Ten years after the Great Recession, U.S. states continue to deal with the fallout of decisions made during the downturn and some, like Illinois, face a real threat of not being prepared for a future recession, according to a new report from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
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By Laurence Jankelow, cofounder at Avail
Whether you've owned your two-flat duplex for years or you're trying to decide whether real estate is the right addition to your portfolio, it's important to think of rental property as an investment. Like any investment, your goal should be to maximize returns.
You don't need to predict which neighborhood in town is about to see skyrocketing home values. Instead you should buy a property that has a lot to offer tenants – over time, sustained revenue from rentals is a savvy way to earn money.
Once you have the property, you'll need to know how to manage it successfully, from repairs to tax payments. In this post, I'll outline four strategies to help you maximize your ROI.
1. Take the Time to Invest Wisely
When looking for an investment property, it's important to consider its location, amenities, and construction quality. You should also look for a property that's already fully rented. I...
BISBEE — A bipartisan effort to make permanent the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program in the U.S. Congress will help rural areas nationwide, including Cochise County, receive compensation.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey signaled that state lawmakers should back off plans to repeal or reduce a new $32-a-vehicle registration fee to pay …
Proponents in support of San Pedro Valley Hospital District Tax Levy are hosting a “Hot Dog Giveaway” and information fair Thursday for voters…