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Buy and Manage a Gorgeous Investment Property With These Tips

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Nathalie Jones / May 7, 2021

 

Buying an investment property comes with many benefits when it’s done correctly, but it’s essential to make sure you’re familiar with all the details in the process so you can come up with a solid plan for follow-through. Finding the right area to buy in, getting insurance and other protections into place, and finding tenants can all be time-consuming and costly if you’re not well prepared. Start by keeping up with the latest trends around the world at Net Worth Space, which will help you figure out what renters are looking for. Then, think about how to effectively manage the property.

 

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Consider a foreclosure.

 

Although it comes with a lot more considerations than other buying options, purchasing a foreclosure can be beneficial if you know how to handle it correctly. Typically, a home goes into foreclosure due to factors such as months of missed payments, divorce, or the owner’s inability to pay for major home repairs. This means you’ll likely get a great deal on the price. Most foreclosures are sold as-is, so it’s essential to try and work in an inspection contingency that will help you get out of the sale if major issues are found. Costly repairs, such as plumbing or roof work, may be grounds for a negotiation on the price in some cases. Make sure you’re covered with a professional inspector and get pre-approved for a loan to make the process go as smoothly as possible.

 

Find a desirable area.

 

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If a foreclosed home isn’t available, start your home search by looking for desirable neighborhoods. The best areas for renters will typically be close to shopping and dining options and will have highly-rated schools — although, of course, this won’t be a factor if you’re renting short-term on a vacation property. In that case, you’ll want to look at local events and attractions, as well as safety and crime rates. Take a look at other rental properties in your preferred area to get an idea of the amenities and benefits offered as these will be your competition.

 

Think long-term.

 

Once you have a great property, you’ll need to start thinking about how you’ll manage it. If it’s located in a different city from where you live, how will you get back and forth to handle repairs, renovations, or emergencies? What are the building and landlord codes for that city? Do you need special permits to be a property owner there? Do some research to find out what your responsibilities will be.

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It’s also a good idea to think about insurance and how you’ll manage your liabilities as the property owner. Once you’re ready to take on renters, do a walkthrough and inspect anything that could potentially be damaged or changed, taking note of its condition with clear photos. Look for safety issues that need to be taken care of before tenants move in, and make a list of rules and resources to help them stay safe while they’re on the property.

 

Figure out your cash flow.

 

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It’s essential to think about your finances from the very beginning, so once you take ownership of the property, figure out what your expenses will be and how to make the venture as profitable as possible. Keep long-term expenses — such as insurance and property tax — into consideration, as well as the daily and monthly ones, including furnishing a vacation space. 

 

Buying an investment property can benefit you for years to come if it’s done right, so do your research and look for resources online that will help you make informed decisions. With a solid plan, you can turn your venture into a success and possibly grow it with more real estate purchases in the future.

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Couche-Tard and Carrefour: clear and definitive refusal of the French government

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Sylvie Claire / January 15, 2021

 

The French government clearly and definitively rejects the rapprochement between the French retail groups Carrefour and Canadian Couche-Tard, said Friday the French Minister of Economy Bruno Le Maire.

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My position is a courteous no, but clear and definitive, insisted the minister during an interview with the media BFMTV and RMC, after indicating Wednesday that he was not a priori in favor of such an operation in the name of food security of the French.

 

This health crisis has taught us one thing: that food security is priceless, Bruno Le Maire defended, referring to the role of mass distribution during the first confinement to ensure the supply of French people.

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Food safety is strategic for our country and therefore we do not give up one of the major French retailers, he said, adding that Carrefour is the largest private employer in France with nearly 100,000 employees and that the group represents nearly 20% of food distribution in our country.

 

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To oppose this takeover, the government can rely on the regulations on the control of foreign investment, which allows it to block takeover operations in the food industry.

 

We have the legal instrument at our disposal, I prefer not to have to use it, but the Ministry of Economy will activate it if necessary, said the Mayor.

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Warren Buffett’s fortune passes the $100 billion mark

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 Sylvie Claire / Mars 12, 2021

American businessman Warren Buffett on Wednesday joined the closed circle of executives whose wealth exceeds $100 billion, which includes Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bernard Arnault and Bill Gates, according to Forbes magazine.

 

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On Wednesday, the share price of his company Berkshire Hathaway hit a record high, boosting his fortune to $100.3 billion

 

This is the first time that the company has taken this step.

 

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Warren Buffett, 90, baptized the Oracle of Omaha , is one of the most successful and respected executives of all time, but his fortune had never reached such a peak, with investors betting on technology stocks in recent years.

 

According to Forbes, the Berkshire Hathaway conglomerate owns more than 60 companies, including U.S. insurer Geico and battery maker Duracell.

 

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Warren Buffett is a generous donor, having given more than $41 billion to date, mostly to the Gates Foundation and his children’s foundations, according to Forbes.

 

In 2010, he and Bill Gates launched the Giving Pledge, asking billionaires to commit to giving at least half of their wealth to charity.

 

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According to Forbes’ real-time ranking of billionaires, only four executives have a higher fortune: Amazon founder Jeff Bezos (179.6 billion) followed by Tesla boss Elon Musk (165.1 billion), LVMH group executive Bernard Arnault (158.5 billion) and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates (125.6 billion).

 

The founder of the Facebook network, Mark Zuckerberg, is in 6th place with an estimated fortune of 96.7 billion

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Jeff Bezos sells a bunch of Amazon shares again

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 Steph Deschamps / May 6, 2021

 

The boss of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, sold this week for nearly two billion dollars of shares of the giant online retailer, according to documents from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Bezos has multiplied the sales of Amazon shares in recent months. In February and November 2020, he had already sold a total of more than seven billion dollars worth of Amazon shares.

 

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Jeff Bezos, 57, founded Amazon in 1994. The man who remains the largest shareholder of the online retail giant is, according to Forbes and Bloomberg, the richest man in the world, with an estimated fortune of over $190 billion.

 

Jeff Bezos has also planned to take a small step aside by leaving his position as CEO in the third quarter to take the position of executive chairman of Amazon.

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