What is an Interest Rate Cap

What is an Interest Rate Cap

What is an Interest Rate Cap? The economic news has undoubtedly been dominated by inflation and interest rates during the latter half of 2021 and for most of this year. Investors in real estate and other sectors have closely monitored the Fed’s decisions over how much to raise interest rates to contain inflation. We are…

2020 Recap & 2021 Multifamily Trends

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How to Utilize Self Directed IRA’s for Real Estate Investments 2020 Recap & 2021 Multifamily Trends

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Reduce Your Taxable Income By Investing In Real Estate

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Tax Advantages of Investing

Tax Advantages of Investing Depreciation is a great incentive to real estate investors to write off a percentage of their taxable income. When it comes to residential real estate, property is depreciated over a set period of 27.5 years. Everything about a property except for the land is depreciable. Let’s say you purchase a rental…