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Panama is Hot - A World Class Retirement Haven Thats Ripe For Profitable Real Estate Investment


If you've followed any of the major survey agencies around the world that rate places for retirement, Panama has been on top of the list in many, and for a few years running. So, if you're looking for a place outside U.

Personal Branding Techniques for Real Estate Agents and Brokers


Branding can be done to any product, or any person. Before undertaking an exercise in personal branding, however, consider your distinctive strengths and abilities and what they offer the market place.

Real Estate Investing Myths That Steal Profits From Your Pocket


One of the things that distresses us about our industry is the amount of wrong or incomplete information available to investors. Some myths block what otherwise would be a great deal, while others would have you believe that a bad deal is actually great.

Budgeting Your Log Home - Creating a Checklist


If you've read my first article, BUDGETING YOUR LOG HOME: Where do you start?, you've got a very basic overview of the process. However, there are still a number of questions I'd like to address.

Do You Want To Sell Your Rehabs Fast?


That's an obvious question - we all do! So what is the trick? So much time and money is spent on systems updates, roofs, and structural issues, that many times there's nothing left for what really makes the sale: what your potential buyers see. And more importantly, what they fall in love with.

How Much Should I Pay For This House?


We probably answer this question for someone a couple times every week. The problem is that they don't have a good formula for determining the most they can pay and still make a profit - so they're scared to make any offer.

Real Estate Investment 2005 - The Hottest Countries for Investment in 2005


Whether you are a real estate investor looking for a steady and 'safe' investment in a proven market or a real estate speculator willing to gamble on the unknown and undiscovered in the hopes of gaining a significant ROI (return on investment), this article covers the real estate investment hotspots for 2005.A recent UK government report discovered that there was a 250% increase between 2000 and 2004 in the number of Britons buying property abroad solely for investment purposes, and this trend does not seem to be limited to the UK nor does it seem to be slowing down!The global stock markets seem to be in decline, there is a worldwide pension crisis looming and we have uncertainty in the Middle East, in the UK the housing market is unaffordable, possibly over inflated and unlikely to bring significant returns for investors late in on the game and so more and more of us are looking further a field for our investment opportunities.

Real Estate Investment - Why it is Big Business?


When examining the different asset classes, real estate is generally far less volatile than shares and real estate tends to be the haven that investors flock to when other asset classes are suffering.It is true to say that investment properties can have many benefits in terms of building long-term wealth, but we must never forget that this wealth is not guaranteed!Following the global real estate boom of the late 1980's many investors learnt this hard lesson when they found their properties were worth far less than they had actually paid for them and the bottom seemingly fell out of the over-inflated market.

Tax Free Exchanges: Watch out for the New Residence Rules


On October 22, 2004, President Bush signed tax legislation that contained a provision affecting Internal Revenue Code section 1031 (the like-kind tax-free exchange rules).Under this new provision a taxpayer who exchanges under Internal Revenue Code section 1031 into a rental house as a replacement property for a previous investor property and later converts it to his or her primary residence, is not allowed to exclude gain under the principal residence exclusion rules of Internal Revenue Code section 121, unless he/she sells the property at least five years from the date of its acquisition.

Home Inspectors - Negotiating a Lower Price


To help you negotiate a fair sale price for a home, it's best to get an appraisal and inspection report. Even if you agree directly with the home seller on a sale price, you may want these items to safeguard the value of your new investment.

Finding the Right Real Estate Agent:: A Guide for Seniors


When considering buying or selling a home, seniors have a special set of needs that may not apply to others in the real estate market. The first time home buyer has a certain set of needs.

Why it is Important to Hire Just One Real Estate Agent to Buy a Home


In our fast paced and frantic real estate market, buying a home takes quick action and strong representation. Some buyers decide to involve several agents in their search for a home, assuming that there is strength in numbers.

The Professional Investors Plan


The art of using high-leveraged activities.Here I would like to make just a few suggestions that will hopefully save you from wasting years of hard effort only to learn in the end that had you invested using a better strategy, you would have realized more profit, happiness, satisfaction, control and free time as a result.

