Matthew Dilallo

Matthew DiLallo, Contributor

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Matt has been a Fool.com contributor since 2013. He has a bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies and an MBA from Liberty University. After working on the business side of a couple of non-profit organizations, he was finally able to follow his passion for investing when he started writing for the Fool's blog network.

Aside from investing in stocks, including many publicly-traded REITs, Matt has also invested in several crowdfunded real estate opportunities. He and his wife currently split their time between Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Charleston, South Carolina with their two cats.

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  • Feb

    24

    2020

    Investing in Farmland: A Real Estate Investor's Guide

    You no longer have to buy a farm to invest in farmland. Learn how several companies have made farmland investing accessible to more investors.

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  • Feb

    18

    2020

    Has the Retail Apocalypse Finally Started Hitting the CRE Market?

    Continued retail closures fourth quarter were not as well absorbed as in the past, suggesting that the retail apocalypse is finally impacting investors.

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  • Feb

    17

    2020

    Where Should You Invest in Student Housing in 2020?

    Investors have several potentially lucrative opportunities to invest in student housing.

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  • Feb

    14

    2020

    How Will Offices Fare in 2020?

    The U.S. office property market continues to meander along, which is impacting commercial real estate investors, especially in weaker markets.

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  • Feb

    14

    2020

    How Will the Industrial Sector Fare in 2020?

    Industrial real estate has been under pressure in recent quarters due to the trade war between the U.S. and China. The sector may see improvement …

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  • Feb

    13

    2020

    How This REIT Is Staying One Step Ahead of the Retail Apocalypse

    While store closings are hurting most retail property owners, one real estate company is taking action so they don't impact their long-term financial results.

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  • Feb

    13

    2020

    1 Storyline REIT Investors Should Keep an Eye on in 2020

    Plagued by sagging valuations, the management teams of master limited partnerships (MLPs) are exploring alternatives, including forming REITs.

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  • Feb

    1

    2020

    How to Start With Small Real Estate Investments

    Investors have lots of ways to get started in real estate. Some require a small upfront investment of as little as $100; others require more …

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  • Feb

    1

    2020

    What Is Business Property Tax?

    Businesses are responsible for a variety of taxes, including on many types of real and personal property, based on the property's value. They vary by …

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  • Jan

    30

    2020

    Understanding Personal Property Tax

    Several states levy taxes on personal property. Unlike real estate property taxes, these taxes are on the value of movable property like vehicles and boats.

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  • Jan

    28

    2020

    How Will Apartments Fare in 2020?

    Fourth-quarter apartment rental market fundamentals benefitted investors in certain regions. See what else could impact apartment investors in 2020.

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  • Jan

    28

    2020

    What Is Bridge Financing?

    Bridge financing provides the short-term funding that can help a homebuyer purchase a new home before selling their existing one.

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