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NEW: Article on Break-even Ratio

A new article to help real estate investors and agents understand the Break-even Ratio has been posted on the ProAPOD website entitled “How to Compute Your Investment Property’s Break-Even Ratio”.

The article explains the meaning of the ratio, why lenders use it when they are considering to underwrite a loan for rental income property, and the formula. Here’s an excerpt:

“Anyone who has been around real estate investing for any length of time is undoubtedly familiar with the term, Break-even Ratio, yet may not have a clue what is and why it’s used. So it seemed like a good idea to explain it.

Break-Even Ratio (or BER) is commonly used by lenders when they’re considering to underwrite a loan…”

The article is free to read courtesy of ProAPOD Real Estate Investment Software.

NEW: Article on the Benefits of Real Estate Investment Software

The article. “7 Ways Software Can Help Anyone Service Income Property”, written by James Kobzeff, the owner and developer of ProAPOD, was posted on ProAPOD’s real estate investment softwarewebsite on April 13, 2017.

The article shows real estate brokers, agents and investors seven ways that a quality software program can help them service investment real estate. For instance, never having to learn the various formulas required to compute property cash flows and rates of return because they are built-in to the software and compute automatically as you enter the property data.

Read the article…

So You Know

This is just one of many real estate investing articles freely available for reading to visitors of the ProAPOD website. To see the complete directory of articles, videos, and other helpful investor resources, visit the ProAPOD Learning Center…

NEW: Highest and Best Use Article

A new article entitled “Why Real Estate Investors Should Consider Highest and Best Use”, has been written by James Kobzeff, the owner and developer of ProAPOD Real Estate Investment Software, and was posted on the ProAPOD website, Mar 3, 2017.

The article intends to encourage real estate investors to consider each of their real estate investment properties in light of the highest and best use concept. Included are several examples of the types of property that might have more than one use and can yield a hidden profit with respect to its “highest and best use.”

Read the article…

So You Know

Highest and best use is just one of many real estate investing articles freely available for reading to visitors of the ProAPOD website. To see the complete directory of articles, videos, and other helpful investor resources, visit the ProAPOD Learning Center…