How to Buy a Home When Your in Your Twenties


A Single's Game of Real Estate(Getting started in your twenties)Due to the fact that most of us grow up in either a rented apartment or our parent's single family home, it stands to reason that most people, when beginning to ask themselves the question of purchasing their own dwelling, will come to the conclusion that a condo or small house is probably the way to go. That's a result of conditioning and it's a hard mindset to break! After taking the time to talk to or personally guide a respectable number of people in their twenties, I have come to find that firm, direct and accurate information can really adjust the reality of how real estate can be acquired and used to their best advantage starting with property that sets the tone for a much more profitable and rewarding future.

Why Invest In Property?


Why property, some people ask when looking for an investment. Well, as far as I am concerned, property investment is, and always has been, the most powerful type of investment for building wealth.

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San Francisco Business Times (blog)

Real Estate Deals of the Year 2015 winners revealed
San Francisco Business Times (blog)
The cloud computing giant signed the biggest office lease in San Francisco's history, taking 714,000 square feet in the tallest office building west of Chicago — the 1,070-foot Transbay Tower under construction at 415 Mission St., which will be ...



The Tennessean

Tight real estate market becomes game of 'first to know'
The Tennessean
After walking through the first house they looked at, first-time home buyers Megan and David Stricker followed their Realtor's urgent advice and made an offer. "She told us how fast things are selling and said if you like it, you need to make an offer ...



MiamiHerald.com

South Florida's real-estate market built on strong foundation, industry ...
MiamiHerald.com
One speaker, longtime commercial broker Jack Lowell, donned a top hat and a pair of rose-tinted glasses to illustrate the prevailing attitude of many real-estate professionals at the South Florida Real Estate Summit. Lowell also pulled out a bottle of ...

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Bloomberg

Americans Armed With Strong Dollar Buying Up Europe Property
Bloomberg
U.S. spending on European commercial real estate last year was just short of the 2007 peak, according to Real Capital Analytics Inc. The record may be broken this year after a strong first quarter, said Simon Mallinson, RCA's managing director for ...

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Sun Sentinel

Real Estate Notebook: Atlanta firm buys Delray apartments
Sun Sentinel
Pollack Shores Real Estate Group paid $40.5 million for The Vinings at Delray Beach, a 228-unit apartment complex, public records show. The community, built in 1996, is just south of Atlantic Avenue. Atlanta-based Pollack said it plans to renovate the ...



Inman.com

Would being caught on camera change how you conduct your real estate ...
Inman.com
“Big Brother” is no longer just a television show on CBS where we, the viewers, are playing the peeping Tom; nor is it an outdated trope from a George Orwell novel. No, Big Brother has crept into the real estate industry, and we are the objects of ...



Kansas City Business Journal

Two KC commercial real estate capital execs switch firms
Kansas City Business Journal
In their new positions, Cohen and Schorgl will be responsible for securing debt and equity financing for a variety of investment real estate property types, including market-rate multifamily, affordable housing, office, industrial, retail, self-storage ...

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A Steve Jobs quote explains how beacons could revolutionize real estate ...
Inman.com
So when it comes to real estate technology, the best approach is to put the homebuyer first, and that value naturally extends to the agent. The goal is to leverage technology to make the homebuying experience as “friction-free” as possible for the ...



Todd Carpenter: 'Anything that's happening in the real estate industry will ...
Inman.com
Definitely Twitter. It's where I share the most, and more importantly, it's where I listen to the industry the most. Anything that's happening in the real estate industry will show up on Twitter. You just have to know who to listen to. How many friends ...



Restaurant Finance Watch: Investors pushing McDonald's on real estate spin-off
Nation's Restaurant News
Investors are still pushing McDonald's Corp. to spin off its real estate. And, it seems, McDonald's is more open to the idea. Earlier this month, hedge fund manager Larry Robbins, CEO of Glenview Capital Management, wrote a letter to the Oak Brook, Ill ...


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