Whether you’re buying a new investment property in Silicon Valley or you’re selling one, you may be kicking around the idea of making repairs and upgrades – but don’t open your wallet just yet. Experts say that these seven upgrades and repairs probably aren’t worth making in either case. 7 Upgrades That Probably Aren’t Worth
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When you have your eyes on a real estate empire, you know that you have to start somewhere – and that’s right here. Before you start buying rental properties and working on your future fortune, check out the basics of getting started investing in real estate. Getting Started Investing in Real Estate First things first:
If you’re like many investors, the allure of owning a vacation rental property – or even a temporary rental property – is strong. But is it a good idea? This guide explains the pros and cons of buying a vacation rental property in Silicon Valley so you can make the right choice. Should You Buy
When you’re selling a home, whether it’s a single-family house, duplex, triplex or fourplex, you’ll likely receive offers that are almost right on the mark – but they may not be exactly what you’re looking for. Fortunately, in cases like those, you have the ability to counteroffer; that’s a normal part of the selling process,
If you’re like many people, you know that owning a rental property comes with several benefits – it diversifies your portfolio, brings in passive income and even gives you a few tax benefits. In fact, there are even ways to avoid capital gains taxes on rental properties. Naturally, you should speak to a financial adviser
If you’re like many people, you know how important it is to generate passive income – even people who work two jobs are struggling to get by, so starting out as a real estate investor may make sense to you. This guide explains how to generate passive income by buying a duplex in Silicon Valley.
Some investors hire property managers to find, screen and manage tenants in their investment properties, and that’s certainly a viable way to run a business. But if you’re the DIY type, you may be wondering how to vet tenants in your investment property – and this guide offers five tips that can help you get
If you’re kicking around the idea of buying your first investment property, you know that you’ll likely need a little bit of help – and this guide is here to get you started. Buying Your First Investment Property Buying your first investment property is exciting, but you probably also know it’s a lot of work.
Many investors want to see properties they’re interested in right away – but some duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes in Silicon Valley can only be shown with an accepted offer. But what does that mean, and how will it impact your ability to see a property you may be interested in investing in? This guide explains.
If you’re selling a duplex – whether it’s because you want to move on to bigger investments, you no longer want to manage a rental property, or something else – there are a few things you can do to help your Silicon Valley REALTOR® sell the home faster. Check out these three tips to help