2019 Year End Tax Savings Tips for Real Estate Investors

Don’t just think of tax time as a few weeks in April. Of course, you should work on tax savings all year long but the end of the year can have the most impact for investors, landlords, property owners, and vacation property owners. There are actions you want to take before December 31 that you’ll

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Real Estate and Taxes: What’s in Store for 2018?

After weeks of hard-fought battling and political maneuvering, the Senate passed a $1.5 trillion tax bill just before Christmas 2017 in what was called the “most drastic changes to US tax code in 30 years.” From individuals to corporations, across the country and across industries,

Is 30% of Their Income Still the Reality for Renters?

An increasing number of Americans renters are becoming saddled with rents that exceed the industry norm of 30 percent of a family’s income, according to figures recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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