• Is Solar Energy a Good or Bad Investment? | Ask a Fool

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  • Solar PPA Model FAQs (Part 1)

    Solar Boot model FAQs (Part 1) 1. How does solar PPA / BOOT Model work? In solar PPA / Boot model, a third party investor invests money to set up a rooftop solar project on your building/factory rooftop. You get into a power purchase agreement with this investor, agreeing to purchase power that is generated from this project at a particular tariff This tariff is lesser compared to the tariff that you currently pay the DISCOM, hence you get to save on electricity costs. The power purchase agreement is signed for a period of 15 - 25 years. After PPA period, the project is transferred to you free of cost This model allows you to save electricity costs by switching to solar, with 0 initial investment required from your end. 2. Who performs O&M...

    published: 04 Jul 2016
  • Solar Tax Credit Exchange Program (90 sec) for Investors

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    published: 18 Dec 2015
  • Mexico Energy Partners is a Leading Investor in Solar Energy

    The fund at Mexico Energy Partners invests in companies and projects in exploration and production, midstream, power, and renewable energy. https://www.mexicoenergyllc.com.mx/ https://www.facebook.com/mexicoenergypartners/ https://plus.google.com/+MexicoenergyllcMx-mexico-energy-partners https://twitter.com/MexicoEnergyLLC 30 Wall Street, 8th floor New York, NY 10005 United States info@mexicoenergyllc.com

    published: 14 Apr 2017
  • Solar for property investors - here's how it works

    Here's a quick and easy look at how property investors can profit from a solar installation.

    published: 10 Mar 2015
  • Why Private Investment Works & Govt. Investment Doesn't

    From transportation to energy, and everything in between, should the government invest money in as many promising projects as possible? Or would that actually doom many of those ventures to failure? Burt Folsom, historian and professor at Hillsdale College, answers those questions by drawing on the fascinating history of the race to build America's railroads and airplanes. Donate today to PragerU: http://l.prageru.com/2eB2p0h Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! http://www.prageru.com You can support PragerU by clicking here: https://www.classy.org/checkout/donation?eid=60079. Free videos are great, but to continue producing...

    published: 25 Apr 2016
  • Investing in solar rooftop technology in Honduras

    Invema, an innovative recycling company in Honduras, invests in solar energy to expand its business and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

    published: 10 Feb 2016
  • 5 Solar Companies Stocks to Watch for 2017, 2018, and 2019

    Some of the best and biggest companies in the solar industry that you might want to keep an eye on. Solar is approaching being cheaper than coal, and already is in some parts of the world. These stocks are cheap now because of uncertainties in demand but as it clears up, they should go up. FSLR First Solar, Inc. SPWR SunPower Corporation CSIQ Canadian Solar Inc. SEDG Solaredge Technologies Inc TSLA Tesla Inc (solar shingles)

    published: 20 Mar 2017
  • Solar mini investor

    Mini investors

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  • Woerman Group officially the biggest investor in Solar Energy

    The use of Solar Energy has become an important area of investment for the Woerman Brock Retail and Wholesale Group. The Group continues to invest millions of dollars in the installation of solar panels at its different outlets nationwide. The latest installation is at Woerman Brock in Windhoek's Olympia surburb. This is the biggest private investment in solar energy in the country to date.

    published: 05 Nov 2013
  • Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary on why he's not investing in energy

    Kevin O'Leary from the U.S. reality TV show Shark Tank has a brash style which has been part of his success as a businessman and investor. CCTV America reporter Patrice Howard spoke to O’Leary about how investors can find opportunities in today’s market. O'Leary is a self made multi-millionaire with an estimated net worth of 400 million dollars. Like the entrepreneurs that appear on Shark Tank, O 'Leary started with a big vision, but small funds. He launched an educational software company from his basement which he eventually sold to toy giant Mattel for 3.7 billion dollars. It was one of the largest deals ever in the consumer software industry. O'Leary has since founded his own mutual funds company and has invested in dozens of ventures.

    published: 03 Feb 2016
  • Tesla - Solar City Deal. How will this Impact Investors?

