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  • March 7, 2014

    Your Very Own Cash Machine

    By Robert L. Cain You own a cash machine.  That machine produces money every month and will continue to as long as you keep it well-oiled and in good working order.  It might still produce money if its maintenance is neglected some, just not as much as if it is lovingly and meticulously cared for.  […]

  • January 31, 2014

    Money on the Table?

    By Robert L. Cain How much money are you costing yourself? I don’t mean in lost rent or vacant units.  I’m talking about on your taxes. Most residential investment property owners divide the cost of their real estate between land and building, then depreciate the building over 27.5 years in equal installments.  If that’s all […]

  • August 23, 2013

    The Document Rental Property Investors Need to Sleep at Night

    By Tracey March My husband and I are considering investing in a 5-unit multi-family property. In fact, we’re having our realtor write up the offer as I type.  The seller has given us all sorts of documents about the property, but the most critical one to our decision-making is the cash-flow analysis. Knowing how to […]