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How to keep the IRS from stealing your sh*t

Bad news: The government wants to take 50% of the profits from your building. Good news: Some nice legislator long, long ago stuffed the concept of depreciation into the tax code, keeping the tax man from succeeding. What’s “depreciation”? It’s a fake loss that allows you to use to reduce the amount of income you’re

Don’t walk into a rent control trap

Here’s a dangerous trap set for an unsuspecting buyer of an apartment building by a broker: “Live in one unit and have additional income or use this 2800 s.f. structure as a single family residence.” Let’s say you want to choose the later option. Can you? Absolutely not. At least, not without paying between $20,000-40,000

Imagine Your Building Burned to the Ground

When I look at a new building to buy, I almost always start by imagining it burned to the ground. Am I some kind of psycho? No, I’m not (at, least, not that I know of). I imagine my building in ruins because it helps me focus on the most important aspect of any property:

The Best Money I’ve Ever Spent

Out of the $500,000 we spent rehabbing my latest apartment building (here are some pics), the most important thing we bought cost $300.  What was it? Advice. We called in a great designer to pick colors for us. It took her 20 minutes of going through paint samples until she hit on the perfect combination

Median Silver Lake 2 Bed-Apartment Blows Past $2,100 / Month

Renters and Landlords know that the Silver Lake rental market is hot… but they might not know how hot.   The median asking rent for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment in Silver Lake in January was $2,195 per month.   Other interesting conclusions from the survey: Would you pay $250 per month for a

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