    Tesla’s Solar City Bail-In Super synergies, or messy meltdown? TSLA, SCTY When I saw the news on Tuesday evening just after 5pm ET, I said for the first time ever that I wanted to be short shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA). That’s because the buyout of “sister” company Solar City (SCTY) for roughly $2.5 billion doesn’t look good on the surface. And for richly valued companies who have been given a pass because of their visionary CEO, not looking good can lead to an investor exodus. Here’s what I told clients in a note on Tuesday night… Forget Brexit! We've Got a Thermonuclear Musk-et Backfire! Just when I thought it was going to be another sleepy day to sell the rally before Brexit (or Bremain, since I still think it's a sell either way), the day got really interesting. No, not the Fed...

    published: 22 Jun 2016
  • Solar-Panel-Investment.mov

    Emerging Property are proud to present this time limited solar panel investment which is index linked, guaranteed for 25 years and backed by the UK Government. As with all of our investments its completely hands-free for the investor. To read more and download the investor report visit: http://www.emergingproperty.co.uk/investment-property/united-kingdom/uk-solar-panel-investment.html

    published: 24 Aug 2011
  • Managing Risks in Large Solar Energy Projects

    Large renewable energy projects require substantial capital investments, and depend on predictable, long-term cash flows in order to provide investor returns that can attract that capital. Developers, operators and investors should understand the risks, and how to mitigate them. Key questions that will be addressed in this insightful webinar include: What are the risks in renewable energy projects, and to which party can they be assigned? How can risks be managed, and at what cost? Which risks can be eliminated? Join us with energy risk expert, Christopher Lohmann , VP of Alternative Energy Solutions, Energi, Inc., to learn more as he shares insights and experiences on this essential topic.

    published: 21 Nov 2015
  • Nanogram Solar Investor Promo

    Promotional video to explain Nanogram's exciting solar technology to investors, strategic partners, and industrial customers.

    published: 25 Mar 2014
  • Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education

    Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education - Andy answers some viewers questions about property investing. Getting Started Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKIbjdrclB1cYPa3JvgRtM_-_6P8jWRUC HMRC Self Assessment Website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-revenue-customs Share this video: https://youtu.be/lRSb3dkw__g Subscribe To My Channel to Get More Great Information http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Monoperty See my blog post: http://monoperty.com/equity Andy Walker is the creator of monoperty.com, where he blogs online as a property investor and landlord, sharing what works, and what doesn’t, to help you start or expand your property portfolio. Check out Andy’s informative video...

    published: 15 Apr 2016
Is Solar Energy a Good or Bad Investment? | Ask a Fool

Is Solar Energy a Good or Bad Investment? | Ask a Fool

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Solar PPA Model FAQs (Part 1)

Solar PPA Model FAQs (Part 1)

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Solar Boot model FAQs (Part 1) 1. How does solar PPA / BOOT Model work? In solar PPA / Boot model, a third party investor invests money to set up a rooftop solar project on your building/factory rooftop. You get into a power purchase agreement with this investor, agreeing to purchase power that is generated from this project at a particular tariff This tariff is lesser compared to the tariff that you currently pay the DISCOM, hence you get to save on electricity costs. The power purchase agreement is signed for a period of 15 - 25 years. After PPA period, the project is transferred to you free of cost This model allows you to save electricity costs by switching to solar, with 0 initial investment required from your end. 2. Who performs O&M ? Who will bear the cost of O&M. O&M will be performed by the Solar Investors . The returns to the investor are better for plants with higher uptime, as such plants have higher total electricity generation. Hence the investor takes care of O&M and ensures that plant remains defect free. Only the cleaning & watering of plant is to be done by the roof owners. All O&M cost will be managed by solar investors. 3. What is the PPA term ? PPA term is the number of years the power purchase agreement is signed for. That is, for how many years you agree to purchase power from the solar project. The usual term of solar ppa is between 15 to 25 years. PPA tariff lower then your DISCOM tariff Higher the PPA term,lower the tariff After PPA term plant is transfer to you . 4. Can this be installed at my land at some other place and power used at this premise ? You can. But you will have to pay charges to the distribution company , which will increase the landing rate of solar power . This will fall under open access power purchase and typically suitable for consumers with very large energy consumption on everyday basis. 5. Can I disconnect my electricity connection from grid after solar installation ? No , there are two reasons why it is not possible only a portion of client’s electricity requirement is available from solar plant. You will be needing electricity during time when sufficient sunlight is unavailable. So after solar installation also, electricity connection will be required in almost all cases. 6. What will happen to the power generated on holidays ? There are two possibilities . If you have net metering scheme with your DISCOM, the energy produced during holidays is fed into the grid to generate credits for the roof owner . This can be used at a later time when power requirements are higher than what is produced by the solar PV system. If no net metering scheme is available, the power produced on holidays, will remain unutilized.
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Solar Tax Credit Exchange Program (90 sec) for Investors

