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A net lease rental property requires the tenant pay for some or all the property expenses that would normally be paid by the rental property owner. Tenants who have a single net lease pay only the property taxes in addition to rent. Tenants with a double net lease pay the property taxes and insurance premiums. Tenants...
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The first thing all of us consider in determining a fair price for something we are buying or selling is to look at the prices of comparable items that have recently sold. If we are looking to buy a home to live in, we will first want to know the prices of similar homes that have...
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When investors complete a 1031 Exchange, they are required to report the details to the IRS on IRS Form 8824. Failure to file this form and correctly report the required information can result in a reversal of your 1031 Exchange and potentially trigger penalties. This form must be completed and filed along with your tax return...
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If you’re interested in investing in real estate, you may be aware of a 1031 Exchange. While a 1031 Exchange can save you a significant amount of money by deferring capital gains taxes, there may be times when you need additional cash from an investment property or are unable to avoid a mortgage or cash boot....
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A just-released survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR)* confirms what we have been hearing from a growing number of our clients: a record number of residential property owners now believe this is the right time to be selling. Nationwide, the survey reported that 77% of homeowners either strongly or moderately think that now is...
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