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The Pros and Cons of Inherited Tenants

The Pros and Cons of Inherited Tenants

Inherited tenants can be a blessing or a curse. And sometimes they can fall somewhere in between. Some real estate investors argue that they would never purchase a rental property if it would mean inheriting tenants, as they want to have full...

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What is “wholetailing”?

What is “wholetailing”?

There seems to be no end to the number of acronyms one will come across when diving into real estate investing…ARV, LTC, LTV, NOI, HELOC, BRRRR, PTDI, etc. The same goes for industry-specific terms: house hacking, cash for keys, professional...

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To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade?

To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade?

Whether you are fixing and flipping a home, rehabbing it and holding it as a rental, or living in it yourself, there is much discussion among real estate investors in terms of affordable ways to add appeal to a property. Some of these ideas...

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A Mutual Admiration Society

A Mutual Admiration Society

In 2016, Pimlico Capital owners Victor Lipnitsky and Aron Yehuda were introduced to King Awonusi and Usman Jan of Federal Hill-based Integrity Real Estate Group. Usman was born in Pakistan and immigrated to NY with his family when he was six months...

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Best Practices for Appraisals

Best Practices for Appraisals

We’ve blogged before about best practices for pre-sale inspections. Now we turn to appraisals and offer a range of tips that can ensure the fairest possible outcome. Exterior: The exterior of the property will be the first thing that the appraiser...

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Is this a good idea?

Is this a good idea?

Real estate investors run the gamut from those that are risk averse to those that are risk tolerant. For those who are not averse to risk, it is a slippery slope in terms of simply being risk tolerant to being a risk seeker. On real estate investor...

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Securing a Vacant Property

Securing a Vacant Property

One of the difficulties that fix and flippers face is how to secure the property when the property is unoccupied (particularly evenings and weekends). The risk exposure of an unoccupied property includes the following: Theft. At risk are any tools...

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