Solar Tax Credit Exchange Program (90 sec) for Investors

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Mexico Energy Partners is a Leading Investor in Solar Energy

Mexico Energy Partners is a Leading Investor in Solar Energy

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The fund at Mexico Energy Partners invests in companies and projects in exploration and production, midstream, power, and renewable energy. https://www.mexicoenergyllc.com.mx/ https://www.facebook.com/mexicoenergypartners/ https://plus.google.com/+MexicoenergyllcMx-mexico-energy-partners https://twitter.com/MexicoEnergyLLC 30 Wall Street, 8th floor New York, NY 10005 United States info@mexicoenergyllc.com
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Solar for property investors - here's how it works

Solar for property investors - here's how it works

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Here's a quick and easy look at how property investors can profit from a solar installation.
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Why Private Investment Works & Govt. Investment Doesn't

Why Private Investment Works & Govt. Investment Doesn't

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From transportation to energy, and everything in between, should the government invest money in as many promising projects as possible? Or would that actually doom many of those ventures to failure? Burt Folsom, historian and professor at Hillsdale College, answers those questions by drawing on the fascinating history of the race to build America's railroads and airplanes. Donate today to PragerU: http://l.prageru.com/2eB2p0h Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! http://www.prageru.com You can support PragerU by clicking here: https://www.classy.org/checkout/donation?eid=60079. Free videos are great, but to continue producing high-quality content, contributions--even small ones--are a must! FOLLOW us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prageru Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: https://www.prageru.com/student-ambassador-program For Educators: https://www.prageru.com/educators Sponsor a Student: https://www.prageru.com/become-pragerforce-sponsor Script: In 2011, a solar power company called Solyndra declared bankruptcy. A company going bankrupt is not news. But Solyndra was not just any company. Its biggest “investor” was the federal government which had given it $500 million dollars. That was news. But, really, it shouldn’t have been. If history is any guide, it was quite predictable. The government is a very poor investor. And always has been. There are countless examples, but two should serve our purpose here. After the Civil War, American leaders were anxious to bind the country’s North, South, East, and West regions together with transcontinental railroads. Congress therefore gave massive federal aid to build the Union Pacific, the Central Pacific, and later the Northern Pacific Railroads. But all three of these roads had huge financial problems. The Union Pacific, for example, was mired in financial scandal from its inception, went bankrupt several times, and had to rebuild large sections of track thanks to shoddy construction practices. At that same time, James J. Hill, with no federal aid whatsoever, built a railroad from St. Paul to Seattle -- the Great Northern. How was Hill able to do with private funds what the Union Pacific failed to do with a gift of tens of millions of federal dollars? The starting point is incentives. The Union Pacific was paid by the government for each mile of road it built. It was in the railroad’s interest not to build the road straight. The more miles it took the UP to cross Nebraska, for example, the more money it made. Hill, by contrast, used his own capital. To make a profit, he had to build his Great Northern Railroad sturdy and straight. Hill’s company remained in business for almost a hundred years until 1970 when it merged with other railroads. The original Union Pacific, riddled with corruption and numerous other financial misdeeds, including the wholesale bribery of public officials, went broke within ten years. The story of the airplane is even more stark. By the opening of the twentieth century, the major nations of Europe and America were frantically at work trying to invent a flying machine. The first nation to do so would have a huge military and commercial advantage. In fact, leading American politicians of the day, such as Teddy Roosevelt, President William McKinley, and others argued that building an airplane was a national emergency. There was no time, they argued, to wait for private industry to get the job done. The government needed to pick the best aeronautics expert and give him the money he needed. That expert was Samuel Langley, the president of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution and holder of honorary degrees from Harvard, Yale, Oxford, and Cambridge. Langley was already an accomplished inventor and he had written a highly praised book Experiments in Aerodynamics. Federal officials gave Langley funds for two trial flights. He immediately set to work. His theory was that his plane needed to be thrust into the air from a houseboat on the Potomac River. The big engine on the plane would then propel it through air for several minutes. When his first attempt failed, and the plane splashed into the river, Langley was not deterred. But when his second flight did no better, Langley and the politicians gave up. If Langley, with the full backing of the government, could not solve the problem, people simply assumed that it could not be solved. Indeed, The New York Times wrote that human flight might take a million years to accomplish. For the complete script, visit https://www.prageru.com/courses/history/why-private-investment-works-govt-investment-doesnt
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Investing in solar rooftop technology in Honduras

