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Real estate investment.

Are you currently searching for a new investment property? If so, then look no further. Our brokerage are experts in making sure that we find the perfect one for you, which is tailored to your specific needs and preferences. We boast a vast network of dedicated and professional real estate agents who are always ready to help you make the best investment decision. With our assistance, you can rest assured that you are investing your money wisely and responsibly. Not only will you be able to acquire a profitable investment property, but you will also be well on your way towards building wealth with positive cash flow. So what are you waiting for? Let us help you get started on achieving your investment goals today!

Here’s what they had to say…

I’m writing this letter to recommend Elly Wilson as a real estate agent for your real estate needs. Elly provided me with regular updates and support for a successful property sale. She was proactive throughout the listing period and helped to smooth any rough edges that arose during the closing period. Thanks Elly! 

– George Mayo

5M Vacation Rentals

210-279-9143

how it works...

THE iNVESTING PROCESS

01
Prepare
  • Pay Cash/When Possible
  • Save up and get your finances in order.
  • Get a mortgage pre-approval.
  • Find a real estate agent to work with
02
Diversify/Locate Property
  • Tell your agent what you're looking for.
  • Find homes that interest you and ask your agent to book showings.
  • Write an offer and negotiate price & terms.
03
POST-OFFER TASKS
  • Home inspection
  • Appraisal
  • Title search
04
CLOSING PREP
  • Homeowner's insurance.
  • Change addresses and utilities.
  • Start Preparing for Transition of Rental/ Websites Etc.
05
Take Ownership
  • Pre-closing walkthrough
  • Sign closing documents.
  • Celebration!!!

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property Search

Are you currently in search of an investment property, but don’t have the time or energy to do all the research yourself? Look no further, as we are here to help. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping you find the perfect investment property that meets all of your specific needs and desires. With our no-obligation property search service, you won’t have to worry about any commitments or fees – we simply want to help you find the best investment property possible. Whether you’re looking for a lucrative rental property or a property to flip for a profit, we are here to assist you every step of the way. So why wait? Contact us today to set up your no-obligation property search and start your journey towards financial success!


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Got Questions?

About Investing in Real Estate in Frio Canyon and Surrounding areas?

Per Dave Ramsey You should invest in real estate only after you’ve already paid off your own home (so, after Baby Step 6). That means you’re completely debt-free with an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses saved. You should also already be investing at least 15% of your income into retirement accounts, like a workplace 401(k) or Roth IRA.

And remember: Don’t buy an investment property until you can pay 100% down.

Any money you make from rental property counts as income on your tax return. The good news is, you can also claim deductible expenses like repairs and maintenance—but not improvements.6

So maybe you made $20,000 from rental income this year but you also completed $2,500 worth of repairs on the property. You can deduct the $2,500, making your taxable rental income $17,500.

Real estate taxes can get tricky fast, so do yourself a favor and work with a tax professional. Meet with them regularly to discuss your investments and how they impact your taxes—you don’t want to get slapped with a penalty!

Per Dave Ramsey “Capital gains are the profits you make when you buy an investment property and then sell it for more money. And because the government is, well, the government, they want to get their hands on some of those profits. So they charge you a capital gains tax. (We know—it sucks.)

You’ll pay short-term capital gains taxes when you sell a property you’ve owned for less than a year (think flipping a house).3 You’ll pay long-term capital gains taxes if you sell an investment property you’ve owned for over a year.4

Fortunately, you can postpone paying capital gains taxes if you reinvest the profits in a similar property.5 That’s called a 1031 exchange, and it’s a house flipper’s best friend!

Not sure real estate investing is for you? Test it.

Maybe you can rent out a space above your garage or an extra bedroom—even for a few nights at a time. That’ll give you a taste of what owning a rental is like.

It’s also wise to talk to other real estate investors. Get lunch with them and ask them what they wish they’d known before getting started.

Per Dave Ramsey “Usually, renting out property isn’t as simple as getting renters and checking in once a year. Sometimes rentals sit empty for months, which can be tough if you’re not financially prepared. And even in the best situations, appliances still break and roofs still leak.

The best way to prepare for risks and cover unexpected expenses is with a fully funded emergency fund.”

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