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Multifamily Renters vs. Single Family Renters

Multifamily Renters vs. Single Family Renters | Rental income | Scoop.it
While multifamily property investment may seem like the obvious route to go, here are a few differences in the two that need to be considered.
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The 5 Biggest Mistakes Real Estate Investors Make

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Real Estate Investors Make | Rental income | Scoop.it
Even if you’re a veteran you may have accidentally overlooked or underestimated these 5 common mistakes!
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Looking for the best rental income in Florida

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Are Real Estate Investors Exempt?

Are Real Estate Investors Exempt? | Rental income | Scoop.it
is an investor exempt from taking the time to examine deals and making a smart decision as home buyers are required to do? Absolutely Not!
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Rental 4 income seminar coming to Montreal in October

http://rental4income.com/ Best properties to invest in Florida. Rental income seminar coming to Montreal Canada soon! For more info about the event us at eve...
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Villa for rental income in Tampa Florida

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Older couple with $6,500 monthly income, $1,600 in monthly expenses. Looking to buy 2BR Rental Property Condo in FL for $79K with HOA of $350/mo. Would be rented out for $1k/mo, 9 mo/year.

Older couple with $6,500 monthly income, $1,600 in monthly expenses. Looking to buy 2BR Rental Property Condo in FL for $79K with HOA of $350/mo. Would be rented out for $1k/mo, 9 mo/year. | Rental income | Scoop.it
You are clearly living way within your means, possibly even too frugally? That would suggest that you should be able to afford your condo. However, (Older couple with $6,500 monthly income, $1,600 in monthly expenses.
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