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Danette J. Ellerman

Danette J. Ellerman

Investment Rental Properties: When It’s Time to Buy or Sell

How does one determine when to sell a rental property investment? If you are going to buy rental properties – having a plan in place for the appropriate time to sell is important. I have worked with many individuals over

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What Constitutes Separate Property in Virginia?

Separately owned property does not automatically become marital upon marriage, even when it is placed into joint names. If one party invested separate funds into a marital asset, if they can trace out or prove that investment, they may be

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How to Rent My Property

One of the most common questions landlords often ask of us is “I can’t find tenants – please can you help me rent my property?” or “what do we need to do to rent my property quickly?”. Often we are

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5 Reasons Why Investing in Property in Hull Will Create Wealth

This article aims to educate the reader on the 5 fundamentals of professional property investing specifically focused on the city of Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The topics covered Leverage Return on Investment Rental Demand Stress Testing Exit

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An Unconventional Way to View the Property Market

I am going to discuss an interesting way to look at real estate investing that may be a bit unconventional to most property investors. A while ago, I watched a video by Charlie Munger, who is well-known as the business

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Should I Hire A Property Manager or Self Manage My Vacation Rental Property?

If you would like to begin renting your vacation rental property there are plenty of things you need to choose. One of the primary items to consider is if you wish to rent and promote your property alone or hire

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Yours, Mine and Ours: How Spouses Share and Transfer Property

For most married couples, the cornerstone of estate planning is the transfer of their biggest asset: their home. So it’s important that couples be aware of the many roads this process can take. Married couples who own real property together

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Profiting From Mismanaged Properties

Real estate investors instinctively pass on deals presented to them simply because the numbers don’t work. This is quite understandable, however sometimes a little more digging can uncover a simple reason for the property’s lack of cash flow. This issue

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Occupational Health: Core Areas of Knowledge and Competence

It is not possible to describe a highly complex and dynamic process such as occupational health nursing simply in terms of core activities or tasks. Occupational Health Nurse (OHA) are constantly learning new skills, adapting current practices to meet new

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Rebuilding the Tower of Babel – A CEO’s Perspective on Health Information Exchanges

Defining a Health Information Exchange The United States is facing the largest shortage of healthcare practitioners in our country’s history which is compounded by an ever increasing geriatric population. In 2005 there existed one geriatrician for every 5,000 US residents

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