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What is a 1031 Exchange?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // July 4, 2018

What is a 1031 Exchange?

In September 2017, we wrote in 1031 Exchange Elimination, the worry by real estate investors that Congress would eliminate the 1031 exchange. But after the Trump tax reform passed in late 2017, we can say the 1031 exchange is still alive. What is a 1031 Exchange? A 1031 exchange is mostly relevant for people with […]


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Bankruptcy Lawyer Omaha NE

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 27, 2018

Bankruptcy Lawyer Omaha NE

You feel like you can’t breathe by the financial chaos engulfing you. Maybe you should call bankruptcy lawyer Omaha NE. An Omaha NE bankruptcy lawyer will tell you owing an unpayable amount of debt are what bankruptcy laws are designed for. Their intent is to help you get assistance to make a clean break, a […]


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How to Find an Affordable Fixer-Upper

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 15, 2018

How to Find an Affordable Fixer-Upper

Should you buy a fixer-upper? Purchasing a fixer-upper can save you a decent amount of money on the purchase price. How to Find an Affordable Fixer-Upper.  A home in need of serious TLC can run into significant costs before it’s move-in ready. You need to ask yourself a few questions before deciding if buying a fixer-upper […]


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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Have a New Plan

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 13, 2018

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Have a New Plan

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have a new plan. The Washington Post tells us that Nebraskan employers seem willing to pay more to attract workers. Average weekly earnings have grown faster in Nebraska since 2014 than in all but two states — Delaware and Washington. Our unemployment rate is fourth-lowest in the United States over the past […]


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DIY Makes Sense

Posted by Shawn Simpson // June 6, 2018

DIY Makes Sense

Budget is a key factor in any renovation project. If you can save even a little bit of money at any stage of the process but still end up with the same result, it’s worth finding ways to cut costs. Do it Yourself or DIY makes sense. I think you need to have a frank […]


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We buy Omaha Houses for Cash

Posted by Shawn Simpson // May 16, 2018

We buy Omaha Houses for Cash

If you want to sell your house fast, invite us to do a walk-through. We buy houses in “as is” condition. Moreover, we buy Omaha houses for cash, meaning we don’t have to go to a lender seeking financing. We buy Omaha Houses for Cash How does our process work? We know your neighborhood and […]


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Two Words: Average and Median

Posted by Shawn Simpson // May 9, 2018

Two Words: Average and Median

In almost every news report about real estate we come across two words: average and median pop up, as in this report from Investopedia. “It’s no secret that rising home prices and fierce competition for low inventory are throwing a wrench into homebuyers’ plans. But for millennials, there are five cities in which it’s especially challenging […]


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So What Can You Do to Be the Best Competitor?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // May 2, 2018

So What Can You Do to Be the Best Competitor?

According to Mark Huffman, a consumer news reporter for Consumer Affairs since 2004, “This spring’s housing market is one of the toughest in memory, with rising prices coinciding with a declining number of homes for sale. So what can you do to be the best competitor? “For millennials, who tend to be purchasing their first […]


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Downsizing in Omaha

Posted by Shawn Simpson // April 25, 2018

Downsizing in Omaha

When you think on the word downsizing in Omaha, you might think of the movie filmed in Omaha. Omaha Magazine described the movie this way: “Alexander Payne’s new tragicomedy Downsizing imagines the fate of an overpopulated world hanging in the balance due to depleted natural resources. When scientists find a way to miniaturize humans, adventurous souls choose going […]


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Saving Money by Accelerating Mortgage Payoff

Posted by Shawn Simpson // April 18, 2018

Saving Money by Accelerating Mortgage Payoff

Have you seen the Interest rates rising lately? Experts suspect more of the same in the next few years. The FED has been trying to get overall inflation up to 2%. It seems to us that in some areas inflation is already higher than that. Look at rents, housing prices, healthcare, gasoline, and food. The […]


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