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Contributed by Ryan K. Bohl, CPA; Partner, Bohl and House Certified Public Accountants 1.     Greater control over your investment   When investing in real estate, you are in control of the investment.  You are able to choose who you want to rent to and can control your expenses through well written rental agreements.  You determine…

Wouldn’t it be nice to own a real estate investment with no money out-of-pocket invested in it? How about if you made money to create that investment? You may think these kinds of deals don’t exist anymore due to stricter lending standards, but a little creativity can prove this incorrect. Use a Trade to Create…

ESPN Magazine wrote an article about Anthony Tolliver’s off-court business ventures.  Highlighted in the article were details about SayUCan.com and Say You Can, LLC.  Also mentioned was Anthony’s partner and Developer, Kelly Byrne. Click the link below to read the entire article and find out more about Anthony Tolliver, Kelly Byrne, and the big thing’s…

I went to Joplin on Saturday, June 28 to help with the cleanup nearly a week after the F-5 tornado struck our neighboring town in Southwest Missouri.  Pictured above is Tracy Ellman.  Behind him is his two-story home that was in the middle of the path of the tornado just 4 blocks from the Wal-Mart…

Selecting the agent to represent you on a short sale is very important.  It requires more work on the part of the agent than does the average home sale.  They will need to negotiate with your bank and be very proactive as time is very much against you. Interview your potential agents and here are…

5.) Paint This may seem obvious but it’s amazing how far paint goes.  Most any surface can be painted and any painted surface looks neat, clean, and new. Trim Trimwork is usually in need of painting after a house has been lived in for a few years.  It’s a surface that gets touched a lot…

I wanted to take a minute to discuss Sherry Byrne’s comment on the blog post, “The Changing Real Estate Market and HUD Owned Properties.” She pointed out the new deed restrictions put into place by Fannie Mae owned properties. These restrictions are for a 3 month period after taking possession and limit the price you can resell the property for during that time to 120% of the price you bought it for.

Anthony Tolliver is a local hero in Springfield, Missouri.  Currently he plays power forward for the Minnesota Timberwolves, but he takes care of business on and off the court.  It’s been some time since he has lived in Springfield, but he’s still leaving his mark on this town. Anthony is half owner of Say You…

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