Real Estate Investing

  1. 4 Reasons Owning a House Is Increasingly Unaffordable

    Learn about five factors causing home buying to be less affordable than it was in ...
  2. Real Estate: A Quick Guide to Cleveland

    Learn about the nation's second most affordable housing market, Cleveland, Ohio. ...
  3. Real Estate: A Quick Guide to Miami

    Learn about Miami's real estate market and how it has changed since 2011; explore ...
  4. Real Estate Flipping: 8 Disclosures You Must ...

    If you don't tell potential buyers about these situations and possible hazards, you ...
  5. Real Estate: A Quick Guide to Memphis

    Explore the Memphis real estate market and how it has changed since 2011, and identify ...
  6. Property Taxes in Wyoming: A Quick Guide

    Discover why Wyoming has one of the lowest effective property tax rates in the country, ...
  1. FREEX: Franklin Real Estate Securities Risk Statistics ...

    Analyze risk statistics to determine how FREEX fits into a portfolio designed to ...
  2. Zillow Stock Rises Ahead Earnings (Z)

    Even with the stock's strong three-month performance, the shares have suffered respective ...
  3. How To Add Real Assets To Your Portfolio

    Real assets, as distinguished from financial assets, means stuff you can touch: oil, ...
  4. This Is What Mark Zuckerberg's Portfolio Looks ...

    Find out where the sixth-richest billionaire on the Forbes List, Mark Zuckerberg, ...
  5. AEW Capital Management: Investment Manager Highlight

    Read about the real estate investment manager AEW Capital Management, and learn more ...
  6. Is It the Perfect Time for Emerging Markets Real ...

    Learn why the timing of an investment in real estate in an emerging economy is now ...
  1. Exploring Real Estate Investments

    Discover how owning properties can give you a roof over your head or a check in your ...
  2. 20 Investments You Should Know

    To take advantage of all your investing options, you need to know what your choices ...
  1. What is the difference between a REIT and a master limited partnership

    While both are prized for their dividends by income investors, there are notable differences between REITs and master limited ...
  2. What do real estate investors look for in a property?

    Profit from real estate investments by either flipping homes or becoming a landlord. Learn best practices for a successful ...
  3. What is the difference between a REIT and a real estate fund?

    A real estate fund invests in securities offered by public real estate properties directly or indirectly through Real Estate ...
  4. What is the difference between adjusted and regular funds from operations?

    Understand a REIT's regular funds from operations and its adjusted funds from operations. Learn what each is used to measure ...
  1. 10 Habits Of Successful Real Estate Investors

    We'll look at ten habits that help real estate investors build a solid real estate ...
  2. 5 Mistakes That Make House Flipping A Flop

    Learn about common mistakes of flipping houses before trying one on your own.
  3. 5 Best Markets For Real Estate Investments

    The crash in the housing market has made purchasing property in these communities ...
  4. 10 Tips For Getting A Fair Price On A Home

    When you're shopping for a home, it's important to understand how homes are priced ...
  5. 5 Simple Ways To Invest In Real Estate

    Although the real estate market has plenty of opportunities for making big gains, ...
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