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Analyzing Claims Regarding the Mortgage Interest Deduction

Analyzing Claims Regarding the Mortgage Interest Deduction | Mortgage Industry | Scoop.it
As the Senate examines existing tax policies as part of its “blank slate” approach to tax reform, and as the House Ways and Means Committee continues its review of the tax code, it is appropriate t...

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Steph OToole's curator insight, July 26, 2013 4:45 PM

10 claims people make about the MID and the facts that hold true to those claims.

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Mortgage Interest Deduction: By State [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mortgage Interest Deduction: By State [INFOGRAPHIC] | Mortgage Industry | Scoop.it
 Information from The Pew Charitable Trusts report: The Geographic Distribution of the Mortgage Interest Deduction Tweet

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Mortgage Rates: Bernanke Gives Mixed Signals For Future Low Interest Rates

Mortgage Rates: Bernanke Gives Mixed Signals For Future Low Interest Rates | Mortgage Industry | Scoop.it
In testimony to the Joint Economic Committee of U.S. Congress today, Federal Chief Bernanke gave mixed signals for the future of low interest rates.
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Three Things That Make A Great Real Estate Investment

Three Things That Make A Great Real Estate Investment | Mortgage Industry | Scoop.it

You need to make some smart choices upfront when buying investment property. 

Pays a Fair Cash-on-Cash Return
you need to pro forma your deals and buy cash flow-positive properties that earn you decent returns – not those prize properties that are negative

Isn’t Too Risky an Investment
All real estate is extremely high risk
if you want to own real estate, consider simply taking fee simple title in your own name – or an entity you wholly own – to the properties you purchase. In addition, you must do the proper due diligence, analyze, test, review reports, etc., to make a lower risk real estate decision.

Doesn’t Require a Lot of Time or Managing
You can earn more but some properties just require way too much time and management to make them smart investments. Examples include vacation rentals, low quality properties in bad areas, college rentals, etc. Nice boring properties rented for as long as possible to decent credit profile tenants seem to take the least time to manage.

You need to do some hard work, research, read up, and make smart, educated decisions to acquire the best real estate investments!


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Mashvisor's curator insight, April 14, 2015 7:59 AM

Make sure to analysis the investment opportunity when investing in rental properties. You should strive for a high or fair rate of return on your property. Calculate the potential rental income and expenses to to make sure your investment is a positive cash flow property. Check out Mashvisor.com/app to analysis potential investment opportunities accross the US. 

 

Jhoanna R. Jones's curator insight, August 10, 4:10 PM

There are many benefits available to individuals when investing in commercial real estate like tax write offs and separate and predictable income streams that are not offered by any other investment products on the market. When investing in commercial real estate, you have control of the property and property values. What else you could ask for when investing your hard earned money?

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Tips For Buying Vacation Homes and Other Investment Properties
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U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise, With 30-Year at a 2-Month High

U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise, With 30-Year at a 2-Month High | Mortgage Industry | Scoop.it
U.S. mortgage rates rose, pushing borrowing costs for a 30-year loan to a two-month high, after a jump in yields for the Treasuries that guide consumer debt. (RT @dmlevitt: Are sub 3.5% #mortgages a thing of the past?
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