Sunday, August 25, 2013

REAL ESTATE ADVISOR - Real Estate Investing

1. Determine your overall financial plans

Think about what you want to achieve financially and how
soon you want to achieve it.

2. Consult with your accountant

There may be tax issues to consider that you may not be
aware of. Once you've decided to take the leap and
purchase investment property, be sure to read and keep
all documents you receive about your investment. If your
asset is being managed by someone else, make sure
they keep you updated on all pertinent information.
Reputable investment managers will be happy to answer
your questions and will expect you to take an interest in

your investments. Continue reading . . .

Information for RE Investing