The 6% Rule For Purchasing Multi-Family Houses: 4 Considerations

Many individuals understand the importance of including real estate, as part of their overall investment portfolio. Done wisely, this idea makes a lot of sense, because, historically, real estate growth, has out – performed, most other vehicles. It certainly, at least, keeps up with inflation, and, therefore, many consider, some sort of involvement, in this… Continue reading The 6% Rule For Purchasing Multi-Family Houses: 4 Considerations

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Wholesale, Wholetail, Assignment – What’s the Difference?

Investors often discuss these buying/selling techniques without knowing the differences. Especially when discussing them together, investors can become quite confused. Let’s clear that up. What is Wholesale? With wholesale, you buy a property for a low enough purchase price that you can mark it up and sell it to an investor who will be able… Continue reading Wholesale, Wholetail, Assignment – What’s the Difference?

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IRR or NPV? How About Neither?

Among real estate financial analysts, there are those who prefer the Internal Rate of Return (IRR) and those who prefer Net Present Value when assessing the viability of a potential acquisition. When my clients ask me which measure I prefer, my response is always “Neither”. Many financial analysts, real estate focused or otherwise, accept that… Continue reading IRR or NPV? How About Neither?

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