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ARV in Real Estate: Improvement Pitfalls to Avoid (Part 2)

Home improvements aren’t always equal. When it comes to finding ways to increase real estate after-repair value (ARV), investors need to carefully consider what improvements to make. Some might seem like obvious ways to add value and attract buyers, but the reality is that they might scare buyers away. Our first part went over how…

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How to Invest in a Rental Property: Jarrod’s Story

We sat down with Jarrod, a part-time investor in Austin, Texas for our latest success story. He found his first MyHouseDeals deal not too long after becoming a Premium Elite member. We talk about how to invest in a rental property, and how that differs from getting one ready for the market. He also details…

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Millennial Real Estate, and More COVID-19 Relief Updates: The Five

Millennial real estate is taking off as members of the generation continue to get older. Their interest in owning homes is increasing. And every prospective homeowner needs to know the tax implications (and potential tax advantages) of their purchases. The American Rescue Plan allocated funds for landlords and renters who have been impacted by the…

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ARV in Real Estate: The Tips & Tricks to Boost It, Part 1

Real estate investors look at a lot of numbers, but the after-repair value (ARV) is the number that catches the most attention. We talk a lot about the ARV in real estate, and most investors know what it is, but estimating an accurate ARV isn’t always straightforward. Knowing which improvements and additions add value to…

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