Rand on Real Estate: Why Now Has Never Been a Better Time to become a Landlord

RISMEDIA, Tuesday, June 21, 2011— Greg Rand, CEO of OwnAmerica.com hosts “Rand on Real Estate” on 77WABC Radio in New York, where this week’s discussion comes from a caller from Orange County who does not believe that this is a time to buy real estate. Rand addresses a question about the effects of shadow inventory on the market and gives his recommendation to buy now, noting it has never been a better time to become a landlord. Rand also tackles the issue of high taxes making it difficult to turn profits from investments from a caller in New Jersey.

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Greg Rand is the CEO of OwnAmerica, a company dedicated to teaching real estate professionals and consumers how to build wealth in American housing. “Rand on Real Estate” is a weekly video series where Rand offers his expert insights into how to grow wealth in the current real estate market. OwnAmerica also offers a web-based certification course for real estate agents who want to capture the residential investor market. Learn more about the course, “OwnAmerica Real Estate Investment Certification Program,” (OICP) by visiting OwnAmerica.com for details.
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