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Property Taxes by U.S. County

U.S. Property Taxes Levied on Single Family Homes in 2017 increased 6% to More Than $ 293 Billion, according to a recent report by ATTOM Data Solutions.  The conclusion was part of their annual property tax analysis covering more than 86 million single family homes across the U.S. ...
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Connecting the Deals and Uniting Investors

Connecting the Deals and Uniting Investors By Troy Miller The more I talk to Real Estate Entrepreneurs the more I hear the same old story, tight margins, even tighter markets with little-to-no inventory (that makes sense to buy) and their wealth building strategy.  That is why I am...
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Addressing the Skilled Labor Gap

In today’s technology-driven times, there is critical need for skilled tradespeople. Electrical, plumbing and carpentry jobs are projected to see double-digit growth rates in the approaching years but will lack qualified men & women to fill them.  That’s why The Home Depot Foundation recently announced it was investing...
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What’s the Difference Between Traditional & Roth IRAs?

What’s the difference between a Traditional IRA and a Roth IRA?  The handy chart shown below from Equity Trust takes a look at the similarities and differences between various features of each kind of account.  In addition, Equity Trust offers members of National REIA a very special offer...
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Are Retirees Reshaping Where Americans Live?

Recently we posted an infographic showing that for the first time in American history, older people are projected to outnumber young people. Now comes a recent story in the Wall Street Journal (and posted on Realtor.com) showing that, according to their analysis of numbers from the U.S. Census...
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An Aging Nation

We are indeed an aging nation…..just look around and maybe even look in the mirror.  Last month we saw that America’s population was growing and now the U.S. Census bureau recently released data showing that, for the first time in U.S. history, older people are projected to outnumber...
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Kidde Recalls 500k Smoke Detectors

Recalled: Kidde dual-sensor smoke alarms, models PI2010 & PI9010 Major smoke alarm maker Kidde has issued a recall for nearly 500k dual-sensor smoke detectors in the U.S. and Canada because a manufacturing malfunction can compromise the devices’ ability to detect smoke.  According to Consumer Reports, a yellow cap...
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