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Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Jul 20, 2006, 17:08,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Investment in The REIT - Real Estate Investment Trust, is a good real estate investment option. Here are some type of REIT investment opportunities and other information to help you take an investment decision.
Jul 20, 2006, 16:44,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Mortgage REITs are a good real estate investment option because they earn interest income and fee charged on real estate loans. Here are some dos and don’ts and evaluation of risk factors for investing in mortgage REITs.
Nov 2, 2005, 12:02,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Some people with a little money to invest are anxious to find something with a good return. REITs may be the answer.
Sep 18, 2005, 20:54,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Real Estate prices and profits move in cycles, usually predictable in type but not always in length or severity. If you¡¯re a long-term conservative REIT investor, you might choose to buy and hold your REITs even as their properties move through their inevitable ups and downs.
Sep 3, 2005, 17:51,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
REITs receive special tax considerations, and typically offer investors high yields as well as a highly liquid method of investing in real estate.
Aug 2, 2005, 15:05,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Real-Estate Pro Prefers Hotel and Retail REITs
Jun 27, 2005, 11:09,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
Among your many responsibilities as a landlord, the law provides for a warranty of implied habitability. This means that the dwelling must be considered habitable and any known problems must be fixed before you allow a tenant to take occupancy.
Jun 10, 2005, 00:11,
Real Estate Investing : Hotels and REITs
When I was a young child I had many annoying tendencies. My mother explained to me that the most annoying was my need to write on the walls of every room. I would take my crayons and ruin wallpaper up and down the house. These actions did not go unnoticed or unpunished. I would be yelled at, I would be restricted to my room, I would have my crayons confiscated. When the punishment receded, I would return to my artistic roots and ruin the walls again. The calculation of damages is still ongoing.

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