Investing in Real Estate

Complete Real Estate Answers InvestingShift your minds focus from spending to investing.

The wealthy and successful do not spend their money…

…they invest it.

They realize that North American tax laws favor investing over spending.

If you buy a house you cannot write it off for tax breaks.

The wealthy in contrast would invest in an apartment building that produces cash flow, appreciates in value and will offer write offs year, after year, after year.

Most of you will go out and buy cars for comfort and style…

…the wealthy will invest in cars and trucks for their company that are deductible because they are used to produce revenue

Along with investments that will make them money, investing a nice percentage of their money on education plays a huge role in why they are successful.

They are always investing their money on education which include online courses, information products and all types of of books on self success and self development.

Get reading and get educated, it will only benefit your life’s situation helping you grow

mentally.

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Don’t let Congress take away your Home Interest Deductions!

Right now, there is a discussion going on in Congress that could have a huge impact on your home and your wallet.

How? Congress is considering eliminating income tax deductions for our homes.

If some lawmakers in Congress have it their way, we could see big changes not only to federal income tax deductions for mortgage interest and property taxes, but also a change to the homeowner’s capital gains exemption. What that means is that current and future homeowners would pay more taxes every year!

In these tough times, we can’t afford to lose important deductions. By signing our petition and sending a letter to your representative, you can tell Congress to keep our home interest deductions intact.

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Emotional Intelligence

e·mo·tion·al in·tel·li·gence

Noun the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.

emotional intelligence is the key to both personal and professional success”

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New Regulations
• Require creditors (lenders) to notify applicants (borrowers) of their right to receive a copy of appraisal within three business days of receiving a loan application.

• Require creditors (lenders) to provide applicants a copy of each appraisal, and other written valuation, promptly upon completion or three business days before consummation or account opening, whichever is earlier.

• Prohibit creditors from charging for a copy of an appraisal and other written valuations, but permit creditors to charge applicants reasonable fees for the cost of the appraisals or other written valuation.

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