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January 20, 2012

Cashflow

Positive cashflow is one of the most important aspects of real estate investing. Whether buying, selling, trading, or renting properties it is crucial to keep expenses to a minimum to produce profits. Otherwise, properties will become money pits and investors will end up spending more than they earn.

Finding properties that produce positive cashflow can be tricky, especially in today's real estate market. Although there are plenty of great deals, there's much more to investing than locating cheap homes for sale.

Many investors are turning to bank owned homes because these properties are usually priced below market value. While this can be a good strategy, investors need to carefully weigh the pros and cons.

Real Estate Investing article on "Cashflow"

January 16, 2012

Cashflow

Acquiring positive cashflow with investment properties is a top priority for real estate investors. There are many factors that can cause negative cashflow, so investors need to carefully calculate all scenarios to determine the best strategy for producing income.

Positive cashflow occurs when investors sell, lease, or trade properties for profit. There are countless ways to generate income, but in today's market investors need to always find creative ways to market their properties.

Real Estate Investing article on "Cashflow"

April 22, 2009

Cash Flow

Cash flow is the after tax net profit of a business. As the saying goes, cash is king. For a real estate investor, cash flow can make their property investment career a success or a failure.

Negative cash flow means there are more expenses going out than money coming in on investments. If the negative cash flow continues for too long and causes an investor to use all their savings, their business can end in bankruptcy.

Real Estate Investing article on "Cash Flow"