In this PPhREI roundup, we discuss why short term rentals and physicians are a match made in heaven, 3 reasons why I’m grateful to be a physician, and how to invest in a world of high interest rates.
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Carpe Diem MD
In this post, Ian Cook discusses why short term rentals and physicians are a match made in heaven. I tend to agree with him here. If you like hospitality, short term rentals offer an incredible mix of business income and tax savings for your average physician.
Read the original post on the Carpe Diem MD blog: 5 Reasons Short-Term Rental Investing is Perfect for Physicians
The Darwinian Doctor
In this post, I discussed a few reasons why I am grateful to be a physician. I delved deeply into my childhood to explain these reasons, and I think there’s a lot here that many of you will recognize in your own lives.
Read the original post on the Darwinian Doctor blog: 3 Reasons Why I’m Grateful To Be a Physician
The Prudent Plastic Surgeon
In this timely post, Jordan Frey discusses some strategies for investing in real estate while interest rates are sky high. He advocates sticking to your numbers, being patient, and using more cash while waiting for interest rates to settle down. We agree that it’s a difficult time to invest, but sometimes the best deals are found in times like this.
Take a look at the original post on the Prudent Plastic Surgeon blog: 5 Rules for Successful Real Estate Investing in a High Interest Rate Environment
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