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Getting started in rental income

An accessible introduction to generating rental income from real estate

Paperback Engels 2005 9780471710981
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Zoals de locatie een kritische component voor de waarde van onroerende goederen is, is kennis een kritische component voor succesvol investeren. Zoals bij ieder type van nieuwe inspanning, is het opdoen van kennis en ervaring essentieel als u op weg bent naar succes.

Als u onzeker bent in het genereren van inkomen door rente door middel van het investeren in onroerend goed, maar onzeker bent hoe dit aan te pakken, zal 'Getting started in rental income' u wegwijs maken. Dit toegankelijke boek bespreekt twee belangrijke manieren om deze markt te benaderen en onthult wat u nodig heeft als u er mee bezig bent.

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ISBN13:9780471710981
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:192
Hoofdrubriek:Personal finance

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction: A Market with Profit Potential

PART 1: Approaching the Market

Chapter 1: The Traditional Approach: Buy, Hold, Hold a While Longer and Sell
Studying the Rental Income Market
Advantages to Long-Term Investing
Disadvantages to Long-Term Investing
Deciding When to Sell
The Positive Long-Term Experience: A Matter of Management

Chapter 2: Financial Aspects: Keeping the Cash Flowing
Leverage and Real Estate
Mortgage Payments and Rental Income
Rental Expense and Tax Calculations
Tax Planning for Rental Income Property

Chapter 3: Fixer-Upper Alternatives: The Flipping Market
The Flipping Concept
Attributes of High-Potential Properties
Quick Fix versus Expensive Problems
Importance of Home Inspections
Estimating Time and Cost Features
Rental Income during Your Hold Period

Chapter 4: The Fixer-Upper Property: Abused Homes with Potential
Attributes of Fixer-Uppers
The Importance of Appearance
Recognizing Market Potential: Valuation Theories
The Unattractive Property: A Quick Fix
Creating a Budget
Checklists of Neighborhood and Property
Classifying Expenses: Cosmetic or Expensive
The Buyer Psychology

Chapter 5: The Combo: Long-Term and Fixer-Upper Portfolios
Investment Portfolio Planning for Real Estate
Conversion: Fixer-Upper to Long-Term Hold
Fixing-Up Expenses in Conversions
Combining Both Types in Your Portfolio: Limitations and Guidelines
Living in Your Fixer-Upper
Personal Limitations

PART 2: Rental Income Investment Planning Strategies.

Chapter 6: Cash Flow First Aid: Stop the Bleeding, Do CPR (Cash-Positive Reasoning)
How CPR Works
Studying the Essential Cash Flow Problem
Guidelines and Suggestions: Managing the Profitable Situation
Cash Flow and Fixer-Upper Time Restrictions
Calculating Rental Property After-Tax Cash Flow

Chapter 7: Taxing Matters: Inevitable but Advantageous
Real Estate Tax Rules
Depreciation: The Basic Rules
Figuring the Base for Depreciation
Tax-Deferred Exchanges

Chapter 8: Risky Business and Rewarding Business: Comparisons
The Nature of Risk
Comparative Risk Analysis
Features Defining Risk
Tax and Inflation Risks
Mortgage Cost Risk

Chapter 9: Diversification and Allocation: Many Baskets and Many Eggs
The Purpose for Diversification
Forms of Diversification
Why Some Portfolios Are Not Really Diversified
Review and Change

Chapter 10: A Long-Term Investment View
Cash Flow versus Profits
Identifying the Profit Margin
The Importance of Turnover
Fixer-Uppers and Your Financial Plan
Long-Term Rentals and Your Financial Plan
Checklist: The Key Ingredients

Glossary
Index

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