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Seems like I can't open up a newspaper or read a financial magazine without seeing something about the real estate bubble. And, amazingly enough, the people making the most noi= se about a real estate bubble (and it's imminent collapse) are not investors – they are people looking for reasons a= s to why it's okay for them to not own real estate.

There is one way to ensure that you'll make money every single time with your real estate investment. Fir= st of all, I want to give you a word of warning. The tip I'm about to give y= ou will make sure you receive a return, but it won't replace sound fundament= al investment analysis. And, the tip won't always work in every case. So, it= 's best to review your personal situation with a tax professional who understands your situation and is well-versed in= tax strategies.

Here's the tip, the one sure wa= y to make sure you make money in real estate. ALWAYS factor in the tax savings= ! In just a second, I'm going to review the five ways you make money in real estate and go through which are at risk if a bubble bursts and even more importantly, highlight the cash you get no matter what happens.

First though, I want to give yo= u a heads up. Later in this email, I'll tell you about an amazing offer that = will save you over $1000. The offer is only good for the first 25 people who respond. If you can't wait to find out, go to Real Estate Home Study = Course to find out how you can save money right away. Please come back, though, This is information you need if you're investing in re= al estate today.

There are five main ways to make money in real estate:

(1) Active appreciation.
Active appreciation is the type of appreciation you receive when the property goes up in value due to your efforts. You've do= ne a great job of negotiation to buy a property lower than market or you've so= lved a problem for the seller that no one else could solve (resulting in a low= er price) or you've fixed up or renovated the property to make it worth much more.

Now, here's the question. How a= nd when do you get the cash? There are two ways to get the money: sell or borrow. With today's low rates, borrowing money often makes the most sens= e. The cash you receive will not be subject to tax and you've got more money= to invest. If you sell, should you do a like kind exchange (roll the basis i= nto another property so you can pay tax later) or should you just bite the bu= llet and pay the tax?

RULE OF THUMB: If you take out a loan on appreciated property to invest in other property, you need a retu= rn on the investment that is higher than the cost of the money,. In other words, if your loan cost you 7%, you want to make sure you have a higher than 7% return on the new investment.

(2) Passive appreciation.
Buy in the right areas. Of course, that would be a l= ot easier with a crystal ball because you're betting on future appreciation. There are some things you can do to stack the odds a bit in your favor – watch where there has been good appreciation in the past, but not runaway increases, and look for neighborhoods in appreciating cities that show signs of improvements. But, to be perfectly honest, passive apprecia= tion is the one most at risk from a real estate bubble.

But, let's say that you hit it lucky and the property goes up in value without you having to do a thing.= Now you face the same question as with active appreciation: how do you get to= the cash in the best tax-advantaged method?

(3) Equity = build up.
This third method of increasing your equity comes ab= out when you faithfully make payments over time on a principal and interest l= oan. If you have an interest-only loan, you won't have equity build-up.=

And, again the question that ma= kes all the difference, how will you get to the equity?

(4) Tax Savings.
Now we're getting to the one sure-fire way to make money. You might have an interest free loan and that means no equity build-up. Or, there might be a bubble that bursts and you lose out on pas= sive appreciation. And, face it, you might simply buy wrong or spend too much fixing up a property. You can make all those mistakes and still make money due to the tax savings. It's one certain way you have of making money.

How is that possible? LOOPHOLES! Real estate has the best tax loopholes available. In fact, if you buy in = the right way or bring in investors into the right deal, you might make capit= al gains on a sale and never pay taxes. That's part of the tax-free strategi= es you'll learn as part of the Real Estate Home Study Course in the tax loopholes portion.

If you've been receiving the Loopholes Update for awhile, I'm sure you've heard me talk about the bene= fit of maximizing depreciation through cost segregation. In other words, you = can break out the value of personal property items in a structure and depreci= ate them over a shorter period of time. The IRS has just come out with a warn= ing that some cost segregation studies may not pass muster. Make sure you talk directly to a qualified tax advisor about your own situation. This is something you definitely do not want to do by yourself.

There are over 100 ideas for sa= ving taxes, instructions for selecting and running the best business structure= and accounting instructions in the Real Estate Investor's = Tax and Asset Protection Home Study Course for just $499. That's a savings of $300. Plus, we'll thro= w in the special online audio home study course. You'll receive 12 audio lesso= ns you can listen to again and again. Plus, you'll be able to log in as a student to the DKA Mentored Tax and Accounting Real Estate Investor's Home Study Course. You'll learn from over 100 special tax strategies just for = real estate investors. This full packaged course is normally priced at $1500, = so there is a total saving possible of over $1,000!

Please remember, this offer is = good ONLY for the first 25. When we make limited offers like this, sometimes we can't get the product off the website fast enough and so we're apologizin= g in advance if we have to tell you that you missed out. The best thing you ca= n do is order right now to receive the entire course, regularly valued at $1500 for just $499.

(5) Cash Flow
Of course, who could forget cash flow! As they say, when it comes to real estate, cash is king, queen, and every other card in the deck. I still say that the very best tax.

To figure out the cash flow, yo= u've got to know the numbers. That's why we've included easy steps and sample = in Easy Accounting for Real Estate Investors as part of the TaxLoopholes Real Estat= e Home Study Course. Plus, exclusive with = our special offer, you'll receive online audio and written lessons to help you get set up and run your business so you get the critical information you need.

Sure, the real estate market is= hot right now. It probably is over-heated and without a doubt there will be, = at the very least, regional bubbles that will burst. Now is the time to be smarter than ever with your investments. Make sure you pay the least amou= nt of tax legally possible.


Diane Kenned

P.S. Remember the sales price of the Real Estate Home Study Course is only go= od for the first 25 people.



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