Clayton Morris – Building Legacy Wealth Through Real Estate Investing



Morris Invest brings proven know-how and depth of experience to the turnkey rental and buy-to-hold investing strategies. Maybe you work  a full time job and want to get

5 Tips for Finding the Best Home Loan



Finding the home loan that best fits your needs probably isn’t the same as it is for your brother in-law, your office water cooler buddy, or even the loan originator that your real estate agent recommends.

“Last Mile” Commercial Warehousing



Needs in commercial real estate continue changing, expanding, declining, and automating. With the closure of 100s of suburban mall anchor stores, it’s very clear that e-commerce growth is driving the decline in much of traditional retail. However

Quit Your Job and Choose Real Estate Investing



You’ve been seriously thinking about investing in real estate for several years but the time never seems right. Today, prices appear to be too high and there isn’t much inventory too choose from. A couple of years ago, the market was uncertain

Great Tips for Selling Your Rental House



Selling a tenant occupied rental house can be challenging but there are several things you can do to make it easier. The place to begin is by reviewing your state

President Trump, Dodd-Frank, Fannie and Freddie



President Trump gives orders for the change he wants but the U.S. Congress has a multitude of views on what needs to be done and ultimately controls the financial purse strings

5 Tips to Obtain a Home Construction Loan



A home construction loan might be for you if the current residential market isn’t meeting your needs. Building your own home beginning with the site selection up

Is Main Street Watching Wall Street?



When real estate is bought with all cash, buyers have a lot more flexibility and are able to take many more shortcuts. When Wall Street funnels billions into securitized bonds this becomes real power.

Fed Rate Hike – It’s Your Debt Burden, Not Only Your Mortgage Rate



The Federal Reserve’s June rate hike was well forecast and shouldn’t surprise anyone. The new range is 1 percent to 1.25 percent compared to the previous 0.91 percent.

Low Wages and High Prices Bring Housing Stagnation



The low-income and young struggle to enter the housing market. There isn’t any surprise in that. It has always been a challenge for first time buyers and will remain a fact going forward. This is clearly reflected when homeownership

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