Monthly Archives: February 2018

*REDUCED* 4615 Clairton Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15236

DHREA 28/02/2018

 

This commercial property with a fantastic location has just been reduced to $299,900!

This property is located on Rt 51 just south of the Brentwood Towne Square. 1st floor & basement retail space currently being used is a hair salon, but could be used for just about any small business. Property has been well maintained and features 15 off street parking spaces and multiple signs for advertising to the traffic driving by. The property also has a one bedroom apartment above for additional income that is rented.

 

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*REPOST* Free Pittsburgh Real Estate Investor Workshop with Alex Deacon!

DHREA 28/02/2018

This is a must attend if you are serious about maximizing your profits in the business of RE investment. Alex Deacon has nearly 30 years in the RE investment world and owns a sales brokerage and property management company. He buys and sells 3-4 properties a month. If you flip, buy and hold or wholesale there is a lot to know when it comes to your income tax return. We will share with you some of the secrets about using the new tax code to its full benefit by doing it correctly and in a way that will most likely keep you in line with the IRS and out of their cross hairs. We will have one of the best CPA’s in the State, Matt Stevans speaking on the topic.

He has nearly 30 years in the business and runs his own firm specializing in small business, personal and Real Estate investors. The first hour I will discuss analyzing a deal for long term buy and hold and show you the true ROI and how in the long run Real Estate is hard to beat when it comes to true long-term ROI.

The next Hour Matt Stevans will discuss how to use the new tax code to your benefit and what you should do and more importantly SHOULD NOT DO when filing your tax return.

• What to bring
Bring business cards and get ready to network with other investors and expand on your knowledge.
Remember you don’t have to be the smartest person in the room but you should network with them.

 

To RSVP please visit our meetup site!

Maximize your profits. Avoid the pitfalls and traps hidden in the new tax code

Saturday, Mar 10, 2018, 10:00 AM

Hampton Inn Bridgeville
150 Old Pond Rd Bridgeville, pa

15 Members Attending

• What we’ll do This is a must attend if you are serious about maximizing your profits in the business of RE investment. If you flip, buy and hold or wholesale there is a lot to know when it comes to your income tax return.We will share with you some of the secrets about using the new tax code to its full benefit by doing it correctly and in a wa…

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Relieve The Stress For Success

DHREA 27/02/2018

Downtime, decompressing, me-time, recharging, unplugging, de-stressing, or refreshing. Whatever you want to call it, it’s safe to say that most of us don’t spend enough time doing it. And if we don’t take time to de-stress, it can build up and make us feel unwell emotionally and physically. Needless to say, it’s super important to recharge, and here are five simple ways to that.

CREATE A CALM HOME SPACE

One reason you may feel stressed is because your home is cluttered. And sometimes, creating a calm, clear environment can help you de-stress. You can also create a calm space by lighting candles, switching on your fairy lights and keeping plants on your shelves and tables.

GO FOR A WALK

Walking is a wonderful way to give your thinking mind a break, or to help you break out of old thought patterns. No matter what the weather, step outside for a 20 minute walk to feel refreshed.

MEDITATE

When you practice meditation consistently, you can experience greater equanimity and also calm your nervous system. Consider trying it for 10 minutes each day for long-term benefits.

LISTEN TO MUSIC

From the time we wake up to the time we go to bed, we’re often stimulated and over stimulated. But when’s the last time you put on your favorite playlist and just listened? Not as background music, not as filler sound, but as an mindful act of listening? When was the last time you put in your favorite album (*ahem* Laterlaus *ahem*), and allowed yourself to get lost in the music? Try it! You’d be surprised by the benefits.

WRITE A LIST

When you’re stressed and frazzled, it may be because you have so much to do. To stop the overwhelm and worry, write lists. The act of writing is therapeutic by itself, but writing a list also helps settle your cerebellum because you’re focusing on a singular task, rather than allowing your mind to open 1,004 metaphorical browser windows for you to keep up with.

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TAKE A BATH

Treat yourself to a warm bath, which can help to relax and calm your entire body. If you have some bath salts (not that kind), essential oils, or other aromatherapy solutions, you can utilize those as well.

READ A BOOK

You probably read news feeds and social media platforms in your downtime. So, take a break and pick up your favorite book instead. Reading can help take your mind off whatever’s stressing you out and let you escape to another place.

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Alex Deacon’s Property Management Series: What Is Property Management?

DHREA 27/02/2018

 

In this special edition of Real Estate Investing w/ Alex Deacon, “The Deacon of Real Estate” discusses the art of property management, what it is, and how to succeed. Alex also delivers details about his own venture, MACE Property Management, and shares personal experiences to help you maximize your potential and guarantee success!

For more information regarding MACE Property Management, visit MACEpgh.com!

 

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