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At RealWealth we publish a variety of real estate investing articles and guides. If you’re looking to invest in real estate, check it out here.

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Why Invest in Palm Bay Real Estate in 2021?

In this article, learn about what’s happening in the Central Florida real estate market. Hear from RealWealth® investment counselors and local property team. Topics also include: how COVID-19 has impacted Central Florida’s economy, what our members say about investing in Central Florida real estate, and an exciting new real estate market in Palm Bay, Florida.

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Insurance Basics for Real Estate Investors in 2021: Are Your Assets Covered?

In this article, we will go over insurance basics for real estate investors in 2021. Learn about the different policy types, determining how much insurance is enough, how to efficiently protect multiple properties and insuring properties held in an LLC. Make sure you’re covered on your current real estate investment and future investment properties.

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1031 Exchange from California to Another State: Good Idea?

For this article, I spoke with Joe Torre, one of our Investment Counselors who’s helped many of RealWealth members do 1031 exchanges from California to other states, and also my husband, a California landlord and attorney. To learn about the top 3 benefits of exchanging your California rental property for properties in other states read this article!

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1031 Exchange Timeline: 8 Steps To Avoid Paying Capital Gains

1031 Exchange Timeline: 8 Steps To Avoid Paying Capital Gains

At RealWealth we come across a lot of investors who don’t think much about doing a 1031 exchange until after they’ve sold their property and are in the 45 day crunch time window. While we can definitely still help people in this situation find quality replacement properties and boost their cash flow, it’s generally better to decide to do an exchange ahead of time. This can allow for proper planning and strategy. Below we will outline the typical 1031 exchange timeline that real estate investors should follow if they want to avoid paying capital gains tax.

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