchasing this kind of property. But if you’re following Jason Hartman’s strategies for creating a long-term...

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The Hot Rental Market and Its Effect on Investors

The Hot Rental Market and Its Effect on Investors

It’s a renter’s market in many areas of the US. According to a recent report by Consumer Market Network (CMN.com), renters outnumber homeowners in large cities such as Chicago and Houston as well as in many smaller communities around the country. Rental prices are rising and there’s an expanding...

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Choosing Your Markets Wisely

Choosing Your Markets Wisely

Many indicators suggest that the real estate market is rebounding after the collapse of a few years ago. This means more home construction, higher prices for existing houses and a robust rental market. In fact, rents are increasing in most markets around the country. As Jason Hartman recommends, purchasing...

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Real Estate Tax Law: PAL is Your Friend

Real Estate Tax Law: PAL is Your Friend

The recent crisis in the US housing market means that more and more distressed and foreclosed properties go on the market and demand for rental housing continues to rise. These factors combine to create a virtually unprecedented window of opportunity for retirees and anyone seeking financial freedom...

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Investing Means Freedom

Investing Means Freedom

For many who’ve spent their youth and middle years in the workforce, retirement means freedom – the leisure to spend time with family and friends, pursue new interests and live and travel anywhere they want. Now, though, the unfolding crisis in pension plans, as well as changes to the Social Security...

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Rental Housing Trends: Good News for Investors

Rental Housing Trends: Good News for Investors

The fallout continues from the recent foreclosure crisis that saw record numbers of American homeowners forced to relinquish their houses. This massive collapse of the housing industry created nearly unprecedented opportunities for virtually anyone to get started investing in rental real estate. With...

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Rental Investing: Turning First Responders into Entrepreneurs

Rental Investing: Turning First Responders into Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneur magazine recently reported that there are over 10 million small and medium sized landlords in the United States. That number continues to grow as more and more retirees search for ways to supplement whittled-down employer pension plans and protect themselves from economic downturns. As Jason...

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