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Real Estate as an Investment in 2017

09 May, 2017

Real Estate as an investment in 2017 is a great option, but the old saying “location, location, location,” still stands true this year. A typical scenario we see all the time at Sports Relocation, Inc., is the athlete who signs a new contract. Signing that contract means more money, and more money means thoughts of investment.  Let’s face it, the average playing lifespan of a professional athlete is only seven years, seven out of seventy or eighty for the entire life, so it is importan [...]

Athlete Relocation and Real Estate Investment: A Natural Team

01 June, 2016

Why are athlete relocation and real estate investment a natural team? Think about it! Every professional athlete comes from some city, his/her home city, the place where they live, where they were born, where they have settled down….and….every professional athlete plays his/her sport in another major city for his/her team.  During the season those athletes spend four, five or six months in the home team city, and six, seven or eight months in their regular city of residence. Fe [...]

Athlete Relocation and Investment Opportunities

20 November, 2014

Let’s turn our discussion, today, to the topics of athlete relocation and investments. Did you know that Canada is the biggest foreign buyer of U.S. commercial property, and has been for the past four years?  The Canadians have purchased 1,530 commercial properties for a total of $43.4 billion, and that expenditure is four time that of second-place China.  Evidently this is partially because most of the commercial properties in Canada are tightly controlled by domestic pension funds, [...]

Buying a Fixer Upper for a Real Estate Investment

24 February, 2015

The problem with buying fixer-uppers for real estate investment is that they need….fixing!  That may seem like a ridiculously obvious statement, but it is one that needs repeating. If you are thinking of doing this for an investment, remember that major repairs to a home are very, very costly, so if you don’t have the skills to roll up your sleeves and do the majority of the work yourself, this kind of investment may not be for you. If you do have the skills, then you need to cons [...]