4 Tips For Financing Your Investment Property in AZ

Real estate is an attractive way to invest: there are many ways to generate a return, plus the principal is well-protected because real estate often retains its value. But real estate can also be priced out-of-reach for some investors. If you are looking to invest in real estate and need to finance it, make sure … Continued

4 Common Mistakes Investment Property Buyers Make in Phoenix

Thinking of buying real estate in Phoenix? If so, you’ll want to make sure you steer clear of these expensive problems that other investors have discovered the hard way! Read this blog post to learn the 4 common mistakes investment property buyers make in Phoenix… Although real estate investing can be simple, fun, and highly … Continued

What Does A Profitable Investment Property Look Like In Phoenix?

Are you thinking about investing in Phoenix AZ or anywhere in the surrounding areas? If you are, then you’re probably asking yourself “what does a profitable investment property look like in Phoenix“? Keep reading because we’ll cover that in this blog post and you might be surprised at the answer… What Does A Profitable Investment … Continued

Investment Property Tax Deductions List for Phoenix

Uncle Sam gives, and Uncle Sam takes away. But in the case of buying local Phoenix investment properties… you can earn investment property tax deductions for your Phoenix properties. For real estate investors, the United States provides the opportunity to earn a living purchasing investment properties… and holding those properties as investments, and of course the … Continued

Tips on Buying Phoenix Real Estate with your IRA

While most people understand that real estate is an investment, many people are taking advantage of the qualified retirement accounts to purchase real estate as an appreciating or revenue-generating instrument like IRAs. It’s really important to understand the tax implications, legal ramifications, and various other intricacies of purchasing Phoenix real estate within your IRA. So, lets dive into … Continued