Real Estate Investing

Found 2 blog entries about Real Estate Investing.

Opportunity Cost is defined as the loss of potential gain when one alternative, or path, is chosen over another. As a Trusted Real Estate Advisor with deep roots in finance and economics, the term opportunity cost really sums up the question many would be buyers face. Should I rent a home, or should I buy a home?

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Real Estate Investment & Savings

Here’s how to make $100,000 work for you in a Real Estate Investment!

Do you have $100,000 in your savings or money market account earning 2% interest, 4% interest?  If you do, let’s compare these earnings with a real estate investment!

Safe and secure in the bank, passively earning 2% will net you $1400 per year after taxes (assuming 30% tax bracket).  Let’s also look at a 4% return, this will net $2800 after taxes (again assuming 30% tax bracket).

Now let’s put this $100,000 to work in a 3 level, 1 car garage townhouse in Winchester or maybe Fredericksburg.  Acquisition price of $215,000 and negotiating 2% Seller paid closing costs for this acquisition and financing at 4.875%, the additional closing costs.  Purchasing with a loan of

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