When money is borrowed, an interest rate is usually attached to the principal sum. Essentially, an interest rate is the price or cost for the “use” of money between a borrower and a lender. It is often expressed as a percentage of the principal. For example, if you were to borrow $1,000 from a lender,…
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Within the real estate investment world there are many methods for determining whether a potential deal or project is advantageous, disadvantageous or neutral, but perhaps the most referenced method is the Internal Rate of Return, or IRR. The definition of IRR is fairly straight forward and easy enough to find with a simple internet search…
Investing in real estate builds and diversifies your portfolio. Over the last 50 years, real estate investing has become increasingly popular. Rather than owning just a primary residence, having several investment properties can be a great way to build wealth. Real estate has “intrinsic value.” In other words, its value will likely never completely go away…