How To Landlord Like A Pro

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Here are the 12 steps to becoming a landlord: 1. Buy an investment property Before purchasing an investment property or renting out one you already own, make sure it has the potential to produce positive cash flow in current market conditions. Here are some things to look for in an ideal rental property: It’s within your financial budget. It’s in …

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Why Real Estate Returns Will Outpace The Stock Market Over The Next Five Years.

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Why Real Estate Returns Will Outpace The Stock Market Over The Next Five Years. (Opinion) Since the record breaking covid stimulus package has hit the American public the economy has exploded with stock market rally’s happening left and right. Some economist have speculated this may cause overheating of the market but as of now investors are reaping the benefits of …

First-Time Homebuyer? Here’s How You Can Simplify Your Purchase Of An Accessible Home

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Buying a home is a huge commitment and expenditure, so it’s only natural to take the decisionwith a grain of salt. It can be especially challenging when you’re on the market for somethingvery specific like an accessible home. However, there are ways to make it a more manageableprocess and, by extension, an exciting experience for you (as it should be). …

Quick Sale’s, Short Sale’s, And The Benefits Of Cash Buyers.

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Mortgages fall into danger of foreclosure for many reasons, including borrowers’ distressed finances. However, there’s a step before foreclosure that can prevent it from even occurring. Known as a “quick sale,” it’s the sale of a property that’s in its defaulted mortgage’s preforeclosure period. Peforeclosure is the time between mortgage default and foreclosure sale and is really a lender’s grace …

Staying Ahead Of The Game—No Matter The Odds

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Between 2010 and 2012, Wall Street poured billions of dollars into real estate. In the wake of the housing crash and the Great Recession, institutional firms bought more than 200,000 homes. People reacted as if the concept of single-family homes as an asset was something revolutionary, but a Texas-based real estate investing firm and franchisor had been engaged in the …

Mike Butlers Real Estate Corona Virus Update.

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Last month we reviewed what to expect in America’ s shutdown. Well, since then, a lot has happened and in my opinion, it gives us tremendous insight on forecasting he up coming Corona Virus Financial Crisis. We Ain’t Seen Nuthin’ Yet.  For starters, take a look at the calendar below This is a snapshot from my notebook during the Power …

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Investing In Real Estate During The Covid-19 Pandemic

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This pandemic is unlike anything we have experienced before, but that doesn’t mean we can’t apply what we already know. Major economic shifts mean major opportunities for those who are looking and keeping their heads above water.  Keep your wits. A lot of people will be panicking. This is no doubt a serious issue, and we do not want to …

Renting Versus Buying

Renting Versus Buying In Louisville Kentucky

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At 2nd Wind Properties we believe Real Estate is the best way for the average American to obtain financial security while seeing the greatest return on their monetary investments. This sentiment is backed up by 2018 data from the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF), which states that private market commercial Real Estate returned an average of 9.85% over the …

How to Sell Your Home Fast

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If you have ever attempted to sell your home in Louisville you probably know that it can be both an exciting and stressful venture. Under the best circumstances your home may fly off the market leaving you with the cash you were after and an easy transition into your next investment; but under poor circumstances you may be left with …