Why Many Baby Boomers Consider DST 1031 Exchanges by – Don Meredith

Many savvy investors from the “Baby Boomer” generation own highly-appreciated real estate assets and income properties. However, as they enter retirement, some of these real estate investors would prefer to not deal with day-to-day property management – from maintenance problems, and tenant issues to juggling rent checks and leases. Below you’ll learn why a Delaware…

Something to Think About #73, Part 36 by Klarise Yahya

If you’ve missed some of the basic articles, guidelines on successful investing are in my book “Stairway to Wealth” available at LuLu.com.  Continued from Part 35:  Consumables vs. Assets, Part 2 Businesses: Generally, because of low barriers to entry consumables tend to be price sensitive. Commodities are a type of consumable that competes only on…

NNN Properties: Safe Investments or Real Estate Time Bombs? By – Adam J. Bryan

Investment real estate owners often hear about “NNN”, or “triple net” properties.  Real estate brokers or other advisors may recommend NNN properties as an alternative to apartments for 1031 exchanges or direct investments which include: Hands-free management Name brand tenants. Long-term leases Pinch me, I must be dreaming! But what are NNNs, exactly? What follows…