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Weaving Strong Financial Returns

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For the past few years, we’ve been investing in real estate, creating wealth for ourselves and those that have invested in our companies… Strong financial returns. We’ve been offering amazing investment opportunities to the “right” people. Have you heard the term “Be the bank”? Well, here it is… Here is your opportunity…  Offer us long-term &/or short-term loans secured by properties… In our market, […]

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13% Cap Rate – 70 Breunig Ave., Trenton, NJ 08638 – Investment Property

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  Have you been wanting to become a real estate investor? Felt that it would cost you too much to do that? Well, worry no more… For only $27,000 you could own an investment property and earning 13% cap rate (return). Inventor’s especial we are selling the property “as-is” it has 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom with a lot of potential. […]

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Cash Flow Before Taxes. A Benefit Of Real Estate Investing.

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Cash Flow Before Taxes. A Benefit Of Real Estate Investing. Once you’ve received rent, pay your operating expenses, and loan payments (if applicable), there should be some money left over. This is your (positive) “cash flow”. Think about it this way, all investment properties produce cash flow. Yes, we said “all”. However, not all cash flow is positive. So, if […]

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6 Thoughts on Valuation of Investment Properties

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How NOT to Price a Property 6 Thoughts on Valuation of Investment Properties Comps (Comparables): This is a very poor way to value an investment property. This method is the primary way to value a residential, primary residence. With investment properties, the primary indicator of value is the net income that it will produce. So, taking into account all the […]

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3 Ways to Move Equity

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3 Ways to Move Equity Sell: You can sell the current property and buy another.  The problem with selling is that you’d probably have to pay capital gains tax, which would reduce the equity you have available to re-invest. Refinance: You could refinance your current property and use the loan proceeds to buy another. Again this would probably not be […]

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What is Appreciation?

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Appreciation is yet another benefit of real estate investing. Appreciation is the increase in value of the property from the time you purchased it to it’s present time. How many people do you know that purchased a property and now, it’s worth more than what they bought it for?

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