Posts Tagged 'investing in property'

5 Ways Savvy Investors Make Money From Real Estate Investing

Posted on: May 31, 2011

Categories: Buy, Fix, How To Sell, Profit

Author: lbuen

5 Ways Savvy Investors Make Money From Real Estate Investing

There are numerous opportunities in real estate investing, but you have to have a skilled eye at identifying them. Inexperienced investors pass up on great opportunities because they lack the know-how to spot the gold from the seemingly uninteresting properties. Discussed below are five ways you can profit from real estate.

Retailing – Buy, Fix, and Profit

Retailing, in three words, is buy, fix, profit. Many newbie investors enter the real estate trade using this strategy. I’m sure you already know all about this strategy. You buy handyman specials at great prices, rehab them, and sell them for profit. One costly mistake a handful of fledglings commit is underestimating the cost of repairs. Savvy rehabbers already have a network of contractors and a checklist of repairs to watch out for and their estimated costs. They do not rely on… Read the rest

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Choosing The Appropriate Legal Entity To Own Your Investment Property

Posted on: May 20, 2011

Categories: Buy, Other Articles, Things To Consider

Author: lbuen

Choosing The Appropriate Legal Entity To Own Your Investment Property

Real estate investing is not all bed of roses. The challenges of running a real estate business is not limited to just the actual finding of a good investment property and conveniently collecting monthly rental income or handsomely earning a good profit by creatively selling it. Investing in real estate also entails cost and risk management. The form of legal entity that supports your investment properties plays a vital role in minimizing these costs and risks. Investors and tax and legal experts differ in their standpoint when it comes to deciding on whether a Corporation, LLC, Trust, or other types can best own investment properties. This divergence will continue simply because no one particular form can be considered the best for every investor. Your choice of a type of legal entity hinges on many factors including your personal circumstances… Read the rest

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