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REIMW has invested time and money into creating a library of useful materials pertaining to real estate investing. These items are usually offered for sale for a considerable amount of money. See what our library has to offer before buying.
Members are encouraged to take out books and tapes from the REIMW library. Click the link below to go to our library list. Once you select an item, send us an email and we will bring that item to the next meeting, or make arrangements to get it to you before the next meeting.
To take out an item you must be an REIMW member and write a check which will be returned to you once you return the borrowed item.
The world of Real Estate Investing is very exciting and there is a wealth of information available right at your fingertips on the web. Here are some sites to check out:
Note: We are not responsible for content or business conducted on these sites, so always perform "due diligence" before following recommendation or making purchases. With that said... check out these links:
Creative Real Estate Online. This is the grand-daddy of Real Investing Websites. Find a ton of information on investing from lease options, to rehabs, to mobile homes.
Mr. Landlord. The place to go for lots of Landlord resources, chat room, message board, catalog of products.
America's Note Network. Thinking about the Notes business. Check this site for info.
Nolo Press. Free articles regarding basic real estate issues. Publish great books on LLCs, Tax Savings for the Small Business Owner, etc.
HomesDatabase. Search the local MLS for up to date listings in DC, MD, VA
Yahoo...Comparable Home Sales Find out what houses are worth in a any location in the U.S.
Bigger Pockets Premier Real Estate Social Network & Real Estate Investing Resource Directory
Property Management Software Software Reviews
Landlord Tenant Information:
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION
Department of Permitting, Inspections & Enforcement
Rent Increase Freeze Bill Passes w. Amendments to Cap Rents at County Guideline Level