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Podcast: Ask The Guys – Prepping, Principal Reduction, Timber and More

Podcast: Ask The Guys – Prepping, Principal Reduction, Timber and More

Ask The Guys – Prepping, Principal Reduction, Timber and More Fantastic questions from our fabulous audience including … … what’s the best way to prep for bargains when inflation hits? … is accelerating the paydown of a mortgage a smart move, or is there a better way? … with lumber prices so high is now …

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7 Secrets to Getting the Max Cash-out on Your Refinance

Now is the time to take some chips off the table! If you’re sitting on equity in your home or investment properties, it’s time to tap into this store of wealth just in case the market tries to take it from you. Preserve, diversify and grow your portfolio through harvesting and reallocating your equity … Cash-out refinances are the key!

Salt Lake County Market Report

Salt Lake County Market Report

Salt Lake is already the most populous County in the state of Utah. But there’s still plenty of room to grow … Find out why this area’s new plan for development is being referred to as “one of the most noteworthy events to take place in the local industrial market in the area’s history” in this special report!

Houston Market Report

Houston Metro Market Report

Infrastructure improvements are increasing accessibility and stimulating growth in the Houston Metro. Add to the mix its healthy job market and good area schools, and there’s no end in sight to the increasing demand for affordable housing … nor the real estate opportunities!

Memphis Market Report

Memphis Market Report

When it comes to cash flow, Memphis is a hands-down fan favorite. And when you look at overall affordability … it’s tough to beat. Not just for real estate investors and residents, but for businesses too. Between the effects of COVID-19, new distributors in the area, and increasing home prices, there’s a lot going on in Memphis! Learn more in this special report from MidSouth Home Buyers.

Weber County Market Report

Right outside of Salt Lake City is a market on the move … Weber County! With a growing population, diverse employment base, and rising rental demand, Weber County is poised for cashflow. Learn more about this landlord-friendly metro in this special report!

How to Invest in Mortgages

A mortgage is one of the most common types of real estate notes. Banks own them … and investors like YOU can, too! Mortgages offer a route to true passive income without the headaches and risks of tenants and stock markets. Explore the ins and outs of real estate note investing in this special report!

Ask The Guys – Choosing Markets, Tracking Trends and Calculating Cash-Flow

It’s a fan favorite … another edition of Ask The Guy for this episode of  The Real Estate Guys™ radio show!  We take on lots of great questions from our fabulous audience, including how to choose a good real estate market … which important trends to track and how … one of the most important jobs …

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Freedom, responsibility, opportunity and hard work…

We’re a little late with this week’s muse … we’ve been busy finishing up an EPIC collection of interviews for our soon-to-be-released COVID-19 Crisis Investing Webinar Series. The original plan was to do a simple webinar with a collection of our big-brained friends. It turned into a MUCH bigger undertaking … in a GREAT way. Obviously, there’s …

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Grim warnings from Powell and the Fed push rates on home loans to new low

Even as building slows, the Fed is pumping purchasing power into housing. Short supply plus increased purchasing power could put upward pressure on prices. Of course, it all hinges on demand … will buyers be willing to take on a mortgage in such an uncertain jobs market? After all, even a zero percent mortgage payment …

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