March 2017

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Buying a house in 2017 will feel kind of like you’ve jumped onto the subway just as the doors were closing. Your heart’s pounding and you’re winded from the race, but you made it—just in time.

OK, so maybe that’s a little exaggerated. But here’s the thing: Interest rates have begun to rise and will likely climb higher. Inventory is low and could shrink more. And home prices? Well, home prices are increasing—and they’re not predicted to fall any time soon. 

If you don’t jump aboard the real estate train now, you might be too late.

1. Rates are rising

In 1981, when mortgage rates hit 18% and seemed to rise every day, single-digit rates seemed like an impossible dream.

Last August, however,

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15 Tips for Breaking into Real Estate Investing

Real estate investing may seem like a risky business, and it can be, but just about anyone who works hard enough and smart enough can use real estate investing as a lucrative way to increase their net worth.

Retirement based on cash flow streams from rental income properties is a very real possibility. 

Before you get started in investing, though, there are several things you will want to take into consideration, to determine which property would be the best investment for your personal financial situation.

If you’re considering getting started with real estate investing, consider these fifteen tips for breaking into real estate investing.

 

1) Look for a good investment

So what is a good real estate investment? A good real

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