So, you’re buying a house. You probably get an inspection done on the house as part of the approval process for your mortgage. But do you think about the boundary lines of the property? Maybe the seller tells you the line is at a tree, or a fence. Maybe you don’t even discuss the boundary lines at all. Then how … Read the rest
There are many benefits to having a properly drafted estate plan, such as knowing that your family’s finances will not be frozen by the mandatory probate administration process and can make sure that your assets go to the people you want them to go to – instead of getting distributed according to state law for when a person dies … Read the rest
The capitalization rate, or cap rate, represents the rate of return on an income-producing property when applied against the purchase price. One could say, therefore, a high cap rate is a “good” thing. If so, then why does a high cap rate mean a higher risk investment?
The cap rate is calculated by dividing the net operating income by the … Read the rest