RERL-1512-Investing In An Aging Population

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RERL-1512-Investing In An Aging Population

It’s a tough day when you realize mom or dad can no longer live alone and as much as we’d love to, staying home full-time with them is rarely an option. The simplest solution to aiding an aging population is to find something right in between living alone at home and moving into a nursing…

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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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Southern Investing With Whitney Nicely

One of the biggest interests in the Bay Area is investing in real estate. Unfortunately, if you’re looking at something nearby the numbers just won’t make sense for an investment property. Today Joe chats with Whitney Nicely to find out about opportunities that exist outside Silicon Valley and how other people are having success with…

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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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