When a client new to property investing comes to you with questions or a seasoned investor has questions for you about buying in your market, we want you to have answers ready to meet their needs.
The term 1031 Exchange is a term that many have heard, but few understand. Let your clients know about this opportunity to avoid capital gains.
This article covers 16 points that investors should consider before buying an investment property. Sectioned into the following categories: location, property, financial.
Investors may hit their tipping point when they learn how to invest their proceeds tax-free with a 1031 Exchange. This letter outlines information on 1031 Exchanges, but we encourage you to enlist the help of an agent who is familiar with these and has resources if you do not.
During tax season, investors may hit their tipping point when they learn a high sale may be imminent. Get them thinking about the possibility of selling and changing their investment strategy. This letter includes customization options as well as a median home price graph.
During tax season, investors may hit their tipping point when they consider their leverage position. Get them thinking about how they may exchange one property for two or target a new type of investment in a new area.
There are people who like the idea of purchasing a property for investment, but are not sure how to get started. This article will illustrate some of the first steps potential investors need to take before purchasing an investment property by showing that you are well-versed in the ins and outs of real estate investments.
We will cover some investment basics as well as language you can use to get the conversation going as well as some research you should be doing to gain the knowledge you need.
This article to send to your clients outlines the pros and cons of becoming an investor - everything from finding a property to evicting a tenant.
This article will help you discuss the importance of timing when buying or selling, and will illustrate how supply and demand works in a real estate market.
This Pro Forma template will provide you with the groundwork to do some information-gathering when working with an investor who intends to use the property as a rental. Be sure that all required disclaimers are included for your office, license, and area. You should add and delete pages as appropriate for your project. You don't need to include all pages for each project.
The need for people to buy and sell property doesn't stop for the holidays and being the agent willing to do business can be lucrative during what others believe to be a "slow" time of the year. Join Denise for a discussion on who the Holiday Buyer is, what to consider when working with buyers and sellers during the holidays and the information that they need, and how to set your holiday business boundaries.
Many people have the idea that 1031 exchanges are complicated; that there are exact, detailed rules that must be met. While the rules are different from what taxpayers are accustomed to seeing in other areas of the law, there really is a simple logic to them.
In this Mastery Forum episode we'll be talking about investment personalities, how to identify your investment persona and how that defines what kinds of investments you will be comfortable with - specifically, different kinds of property investments! We'll be looking at residential rentals, multi-family rentals, vacation rentals, residential renovations and residential flipping.