Investing in solar rooftop technology in Honduras

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Invema, an innovative recycling company in Honduras, invests in solar energy to expand its business and lower greenhouse gas emissions.
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5 Solar Companies Stocks to Watch for 2017, 2018, and 2019

5 Solar Companies Stocks to Watch for 2017, 2018, and 2019

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Some of the best and biggest companies in the solar industry that you might want to keep an eye on. Solar is approaching being cheaper than coal, and already is in some parts of the world. These stocks are cheap now because of uncertainties in demand but as it clears up, they should go up. FSLR First Solar, Inc. SPWR SunPower Corporation CSIQ Canadian Solar Inc. SEDG Solaredge Technologies Inc TSLA Tesla Inc (solar shingles)
https://wn.com/5_Solar_Companies_Stocks_To_Watch_For_2017,_2018,_And_2019
Solar mini investor

Solar mini investor

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Woerman Group officially the biggest investor in Solar Energy

Woerman Group officially the biggest investor in Solar Energy

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The use of Solar Energy has become an important area of investment for the Woerman Brock Retail and Wholesale Group. The Group continues to invest millions of dollars in the installation of solar panels at its different outlets nationwide. The latest installation is at Woerman Brock in Windhoek's Olympia surburb. This is the biggest private investment in solar energy in the country to date.
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Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary on why he's not investing in energy

Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary on why he's not investing in energy

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Kevin O'Leary from the U.S. reality TV show Shark Tank has a brash style which has been part of his success as a businessman and investor. CCTV America reporter Patrice Howard spoke to O’Leary about how investors can find opportunities in today’s market. O'Leary is a self made multi-millionaire with an estimated net worth of 400 million dollars. Like the entrepreneurs that appear on Shark Tank, O 'Leary started with a big vision, but small funds. He launched an educational software company from his basement which he eventually sold to toy giant Mattel for 3.7 billion dollars. It was one of the largest deals ever in the consumer software industry. O'Leary has since founded his own mutual funds company and has invested in dozens of ventures.
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Tesla - Solar City Deal. How will this Impact Investors?

Tesla - Solar City Deal. How will this Impact Investors?

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Tesla’s Solar City Bail-In Super synergies, or messy meltdown? TSLA, SCTY When I saw the news on Tuesday evening just after 5pm ET, I said for the first time ever that I wanted to be short shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA). That’s because the buyout of “sister” company Solar City (SCTY) for roughly $2.5 billion doesn’t look good on the surface. And for richly valued companies who have been given a pass because of their visionary CEO, not looking good can lead to an investor exodus. Here’s what I told clients in a note on Tuesday night… Forget Brexit! We've Got a Thermonuclear Musk-et Backfire! Just when I thought it was going to be another sleepy day to sell the rally before Brexit (or Bremain, since I still think it's a sell either way), the day got really interesting. No, not the Fed's report on how expensive P/E multiples are. I'm talking about Elon Musk trying to implode his own Solar System! From the second I heard the news after 5pm ET, I thought 3 things... 1) The class action lawyers are throwing a party about the huge lawsuits they are going to have. 2) Musk has jumped-the-shark with his premature vision of an "integrated, alternative energy-transportation" company. 3) Short TSLA shares immediately above $210 cause they are going toward this year's low at $140 #3 already worked out good in AH as shares fell to $193. But I should clarify that I actually respect Musk and his vision after I learned more about what has driven him. I just know that Wall Street has given him a lot of leeway with his multiple dreams and he may have just taken advantage of it that free pass. Why would there be lawsuits? Because there always are in takeovers. But this one is so easy to throw darts at it's not even funny. He's saving one of his companies -- one of his babies, really! -- using the other kid's (shareholders') money (TSLA shares). I don't know how it got past both boards. Unless everybody just says yes to Elon. Why would the stock go toward this year's low at $140? Because that's what happens when Wall Street has given you every chance and then you go a little more "off the reservation." You will start to see it at the margin at first, but slowly, this analyst and that hedge fund are going to back away and go neutral on TSLA (sell their shares). The shorts smell blood like never before. They will take every bit (or a lot) of hot air valuation out of it. We may buy puts or short the stock tomorrow. Stay tuned. (end of Tuesday evening private note to clients) Blindingly Obvious, or Just Brazen? Well, the blood is definitely in the water today as SCTY shares give back most of the implied premium of the potential deal and TSLS shares flirt with $205 before heading back below $200 again on very heavy volume of nearly 20 million shares (four times average). And many analysts are also less sanguine than they were at this time yesterday. Barclays analysts noted "While no doubt the Tesla bulls will hail the combination as visionary, we believe the assumption of another $2.6 billion of debt to fold in a solar company with limited synergies and uncertain growth/cash prospects only reinforces our negative view of TSLA." And Oppenheimer analysts downgraded their rating to Market Perform and removed their $385 price target in view of the new uncertainties. In the video that accompanies this article, I discuss those "uncertainties" with my colleague Dave Bartosiak. And we also review the long-standing Solar City short thesis of hedge fund manager Jim Chanos who today told CNBC "the "brazen Tesla bail-out of SolarCity is a shameful example of corporate governance at its worst." Further, in an article by CNBC's Jennifer Ablan, Chanos was quoted as saying "SolarCity, whose bonds were yielding 20 percent yesterday, is a company headed toward financial distress. It is burning hundreds of millions in cash every quarter, a burden that now Tesla shareholders will have to bear, at a total cost of over $8 billion." Watch our video and get all the color. Disclosure: I am short Tesla shares and long puts for the Zacks Tactical Trader portfolio. Kevin Cook is a Senior Stock Strategist for Zacks Investment Research where he runs the Tactical Trader portfolio.
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Solar-Panel-Investment.mov

