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Capital Fund 1 aids Real Estate Investors in the purchase and funding of non-owner occupied, residential, investment properties. Buy and Hold loans

Investment Property 101: How to Find, Hold, and Build Wealth in Real Estate

The whole point of investing your money is to make more money. So what do you do when your investments start going down for a few months? Assuming they weren't bad investments to begin with, the answer is often to hold on to them.

Hula Hoop Rug! DIY. (Do a larger rug by taking small tube PVC pipes and bending to the size circle u need. Duct tape usually holds well if you Do Not buy PVC that's too thick.

How to Write an Incredible Lease

The Quick and Dirty on Writing a Kick Booty Lease! My entire success has been through having an amazing lease that has allowed me to hold my tenant to their written word. Legal Zoom Leases change depending on the state and local rules. Therefore I always buy the local “real estate lease”...

Insulated tent keeps campers warm - and blocks out noisy neighbours

The large six-person tent has an uninsulated porch and lounge while the sleeping area is i...

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The Book on Rental Property Investing: How to Create Wealth and Passive Income Through Intelligent Buy & Hold Real Estate Investing!

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Son of Thatcher’s ‘right-to-buy’ housing minister now owns 40 ex-council homes

Son of Thatcher’s ‘right-to-buy’ housing minister now owns 40 ex-council homes. Multi-millionaire Charles Gow is a buy-to-let landlord who owns over 40 former council flats. Which is interesting, because his father, Ian Gow, was the Housing Minister under Margaret Thatcher during the so-called ‘right-to-buy’ sell off of council properties: Third of ex-council homes now owned by rich landlords And now the Tories have announced a brand new ‘right-to-buy’ policy which will no doubt…