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When Congress voted last year to sharply reduce corporate income taxes, it undermined the nation’s largest subsidized housing program. This week’s federal spending compromise may help shore it up. The program, called the low-income housing tax credit, enables corporations to lower their taxes by helping to finance low-cost housing. Lower corporate tax rates made the credit…


Apartment rent increases slowed further in the first quarter, a development that, combined with faster wage growth, is expected to ease financial stresses for low- and middle-income households over the next couple of years. Average rent rose 2.3% to $1,310 in the first three months of the year, according to RealPage, a real estate technology…


Every property—whether it’s your primary home or one of many vacation homes—is an investment, something homeowners should keep in mind when dealing with all aspects of a property, including its amenities. And like so many things in real estate, location is key to determining which “extras” are most important. For instance, no luxury home in…


Property managers offered free rent to attract residents at roughly one-third (30.0 percent to 35.0 percent) of apartments in cities including Las Vegas, San Antonio and New York. As the percentage of vacant apartments creeps higher in cities and towns across the country, more property managers are offering months of free rent to potential residents to…


Purchasing an investment property is an exciting business venture. If your building is in good shape and you find the right tenants, you stand to earn a lot of money from your rental units. At first it may seem like a good idea to manage your own property and retain full control over costs, tenants and income. However, self-management can often be a headache: When something breaks down or your tenants…


In November 2018, voting ballots in California might include a question on rent control. Right now, California law restricts the spread of rent regulations on housing built after 1995, in addition to many older properties. Some housing advocates want to change that. A proposed law that would have allowed more rent regulation died in the state…


What are absolute deal breakers when it comes to a rental property? Technically, the answer is there are none—or just about none. Every piece of property has a value. Although, as Brandon Turner noted about one deal on the podcast I was lucky enough to be on, “…no matter how I did my numbers, in the end…


Investors, developers and builders across almost every metro area in the U.S are scrambling to keep pace with the growing demand for multifamily housing, especially apartment rentals. Market reports show that up to 90% of recent multifamily developments in major cities across the country have been rental apartments. What does this mean for the market?…


For most of us, the spring and summer seasons were over as swiftly as they came, which made the arrival of winter a bit unsettling. Preparing for winter, in general, is never easy because there are so many different circumstances to consider like snow, the bitterness of the cold, etc. As a landlord, winter months…


Kids are high-impact on rental properties. So why the heck would any landlord go out of their way to attract families? First, because families tend toward longer tenancies. Young adults in their 20s move frequently, as they bounce between jobs, date around, get married, and start having children. It’s a tumultuous time. Once they find…

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