Archive for September 2021
Rental Property Tax Deductions (What Can You Deduct Now vs Depreciate Over Time?)
Are you searching for more information on rental property tax deductions? 2021 is quickly drawing to a close, and now is the right time of year to start organizing for filing taxes in 2022. Understanding which expenses are tax deductible for your rental property is important. And, knowing how to deduct rental property expenses which…Read More
The eviction moratorium is set to end this month; here’s what renters, landlords can expect
Joel Trujillo owes more than $8,000 in rent, is out of a job, and is running out of options. He recently had a stroke and is taking medication for his diabetes and high blood pressure. The stress of the overdue rent only makes his symptoms worse. The 51-year-old Downtown Long Beach resident applied for the…Read More
Introduction to Real Estate Investment Analysis
Are you planning on investing in your rental real estate in the Central Valley for the first time? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we will share with you several excellent tips on real estate investment analysis. Determining the value of your real estate investment Like I said, different properties…Read More
RENTAL PROPERTIES: TO FURNISH OR NOT TO FURNISH?
Rental properties can be great investments and provide month-over-month profit for owners, while simultaneously accruing equity over the longer term. Some owners have a single rental property, while others have multiple properties as part of their overall investment portfolios. Every investor’s goals will be different, and rarely is a choice plainly right or wrong, or…Read More
Lower rates coming for investment properties, second homes
It may soon be cheaper to buy investment properties or second home, thanks to a temporary roll-back of policies set by the Federal Housing Finance Agency earlier this year. The new rule, enacted back in January, limited Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s ability to purchase second home and investment property loans. As a result, interest rates and…Read More
Features To Look For In An Investment Property
Are you planning on buying an investment property in 2021-2022? If so, real estate continues to be one of the smartest investments in the 2020’s, especially as the stock market heads into uncharted territory and everyone things that the bubble will burst soon. Thankfully, with real estate, you can earn predictable income but, you also…Read More
6 months in, Fresno has millions in emergency rent money to distribute. What’s the holdup?
The city of Fresno’s emergency rental assistance program has been slow to roll out funding in its first six months because of a lengthy documentation process, initially required by the state and federal government. “When landlords don’t have money to pay their mortgages, they want that money two weeks ago,” said Pao Yang, CEO of…Read More
What Is A REIT And How Does It Work?
A real estate investment trust (REIT) is a form of collective investment scheme that would enable an investor to invest in a portfolio of income-generating real estate assets, by purchasing units of it. Investment is made in assets such as shopping malls, office spaces, hotels, apartments and these assets are rented or leased with the…Read More
Rental Property Vs. Stocks – Which Option Is Better For 2021?
Are you thinking about investing in rental property vs. stock but you’re not sure which is the right decision to make? Even though this blog is devoted to investing in multifamily rental property, the reality is that both investments have an equal amount of benefits that investors should consider. This is why in this article;…Read More