Investor Intel: Election Edition November 11, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News

American voters spoke loud and clear this week, electing a new president and passing several state-specific measures. While the stock market dropped sharply at first, it has since rallied sending 10-year Treasury yields above 2% for the first time in …

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Investor Intel: Did You File Your Taxes? April 15, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News

Mid-April is often the time when most of the country emerges from winter hibernation. It’s just warm enough for a light jacket and the flowers have begun their annual displays of color. Despite this bright spot, mid-April also brings a …

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How to Calculate Appreciation for Single-Family Rental Properties February 1, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

By Scott Pastel, VP of Marketing, Marshall Reddick Real Estate

It’s common knowledge that real estate is an appreciating asset. However, we all know that geographic markets across the country can perform very differently from one another. The question is, …

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Investor Intel: 2016 (and Interest Rates) Lift-Off December 11, 2015

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment


This week, the talk around Wall Street water coolers is the strong probability interest rates will start their gradual rise after the Fed meeting Wednesday, Dec. 16th. U.S. economic fundamentals are strong. According to the Bureau of Labor …

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October Investor Intel October 27, 2015

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment

The U.S. economy has continued its modest growth over the past few weeks, with the labor market remaining in good shape, and housing and consumer spending continuing to be the main driver, according to data released by the Fed …

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B2R Investor Intel for July July 27, 2015

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment

July began with a bang, as the big question was whether or not Greece would leave the Euro (it did not). Then there was China’s impending 1929 and Puerto Rico needing a bankruptcy lifeline, news which sent investors …

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