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Joe’s Real Estate And Mortgage Predictions For 2018

Christmas is days away and the New Year is coming quicker than many of us care to believe. Today Joe shares his real estate and mortgage predictions for 2018. Specific topics include: Continued low inventory and vertical growth? New tax bill and its effect on property owners Consolidation and downsizing for real estate and mortgage…

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New Tax Cuts & Investing In Real Estate Like an Asset

Tax cuts and jobs act. There’s big news being talked about across the nation and it’s all about the new tax plan passed by congress.  Joe starts today’s show by trying to figure out how the tax code affects consumers’ real estate, mortgages, tax deductions and HELOC’s. Will some consumers lose the interest rate deduction…

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Taking A Look At Your Bigger Financial Picture

Many long time listeners know RERL’s number one goal is to provide you with education and information in and around your real estate. Today Joe focuses on the bigger picture by calling up George Papadoyannis, a private wealth advisor for Ameriprise Financial Services who works with clients close to and well within their retirement years.…

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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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Good Debt VS. Bad Debt

From mortgages to student loans to credit cards, debt is a part of our life. While we normally view debt as something bad, good debt does exist! Throughout today’s show Joe will provide us with general education on debt and even delve into more specific areas including student and business loans. Specific topics include: General…

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The 10 Cities Who Rocked Real Estate Recovery

Who Doesn’t Love To See The Underdog Win?! If you remember 2007 – we all felt like we were at the back of the pack in one way or another… The good news is that after many agonizing years, the housing market is BACK – with many markets economically stronger and sounder than the pre-crash…

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