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The Best Cities To Flip Houses In 2020

Several real estate markets around the country are showing renewed investment promise for fix and flip investors looking for new opportunities. These markets are being fast-tracked by a combination of factors that investors should take note of when looking for their next ideal fix and flip investment. There are multiple

What Expenses Can I Deduct When Flipping A House?

This is not financial advice, always make sure to discuss with your tax professional before making any decisions. As a fix and flip investor, it is essential to understand which of your expenses can be deducted when filing your taxes. The expenses you deduct can and will have a direct

How To Start Flipping Houses With Little Money

Many dismiss real estate as an investment option because they don’t want to use their own funds. However, there is no reason you cannot invest in real estate using funds sourced elsewhere and still make the profit you want. If you’re an aspiring real estate investor with a lack of

The Complete House Flipper Buyers Guide

If you’re interested in purchasing a fix and flip property, this guide is for you. Keep reading for the detailed and complete New Silver house flipper buyers guide, which contains everything that you need to know about nailing the fix and flip process. House flipping has consistently been ranked by

Rental Markets Predictions For 2020 – A Guide For Investors

Recent years have proven rental homes to be lucrative investments, and the trend should continue into 2020. The national rental index has remained steady from October until now, with many millennials entering the market as both renters and landlords. Nearly all of the rental growth for 2019 occurred between March and June, where rents increased by 1.3%, and landlords will see similar rates in the upcoming year.


Real Estate Investing In 2020 and Beyond – A Look Inside Home Buyers and Sellers Minds

By the end of this year, millennials will number 73 million, a number larger than any other living adult population. It’s this generation that is expected to be the biggest driving force pushing the housing market forward in 2020. Large groups of millennials entering the market are now either purchasing their first home or trading up for bigger properties as their families expand. Millennials buyers will keep demand for homes robust next year, particularly for entry-level properties.