NetGain Income Property Blog Brings Readers from Over 400 Cities in 45 Countries

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In just a few short years, has become a global authority on income property analysis. The principles utilized and recommended by NetGain are universal and apply to any country that allows and respects private ownership of land and its improvements., the leading Internet provider of independent, value-added income property analysis, has now attracted a following of readers from over 400 cities in 45 countries.

NetGain founder Allen Cymrot states "With new markets and vibrant economies being established on all corners of the globe, and with the rapid flow of information brought on by the Internet, it is a natural progression that individuals are seeking to minimize risk and maximize ROI with income property investment."

Each day a significant percentage of NetGain's visitors are from locations outside of the United Sates. Every continent (except Antarctica) and every major city as well as many small ones have profited from reading NetGain's proprietary essays and using the Web site's investment tools. The principles utilized and recommended by NetGain are universal and apply to any country that allows and respects private ownership of land and its improvements.

The Web site consists of the following four major sections:

Essays: NetGain authors biweekly essays that focus on contemporary issues that affect commercial real estate. The essays cover the crucial, "bottom-line" elements of income property investment. This original information was forged in the crucible of real world experience and timeless business principles, and cannot be found anywhere else on the Internet. The essays provides a broad informative overview.

National Income Property Index (NIPI)™: NetGain believes that the basis for determining income property value is the capitalization rate (cap rate). The cap rate is the truest financial summary of an income property's potential risk and/or appreciation. NIPI uses a formula that incorporates interest rates and unemployment rates for recommending realistic capitalization rates. The recommendations are monthly (unless deemed otherwise) with NIPI editorial updates bimonthly. NIPI is a critical tool for determining and negotiating a fair price for purchase, sale or appraisal validation.

Economic Valuation System (EVS)™: EVS is the most comprehensive due diligence checklist on the Internet. Using 122 criteria broken into seven indispensable categories, EVS offers a proactive evaluation of the subject property. EVS concludes your input with specific buy/hold/sell recommendations. EVS is the pathway to identifying and determining the extent of a property's future problems and potential possibilities.

Question and Answer Section (Q&A): Biweekly NetGain selects three questions that have contemporary relevance. The answers are unbiased, instructive and consistent with NetGain's primary goals.

Net Gain Real Estate is a wholly owned subsidiary of NetGainR.E.Inc. In addition to capitalization rate recommendations, bi-monthly essays, a comprehensive due diligence checklist, and an extensive question and answer section, investors may also find a composite index of REIT data at

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