Profiting From Investment Property

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Learn how to profit from residential real estate investing. Understand investment property tax advantages, profiting from rental income, making money by selling real estate and more.

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Profiting From Investment Property

  1. 1. Real Estate Guide 2 Success Learning Series Profiting From Residential Investment Property
  2. 2. Profiting From Residential Investment Property• Money at the Settlement Table• Profiting from the Monthly Rent• Refinancing the Property (Equity Out)• Selling the Property for a Profit• Investment Property Tax Advantages
  3. 3. Money at Settlement• Sales price raised above sellers asking price• Title company pays seller and gives you surplus• Conventional financing / High enough appraisal• Title company and mortgage company agrees• Seller gets asking price www.realestateguide2success.com
  4. 4. Profit from Rent• Monthly rent charges provide extra income• Geographic area must support higher rent• Tally all expenses and determine your profit• Don’t underestimate expenses (incl. repairs) www.realestateguide2success.com
  5. 5. Refinancing Your Property• Investment property increases in value• Take out equity available in the property• Use for business purposes or put in bank account• Not taxable, but does increase the monthly payment• Rent increase needed / area must support higher rent www.realestateguide2success.com
  6. 6. Sell or Flip The Property• Investment property increases in value• Sell the property for higher than your mortgage• Profits from sale are taxable• Potential profit based on appreciation in area www.realestateguide2success.com
  7. 7. Tax Savings• Investors get depreciation write-offs• Unlike other write-offs, no cash outlay is required• Business assets (houses, car, computer, etc.)• Depreciation savings are big for multiple properties• Money not spent on taxes is money saved (earned) www.realestateguide2success.com
  8. 8. Free Beginners Real Estate Investing Course • Repair Your Credit • Get Investment Property Financing • Locate Profitable Investment Properties • Fix Up Properties • Find & Manage Tenantshttp://www.realestateguide2success.com/freecourse www.realestateguide2success.com

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