RERL-1524-Cost Segregation – Property owners tax savings

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RERL-1524-Cost Segregation – Property owners tax savings

Everyone knows that for every real estate asset the IRS gives a deduction called depreciation. Depreciation is one of the most beneficial and overlooked aspects of real estate investing. Today Joe gets on the phone with Yonah Weiss who explains how cost segregation can help investors take advantage of depreciation without the years of waiting.…

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How Will The New Tax Reform Affect Mortgages & Is It A Good Time To Get Out Of That Rental And Buy?

One of the biggest issues in the new tax proposal regarding real estate affects your ability to deduct interest from your mortgage. Currently interest can be deducted on mortgages up to $1,000,000; the proposed amendment would drop that amount to $500,000. This is a big hit to Californian’s where average home prices are extremely high.…

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What Type of Mortgage Fits Your Age and Strategy

Older, younger, close to retirement or already there- Believe it or not your age can be a significant factor when choosing a mortgage. Today Joe breaks down how age along with potential income influence your mortgage making decision through every stage of life from your first job out of college till you’re on a fixed…

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1031 Exchanges Part II – The Primary Residence

  Today’s podcast is rooted in the fact that you CANNOT have too much of a good thing – and that’s why we are pleased to present our continuation of last week’s podcast with Ron Ricard, one of the nation’s only 130 CES® (Certified Exchange Specialists). If you’ve streamed our podcast lately, than you know Ron…

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