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It’s easy to get caught up in the “what ifs” when it comes to real estate. It’s a healthy mindset to have. There are a lot of considerations. But if you find yourself failing to act and stuck in a vicious cycle of thinking about this and that and crunching numbers, here’s how to hack your way out of analysis paralysis. 

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I’ve spoken to investors from all over the world. They ask me the same thing: “What do you think of this area? This market? This city?” They’re all consumed with stats that they can find via a basic Google search. I think that’s a bad way to approach investing in real estate. THIS is what you should do instead.

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I’ve found deals through various off-market means—in an otherwise very competitive area—without heavy marketing and sometimes without spending any money on marketing. Here’s a short rundown of how I’ve utilized creative means and little effort to make deals happen.

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8 Top Tips to Take Advantage of New Tax Reform for 2019

Do you want to take advantage of all the tax savings that are available to real estate investors under the new tax reform? As a tax advisor by day and real estate investor by night, I’m here to share eight tax strategies you must know for 2019.