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August 13th, 2013 by Marco Santarelli
I came up with the following rules of successful real estate investing over my many years of successes and failures. These are the same rules I follow today and share with our clients at Norada Real Estate Investments.
1. Educate Yourself
Knowledge is the new currency. Without it you are doomed to follow other people’s advice without knowing if it’s good or bad. Knowledge will also help take you from being a “good” investor to becoming a great investor, and that knowledge will help provide a passive stream of income for you or your family.
January 18th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
The Texas real estate market has been pretty quiet for a little under a decade now, but the real estate market in Houston has managed to remain relatively consistent while its surrounding areas have dragged their feet. There was a time when Houston seemed immune to the highs and lows of housing cycles, but it now seems to have joined the pace of the national average. But its rate of appreciation continues to be slightly above the national rate. The Houston Real Estate Market is becoming a hotbed of buyer activity that could be really beneficial for real estate investors; just ask the multitude of overseas investors who are choosing Houston as the city of choice to invest in for the foreseeable future.
With an extremely diversified economy and a huge demand for housing, the Houston real estate market remains one of the top markets in the US for real estate investing. The most recent population figures for the city show a figure of more than 2.3 million people, and the past two decades have seen billions of dollars in both public and private investment to develop areas and make Houston a more attractive place to live and to visit. Residential units, hotels, office buildings, restaurants; the city goes into 2018 with continuing development projects that promise to keep the real estate market strong.
January 14th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Real estate has long been viewed as a sound investment. Benefits of Investing in real estate are directly related to substantial increase in wealth of an individual. Wholesaling and buying a turnkey rental property are just a couple of the ways investors can benefit from real estate. The important benefits of investing in real estate are increase in property value due to appreciation as well as good cash flow in the form of rental income. Education and networking are very important to become successful in real estate investing.
January 11th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
If you are looking to buy an investment property in the Atlanta Real Estate Market, it is only common that you are on a constant chase for the best neighborhoods to choose in the housing market of Atlanta, GA. You must also know about a wide range of investment properties available in the Atlanta Real Estate Market, including their upsides and downsides. One of the investment properties that you can buy is a turnkey rental property, which is a completely practical option for new real estate investors who do not know how to fix and flip in real estate. In any case, before you can choose whether it is the correct investment option for you, you need to learn about turnkey property investing.
January 8th, 2018 by John Burns
Ten years ago we published Strategies to Navigate 5 Stages of the Housing Cycle. To commemorate the 10-year anniversary of those analyses, we are sharing the graphic we produce each month that shows where 33 major markets are positioned in that cycle.
January 4th, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
Dallas real estate market offers some great profit-generating opportunities to all types of real estate investors. Whether you’re buying your first income property or just adding another one to the portfolio, Dallas real estate market is a great place to do so as it doesn’t get any more “location” than this. Dallas has a strong economy and a constant populations growth and will make your pockets bigger. As rents goes up smart investors should invest in Dallas real estate. Purchasing an investment property in the Dallas real estate market, whether it a single family home or a multifamily apartment is an investment that can pay out some huge benefits in the event that you have some experience and education in real estate investing. You have to know the best places to put your money in real estate so you must do some extensive research to find out the best neighborhoods in Dallas real estate market.
January 1st, 2018 by Marco Santarelli
STEPS TO BECOMING A REAL ESTATE INVESTOR
In real estate, once the market begins to bounce back, investing in real property likewise turns into an all the more engaging thought – either as a profession or an awesome side job. Like any other undertaking, however, there’s a correct way and a wrong approach. Successful real estate investors aren’t made overnight. It’s not easy to succeed in real estate investing, but there are some tips to become a successful real estate investor. Getting lucky on one investment does not amount to becoming a successful real estate investor. The only way to become a successful investor is to educate yourself and follow the path of successful real estate investors who have already made it there.
December 27th, 2017 by Dino Champagne
Congress has approved sweeping tax cuts and tax reform that have not been tackled by the federal government in over 30 years (since the Tax Reform Act of 1986.). The new tax law, formally referred to as “The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” will go into effect on January 1, 2018.
This article has the most up-to-date information along with a summary of how the new tax law provisions will affect homeowners and real estate investors who own all types of investment property. Although this article generally does not delve into tax issues not associated with real estate, there are many new tax provisions and this is essential information for anyone that owns real estate to understand.
