Comments, Properties, Taxes, Etc.

Well, in the last few months this blog has been inundated with spam, spam and more spam. For the few of you with legitimate comments we apologize. However, we do go through most of the comments and the ones that seem legitimate have been noticed and we thank you for those. As this blog is relatively new and still evolving we take all comments to heart in an effort to continually improve it. Your participation regarding properties with comments or content is welcome.

If you have not visited the website in the past few months we would also like to point out the increased number of properties for sale. We are also offering a seller financing option on some properties if that would interest you. And if you have some other purchasing option in mind, feel free to share that with us and we will see if we can make it work for you. Just go to the home page and click the BUY button to see what we have to offer.

As we approach the end of the year some of you might be thinking about selling or buying property for investment purposes. Maybe to offset some capital gains or losses that you have. Remember that you can deduct up to a $3,000 capital loss on investment property each year. As always though, check with your accounting professional to see if your property qualifies but it might be a good time to unload some of those properties that you really don”t care about anymore. Give us a call at 1-888-205-6090 or click the SUBMIT YOUR PROPERTY HERE tab if you have a property you think we might be interested in.

On the other hand, land is still on sale! With the election and the “fiscal cliff,” things have pretty much stagnated, including prices. But if you believe that the country will pull out of this then now is the time to buy. Remember that real estate moves up and down in relatively predictable cycles. Now, we”ve just been through a pretty good “down” cycle but if history is any predictor of the future then the market should be moving up sometime soon.

There are some notable experts though predicting the opposite like Marc Faber, the economist Nouriel Roubini and Euro Pacific Capital”s Peter Schiff among others. But, if their assumptions that our economy slows to stall speed this year and next and the rest of the world drags us into recession again are wrong, then all the money that isn”t currently being spent will come flooding into the market. And you know what that will do to prices! And even if they”re right, recessions always end at some time and the cycles continue.

So, whichever way your opinion sways, you should either be buying or selling soon. And guess what? No better place to be doing either than right here on this website. For every buyer there has to be a seller and vice versa. Let us know if there is some additional way we can help either of you and Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year to everyone.