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The Five Keys to Investing Success

Editor’s note: This is a five-part series developed from Kiplinger’s most tried-and-true principles. It has helped thousands to reach enduring financial success.

Investing offers the best means to achieve your long-term financial goals. But any discussion of investing must begin with this simple truth: Investing requires taking risks. Your investment success depends in part on your ability to control those risks without passing up reasonable returns.

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How To Invest In Real Estate – Forbes Advisor

There are an endless variety of ways to invest in real estate, from taking out a home mortgage to building a property empire that spans the country. While the latter is probably out of reach for most of us, there’s no shortage of other options. What’s more, not all of them need to involve the headaches of financing and maintaining rental properties. Here are five strategies for adding real estate exposure to your investments.

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In Today’s News

CMBS Delinquency Rate Wraps Up 2020 On Lower Note

The Trepp CMBS (commercial mortgage-backed securities) delinquency rate continued to recede for the last month of 2020. After two huge jumps in May and June, the rate has now declined for six consecutive months.

Why it matters: The data in general points in a positive direction for the industries backed by these loans, but not all. Hotel loans in delinquency climbed for the second-straight month.

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Today on Millionacres

Here’s What a Democratic Senate Majority Could Mean for Real Estate

While it’s hard to look away from what’s happening in Washington right now, the apparent outcome of Georgia’s Senate races could mean some real changes in real estate in the months and years ahead.

Why it matters: Millionacres’ Maurie Backman looks at possible impacts on home affordability and tax incentives like 1031 exchanges as starters in that discussion. All depends on what happens as the dust settles in Georgia and in Washington.

via 5 at 5: Your Daily Digest for Real Estate Investing, 1/6/21