April 28, 2021   |   by Chahinez Dib

Quantitative easing: its impact on multifamily real estate

By increasing the money supply and reducing the interest rates, what this does is that it increases the demand for housing.
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April 11, 2019   |   by Nikolai Ray

Calculating Cap Rate and Present Value of Future Renovations

One of the principles of multifamily real estate financial engineering is the standardization of net incomes. This is an essential exercise, otherwise one cannot make a good acquisition decision. However, this standardization often ignores the building’s deterioration.
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March 12, 2018   |   by Nikolai Ray

7 Obstacles to a Successful Vendor Take-Back

Some obstacles may challenge the acceptance or rejection of a vendor take-back. For examples, the seller needs all the money from the transaction, the necessity to find a structure to persuade all parties involved in accepting the vendor take-back or the account manager and the mortgage broker don’t have the skills to set up this kind of arrangement. Also, one should know when a vendor take-back is too risky.
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March 6, 2018   |   article by MREX

Save Taxes with Cash Damming Technique

This technique enables you to save taxes by transforming progressively personal debts, which interest aren’t deductible, in a different debt which finances your enterprise.
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February 18, 2018   |   article by Nikolai Ray

5 Ways to Reduce Risk Associated to Leverage in Multifamily Real Estate

Beware not to just shop around the best interest rates or down payment percentages! It may be a dangerous game!
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