December 23rd, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
Investing In Rental Property For Beginners
Investing in rental property means buying a property that can generate an income in the form of rent. There is no doubt that investing in rental property for beginners can be a great way to generate positive cash flow every month. However, many people still find it challenging due to expenses typically associated with traditional real estate investments including property management and renovation works. It is a well know fact get started in real estate investing can be very tricky and overwhelming. In recent years, the solution to this problem has emerged under the so-called turnkey rental properties. Why did investing in turnkey rental property become so popular? The answer is because, on top of all of the advantages it entails, investing in rental properties offers an ideal solution to investors biggest problem: Headache. Turnkey rental properties allow investors to sit and enjoy their passive cash flows while someone else does all the hard property management work for them.
December 20th, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
Advantages of buying turnkey rental properties are many especially for new buyers. Turnkey rental properties provide investors with a chance of experiencing high return on investment due to numerous advantages associated with the built-in defenses which provide security. Turnkey properties are also great real estate investment vehicle for investors who want a long term sustainable passive income without any hassle. These defenses operate as anti-fluctuating tools against the economic cycles. The biggest advantage of buying turnkey rental properties is that the cash flow starts from the first month onward, which is generally not possible in any other type of investment. A turnkey rental property is a good source of income to own because it provides a quick return on investment and a stable income with no work to be done by the owner of the property.
December 20th, 2017 by Robert Kiyosaki
The other day a friend of mine approached me excitedly, saying, “I found the house of my dreams. It’s in foreclosure and the bank will sell it to me for a great price.”
“How good is the price?” I asked.
“Just before the real estate market crashed, the seller was asking $780,000 for the property. Today, I can buy it from the bank for $215,000. What do you think?” she asked.
“How would I know?” I replied. “All you’ve given me is the price.”
“Yes!” she squealed. “Now my husband and I can afford it.”
“Only cheap people buy on price,” I replied. “Just because something is cheap doesn’t mean it’s worth the cost.”
December 14th, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
Financing turnkey rental properties is the most difficult question to solve for a buyer with no experience in the real estate market. We all know that in a real estate investment “cash-is-king.” But, if an investor does not have that much cash in hand, finance is definitely required to meet the purchase price of an investment property. There are many options available to finance turnkey rental properties. Among them non-recourse loans, hard money loans, and private loans are mostly popular. In conventional mortgage, the down payment is smallest and the rate of interest is also lower. In case of Non-Recourse Loan the investor puts an asset forward. But, let us first discuss what is a turnkey property.
December 12th, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
In the wake of Republican-led tax bill being pushed through the house and senate in rapid-fire fashion, commercial real estate is poised for big gains.
Though there are some disparities between the current House and Senate versions of the bill, it looks like the commercial real estate market will fare better than the residential real estate industry.
December 10th, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
When it comes to real estate, you’ll find widely divergent opinions about its importance in an investment portfolio of an individual. Investing in a turnkey rental property is among the best investments you could make today in the US real estate market. The value of your turnkey rental property may increase to make it profitable for you to flip it in the future . But having said that, a turnkey real estate investing does require a lot of research, planning and hard work to make the purchase a sound investment.
With turnkey rental property investing you do no buy such properties and hold them until you could sell the properties for profits. You buy them for a passive rental income and expect to get a ROI over the years to come. However, you can always flip a rental property after a few years for a lump sum profit making. This article will guide you on how to buy turnkey rental properties.
December 3rd, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
Turnkey property investing may seem an unknown term for the investors who are new into real estate investing. The definition of turnkey property can be simply put as a potential income producing property because it has already been fully rehabbed, usually by a specialized turnkey real estate company, and can be put on a rent for a passive monthly income. Want to become a landlord and enjoy a passive rental income from your investment property but don’t know how, or are unable to invest time in renovating and finding the tenants for your property, then buying a ‘Turnkey Property’ might be the best solution for you.
There are a lot of different ways to invest in the real estate market. You can passively invest in REITs, do fixing and flipping or wholesaling, own rental properties, and indulge in all sorts of other investment opportunities in the passive real estate investing sector. Like any other real estate asset, a turnkey property can be easily acquired, and the process is similar to purchasing your own single family house or a condominium.
What is a Turnkey Property Investing
November 28th, 2017 by Marco Santarelli
Real estate values estimation has several uses ranging from sale listings of real estate and analysis of investments to property taxes and insurances. However, it’s particularly necessary when it comes to real estate sales and passive investing. After all, the value of a property is not just based on the initial payment made or the expenses for property upkeep and modifications. Instead, a property’s worth is also based on comparing recently sold neighboring properties’ prices. With this in mind, below are ways to find out property values, including home value estimator tools and methods.
7 Ways to Determine Real Estate Values
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