It’s a small world but Disney is going to get a little bigger. See how a nominal price increase is making way for new additions to the theme park. Read more about it here.
March madness? More like parking madness. Game goers were faced with some pretty big parking fees for the big game. Read more about it here.
It’s basic supply and demand; high demand and low supply equals soaring prices. Parking is no exception, and it has become one hot commodity. With parking spaces selling for over a half million dollars it’s no wonder they are attracting real estate investors. Read more about it here.
The age-old question, what would you do with a million dollars? Travel the world, buy a house and a fancy new car, perhaps some new investments? If you live in SoHo, you might only have a parking spot to show for it. Read more about it here.
Have you ever pulled up to valet your car and became apprehensive about letting some kid park it for you? Say no more; Robot Ray is here to save the day. Meet Ray, a fully automated valet service. Read more about it here.
Need to find a parking spot? There’s an app for that! At least there was an app for that. A SF parking spot finder app has been sent a cease and desist order for violating local laws. Apparently you can’t rent space that isn’t yours. Read more about it here.
Aside from promising returns, real estate investment offers a wide range of benefits such as growth leverage, tax benefits and higher stability than other investments. Mike Shustek presents “Real Estate: The Good Investment” to walk through some of the pros and cons of real estate investment in the U.S. market. This infographic will give you […]
The real estate crash of 2008 affected all of us. The impact went beyond real estate and infiltrated many other aspects of the economy. After years of struggles, commercial real estate is bouncing back. Mike Shustek, a commercial real estate expert, presents an infographic walking us through the signs that commercial real estate is bouncing […]
When I first opened Vestin Group I remember how often I heard radio commercials targeted at small business owners, offering to handle services for their company that might otherwise swallow up their time and resources. By simply transferring many of the non-revenue responsibilities of employee management to these third-party companies, businesses better control costs and […]
The short answers are yes and yes. If you want to use an IRA for trust deed investing, your first step is to work with a self-directed IRA custodian company. These firms specialize in administering IRAs that are invested in alternative asset classes. When I say “alternative” classes I am simply referring to classes such […]