Real Estate

Grow a Thriving Real Estate Portfolio

REIA NYC’s Team Believes in Assisting You to Grow a Thriving Real Estate Portfolio WHAT DOES FACILITATED WEALTH SYSTEM (DONE FOR YOU REAL ESTATE) MEAN? Here’s What It Means • You benefit from their experience and stellar track record. The team does the tough stuff. • You remain in control, with 100% ownership – The…

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Your 7-Step Resident Screening Checklist

Your 7-Step Resident Screening Checklist Are you new to the world of real estate investment, or just want to start finding better tenants? Either way, here’s a simple checklist you can use to protect your investment or property when evaluating someone who wants to rent from you: #1: Use an Approved Application Ideally, you want…

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Perfect Tenant or Expensive Deadbeat?

Perfect Tenant or Expensive Deadbeat? Turn the Odds in Your Favor with Background Screening… By David Pickron Not long ago, I found myself attending a convention in Las Vegas. I’m not much of a gambler (I’m too cheap), but hesitantly agreed to play blackjack with a few of my colleagues on our last night in…

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Is Credit Really Important To A Rental Transaction?

Is Credit Really Important To A Rental Transaction? By David Pickron As a landlord, I often get calls from applicants asking me how I look at credit. Many of them discuss their bankruptcies, divorces, or foreclosures; everyone seems to have a legitimate and heartbreaking story. This begs the question “Are there any great renters out…

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The 5 Rules of Investing in Rental Properties

The 5 Rules of Investing in Rental Properties By Dr. Teresa R. Martin, Esq. Investing in rental properties can be a good way to introduce diversification to your portfolio of assets over the long-term. But, investing in real estate isn’t easy- especially for first-time investors. Your chances of getting a decent return will be significantly…

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The Side Benefits to Using a Land Trust

The Side Benefits to Using a Land Trust By: Mr. Land Trust®, Randy Hughes There are few (if any) benefits to owning investment real estate in your own name. There are many reasons NOT to own investment real estate in your personal name. Here is a real life case in point. I control ten condominiums…

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