Today’s roundup includes the ethical dilemmas of real estate investing, amazing tax deductions from short term rentals, and a course review on syndications!
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Carpe Diem MD
In this philosophical post, Ian Cook reviews some of the common ethical dilemmas you might face as a long term real estate investor. These include the ethics of raising rents and tenant displacement.
He contrasts this with short term rental, which doesn’t have the same issues of tenant displacement. He does admit, however, that STRs present some ethical issues as well. For example, there are concerns that short term rentals take housing units away from families and inflate housing costs.
Which model is more ethical in your opinion: long term or short term rental? Comment below!
Read the original post on Carpe Diem MD: Ethical Dilemmas that Physician Real Investors Experience
The Darwinian Doctor
This week I posted an article about the amazing tax deductions you can get from operating a short term rental business, no real estate professional status needed!
I discuss the specific criteria you have to meet to qualify for the tax deductions, and back it up with the actual IRS rules. Am I the only one who finds taxes so exciting?
Read the original post here: Amazing Tax Deductions from Your Short Term Rental
The Prudent Plastic Surgeon
Jordan Frey brings us a review of a real estate syndication masterclass. Syndications are a passive option for real estate investing. In this model, you can contribute money towards a deal as a limited partner. The general partners and the sponsor then use the money to purchase a property on behalf of the whole group.
Jordan had the opportunity to review a course that teaches you more about this model.
Read the original post on his website here: How to Successfully Invest in Syndications with the Multifamily Masterclass!
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