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in Appreciation, Cash Flow, Dayton, Dayton, Entrepreneur, Franklin, Investment Calculations, Investment Strategies, Middletown, Ohio, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

Single Family vs. Multi-Units: Is there a Better Option for Turnkey Investing?

Turnkey real estate investors generally have a preference for properties they purchase. Either they want single family or they’re more interested in multi-unit properties like duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes. There are pros and cons to both investment strategies (as with almost any investment). However, is there one clear cut winner? Let’s dive in and for…

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in Business, Dayton, Franklin, Investment Strategies, Middletown, Ohio, Property Management, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

Property Management: Is In-House or Third-Party Better?

Talk to anyone involved in turnkey real estate investing and they will tell you that property management can truly make or break you. Good property management? Your investment is well taken care of, tenants are qualified, and great returns are in store. Bad property management? Terrible communication, evictions galore, and you could end up losing…

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in Business, Dayton, Entrepreneur, Franklin, Investment Strategies, Middletown, Ohio, Real Estate Investing, Team News, Turnkey Investments

An Interview with Dani Lynn Robison; Co-Founder of Freedom Real Estate Group

Dani Lynn Robison is no stranger to real estate. In fact, she is a member of the esteemed Forbes Real Estate Council and is Co-Founder of her own turnkey investment business – Freedom Real Estate Group in Dayton, Ohio. With her rapid success in real estate over the past 10 plus years, we sat down…

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in Business, Cash Flow, Dayton, Dayton, Financing, Franklin, Investment Strategies, Middletown, Ohio, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

Purchasing Turnkey Properties with Cash vs. Financing

If you visit our dedicated turnkey website – www.TurnkeyOhio.com – you will notice that some properties are marked “Cash Only” and some are marked “Financing or Cash.” So, what’s the difference? Is there an advantage to buying with cash? Let’s break it down.   It all has to do with the appraisal. With a finance…

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in Business, Dayton, Entrepreneur, Ohio, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

10 Ways Dayton Continues to Impress Turnkey Real Estate Investors

We’ve been saying it for a while now – Dayton, Ohio is a fantastic place to invest in turnkey real estate property. But don’t take our word for it. Here are some fantastic things happening in the Dayton area to prove it. The greater Dayton region has seen steady growth in innovation and population since…

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in Cap Rates, Cash on Cash, Financing, Investment Calculations, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

Cap Rate vs. Cash On Cash – What’s the Difference?

Different strokes for different folks. Different calculations for different situations and comparisons. There is a difference between cap rates and cash on cash return and here’s what it is. WHAT IS A CAP RATE? Cap rate – or capitalization rate – is a measure of profitability of a real estate investment. More simply, it is how…

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in Dayton, Entrepreneur, Franklin, Middletown, Ohio, Property Rehab, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments

Can’t I do real estate investing myself?

HGTV has played a huge role in getting Americans interested in real estate. Specifically real estate investing and flipping. A show comes on with a dynamic duo, they buy a house, and within 30 minutes, you’ve got a completely rehabbed home selling for $100,000 more than their total investment. Sounds like a dream, right? Well…

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in Business, Franklin, Middletown, Ohio, Real Estate Investing, Turnkey Investments, Uncategorized

Middletown & Franklin, Ohio. The next best turnkey investment cities?

We know what you’re thinking. Middletown? Franklin? Where are these cities? Well. They’re perfectly situated between Dayton, Ohio and Cincinnati, Ohio; two of Ohio’s largest cities. In fact, the Cincinnati and Dayton metro area is the 18th largest metro area in the United States (just behind San Diego). Although it doesn’t quite have the official…

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