The Real Estate Blog with a Twist
I’m Stacy Silva, Investor Relations Specialist at Hughes Private Capital. I recently returned to Hughes Capital after a several month absence, and I wanted to update you on what’s going on with me in case we haven’t spoken in a while.
According to a Gallup poll, 4 in 10 Americans “embrace some form of socialism,” or at least see socialism as a good thing.
California, the land of liberal regulations and taxation, continues to go down that path.
If you have been reading our content for a while, you’ve probably seen the word “volatility” pop up a few times, and it is no accident that we mention it often when we talk about our investing principles.
The U.S. Census Bureau: Small Business survey results were released recently, and my team and I took a deep-dive in to see how small businesses in the U.S. are faring this year.
I wanted to share this interesting article about “time discounting” written by Robert M. Sapolsky in the Wall Street Journal. I have discussed the “time value of money” before, but what about the “time value of time”?
Sir John Templeton — respected investor, banker, and fund manager — was on the right track when he said, “Diversify.
In stocks and bonds, as in much else, there is safety in numbers.”
Before you sell your investment property, STOP and read this article! It could not only save you hundreds of thousands of dollars and even millions in unnecessary tax payments, but it could also result in generations-worth of tax-free investing for you and your family.
Greg and I recently participated in a virtual business conference, and one session was an interview with marketing guru Dan Kennedy.
A few years ago, I wrote about how I stopped buying gas from 7-Eleven based on a rumor I heard.
I was recently a guest on the Carolina Hard Money for Real Estate Investing podcast. The podcast was also live-streamed, and you can view the recording here on YouTube or on Facebook.
In 1999, Warren Buffett made a speech about how he thought the stock market was overvalued and due for a correction. Of course, he was correct.
Real estate consultant John Burns was recently interviewed by Gary Beasley, founder of Roofstock, a Bay Area-based financial technology startup.
How do you feel about spiders? When it comes to common spiders, most of us realize they are not that deadly, yet many of us would categorize them as frightening – maybe even terrifying for some!
Remember the show “Kids Say the Darndest Things” with Art Linkletter? That always got me and the family laughing. I caught and recorded plenty of funny lines spoken by my own kids.