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As a ASICON real estate investor, there are several different investment strategies you can use. Most strategies can be broken down into four categories: Core, Core-Plus, Value-Add, and Opportunistic. The best strategy for you will depend on your risk tolerance and investing goals. In this article, we discuss the defining characteristics, advantages, and risks of value-add investment strategies. As you come to understand this strategy, you can decide whether it...
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When you invest in real estate, capital expenses can have a significant impact on your property and your profits. Planning for these expenses can help you keep your finances intact when your investment property needs major renovations or improvements. As a real estate investor, you need to not only understand what capital expenses are, but also how they’re taxed and how to budget for them. In this article, we discuss...
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Real estate investing is a great way to take control of your finances and supplement your regular income. There are many beginner-friendly strategies to choose from, though the optionality can make it intimidating to know where to start. One investment type new investors should consider is single family residences, or SFR real estate. These properties offer steady cash flow and can teach beginners the ropes of rental property management. SFR real...
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If you are interested in real estate investing, you are sure to eventually come across the term “net cash flow”. It’s a pervasive term used in a variety of real estate calculations. While you may have a good guess as to what it means at first glance, it’s a bit more complicated than it may appear. We encourage you to review this article to more fully understand what goes into...
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Net earnings per diluted share was $1.67 for the quarter and $3.94 for the year compared with $0.38 and $2.01 for the same periods in 2020. Core funds from operations (Core FFO)* per diluted share was $1.12 for the quarter and $4.15 for the year compared with $0.95 and $3.80 for the same periods in 2020. Core FFO for full-year 2021 and 2020 included net promote income per diluted share of $0.06 and $0.22, respectively. «Demand for our 1 billion square foot global portfolio shows no signs of slowing...
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