What does it really look like if you were to sell your home you bought in 2012 to upgrade to a bigger, better home? Here’s the analysis.
Realtor.com came out with an article recently discussing Where Costs Per Foot Is Most Expensive. Your San Francisco’s were on there, along with Boston, Seattle and New York. What do you think it is? When my wife and I were looking for our first house in Fort Collins in 2013 we had a budget of
What qualifies as an after hours maintenance emergency? Well, if you ask a property manager, it is “Fire, Flood, Blood”… Really???
In my last article, we looked at the Internal Rate of Return. As we saw, an investment’s inflows and outflows (including the purchase and subsequent sale) of cash, discounted to today’s dollars over different periods of time. It does not, however take into consideration the tax savings caused by depreciation expense. Cash Flow. Appreciation. Depreciation.