Solar-Panel-Investment.mov

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Emerging Property are proud to present this time limited solar panel investment which is index linked, guaranteed for 25 years and backed by the UK Government. As with all of our investments its completely hands-free for the investor. To read more and download the investor report visit: http://www.emergingproperty.co.uk/investment-property/united-kingdom/uk-solar-panel-investment.html
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Managing Risks in Large Solar Energy Projects

Managing Risks in Large Solar Energy Projects

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Large renewable energy projects require substantial capital investments, and depend on predictable, long-term cash flows in order to provide investor returns that can attract that capital. Developers, operators and investors should understand the risks, and how to mitigate them. Key questions that will be addressed in this insightful webinar include: What are the risks in renewable energy projects, and to which party can they be assigned? How can risks be managed, and at what cost? Which risks can be eliminated? Join us with energy risk expert, Christopher Lohmann , VP of Alternative Energy Solutions, Energi, Inc., to learn more as he shares insights and experiences on this essential topic.
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Nanogram Solar Investor Promo

Nanogram Solar Investor Promo

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Promotional video to explain Nanogram's exciting solar technology to investors, strategic partners, and industrial customers.
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Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education

Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education

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Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education - Andy answers some viewers questions about property investing. Getting Started Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKIbjdrclB1cYPa3JvgRtM_-_6P8jWRUC HMRC Self Assessment Website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-revenue-customs Share this video: https://youtu.be/lRSb3dkw__g Subscribe To My Channel to Get More Great Information http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Monoperty See my blog post: http://monoperty.com/equity Andy Walker is the creator of monoperty.com, where he blogs online as a property investor and landlord, sharing what works, and what doesn’t, to help you start or expand your property portfolio. Check out Andy’s informative videos and join the conversation. If you have any questions, please leave a comment in one of the videos or head over to http://monoperty.com/ask. Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education 0:20 A thank you from me 1:10 Can my information be adapted for the German market? 2:22 Have I used solar power for any of my properties? 2:54 Do I need to pay tax if I have a lodger? 3:54 How do I begin raising the funds to get me started? Other Videos To Watch: The Power Of Leverage Explained https://youtu.be/XXdm96uoios Why Do Property Prices Go Up In Value? https://youtu.be/NgejmwlRZQI How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property https://youtu.be/sNaCrzBXVcM Other Great Resources: http://monoperty.com Connect With Me: http://www.facebook.com/monoperty https://twitter.com/monoperty https://www.linkedin.com/in/andywalker3 Property Investing Q&A: Solar Power, Do I Pay Tax On Lodging Income & More | Real Estate Education
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