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10 Tips for First Time Multifamily Investors – #2: Study & Know Your Target Area

theRRD CEO Joe Killinger and special guest, Commercial Brokers International CEO, George Pino, talk about tips for first time multifamily investors.  This is Part 2 of a 10 part series. Part 3 will be available tomorrow. To see the rest…

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10 Tips for First Time Multifamily Investors – #1: Risk vs. Reward

theRRD CEO Joe Killinger and special guest, Commercial Brokers International CEO, George Pino, talk about tips for first time multifamily investors.  This is Part 1 of a 10 part series. Part 2 will be available tomorrow.

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How the Blockchain Technology Could Change Real Estate

by Joe Killinger  CEO, theRRD.com We are starting to hear more and more about blockchain technology within the real estate industry. This technology was originally built as a core component for bitcoin but is easily adaptable to the real estate…

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How Does the Pot Industry Affect Real Estate?

by Joe Killinger CEO, theRRD.com As the cannabis industry continues to grow many are left asking how it will affect their real estate investments so we compiled a list of questions & answers that we hope will help. 1. Is…

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How is the Current Political Environment Affecting Real Estate?

by Joe Killinger CEO, theRRD.com There always seems to be some uncertainty in the real estate markets as we come upon a presidential election but this particular election seems to have a bit more of a hold on the market….

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How Do I Become a Real Estate Attorney?

1. What does a real estate attorney do? Real estate law isn’t just for buying or selling homes. It involves the financing, building, zoning, and developing of commercial properties. Real estate attorney are responsible for handling all the paperwork in…

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What’s the Best Way to Tackle Property Tax Assessments?

Market conditions can vary widely across the country.  Sometimes the real selling price can be way out in left field from the actual property valuation.  That doesn’t change the valuation.  What’s the real return that can be received on the…

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What Should Be Done with America’s “Zombie Subdivision”?

A multimillion-dollar bridge to nowhere. A lone fire hydrant standing in the stalled-out ruin of what was once the “most underwater” development in America, not far from an abandoned, landlocked boat. An empty street with overgrown sidewalks, built for a…

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What Should Congress Know About Real Estate?

In the past and present, the 1031 Exchange has been under scrutiny in congress.  It is one of the last structures available that allows an investor to delay taxation on income.  What is the 1031 exchange and why is it…

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No One Expected Home Prices to go up this Quickly

“No one expected home prices to go up this quickly!” Buyers and sellers are finding out home prices are being driven upward from the asking price.  With fewer properties on the market, many buyers are being outbid.  Prices of houses…

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