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Looking for the productive property investment? We will tell you all about it. This section contains articles on the hot and promising real estate assets. Enjoy a comprehensive analysis of the booming real estate markets, find out what cities and neighborhoods are best for investment.
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Is the UK Housing Market Going to Crash in 2020?

Is the housing market going to crash in 2020? For many, it’s not a case of asking is the housing market going to crash, but when will the housing market crash, and what effect will this have on house prices? There are several logical factors we can look at in order to support our critical […]

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Texas Residential Real Estate Investment Opportunities

There are plenty of reasons why Texas is a lucrative field for real estate investors. In less than a decade, the state population grew by 3.5 million, even more than leaders of interstate migration like Florida or California.  This wave of immigration is propelled by the low unemployment rate, an abundance of high paying jobs, […]

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Legal and Tax Updates for New York City Landlords. What changed?

The real estate market of New York is going through a turbulent period, with new regulations aimed at strengthening tenants’ rights, the new tax on luxury properties, and the taxing dispute between the state and IRS. The property taxes continue to rise, while the prices for apartments and commercial spaces grow at the slowest rate […]

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UK Real Estate: Market Overview

Annual report of the Land Registry reported the average house price in England constitutes £243,582, which signifies a 5% growth from the previous year. Average prices in the North, primarily Yorkshire reached £150,000, while the average house in the South goes for £250,000 or more. It indicated the strongest growth of all regions, fostered by […]

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Insider Tips for Property Investment in Spain

Spain Real Estate market is a lucrative field for investment as well as a wonderful place to relocate if you are seeking a laid-back lifestyle and lower cost of living. If you are planning to make a move in this promising market, I prepared an express-guide for buying a property in Spain. Read up! Market […]

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Buying Investment Property in the Suburb

Purchasing investment property in the suburbs is a prudent decision for the particular type of investor, especially if you are more prone to find long-term quality tenants. Nevertheless, you are likely to have a smaller pool of prospective tenant and longer vacancies. Let’s dive deeper and investigate what the pros and cons of investing in […]

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Investing in Retirement Community

A lot of things were said on this blog about the financial coming-of-age of millennials. This generation is becoming the largest demographic group. The cohort is becoming more economically active, comprising the largest portion of urban core renters and exploring new investment opportunities. Despite the big promises of this group, investors shouldn’t overlook the abundance […]

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Fort Myers Real Estate Investment Opportunities

When somebody is thinking about investing in Florida, Fort Myers is not the first thing that captures the attention. Fort Myers is usually overshadowed by the bigger neighbors like Miami, Orlando, and Tampa. Nevertheless, Fort Myers-Cape Coral is the 3rd fastest growing metro areas in the United States. Various factors can explain the recent boom. […]

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How to Choose a Fixer-Upper

If you want to jumpstart your career the first thing that comes to mind is to cash into the fixer-upper. House fixer-uppers are becoming increasingly popular. The fashion for flipping houses came with economic changes and immense popularity of TV home shows on the same topic. Not only professional investors and developers but also regular […]

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Perks of Buying Property in College Town

Purchasing property in a college town might seem a risky endeavor. Investors don’t put a lot of trust in young adults, who are commonly perceived as reckless party animals. Consequently, landlords fear low-quality tenants without references and bad credit score. In the same time,  real estate investors panic about wear-and-tear and potential damage to their […]

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