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Comparing Investment Valuation Tools – Part 3

One of the main drawbacks to valuing investments using the previously discussed calculations is that none of those methods factor in the time value of money. Time value of money is important because money today is worth more than money tomorrow.

Comparing Investment Valuation Tools – Part 2

Last week we looked at capitalization rates (cap rates) and cash-on-cash returns as measurements of investment value. Today we will highlight a few other ways you might see investments evaluated.

Comparing Investment Valuation Tools – Part 1

When you plan to invest in real estate, you will consider a lot more than the face value of the purchase price to determine the value of the investment. You will also look at the appraised value of the property, the comparative market analysis, or even the price per unit to determine if the property is a good investment for you.

Exchanging Personal Property - Part 2

Many business owners or investors may not think about exchanging personal property because personal property in most cases does not appreciate in value over time to cause a taxable capital gain upon the sale of such items. However, business owners and investors often depreciate personal property on an annual basis.

Exchanging Personal Property - Part 1

In your past property acquisitions, you have probably encountered situations when you’ve had opportunities to acquire additional items that related to your main purchase. A seller may have been willing to include appliances and furniture with the sale of a home. A seller of a factory or a farm may have been willing to include equipment and tools in the sale. If you were attempting to complete a 1031 exchange with these purchases, you were probably warned that these extra items would be considered boot and could trigger a taxable event.

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