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The Los Angeles City Council is expected to vote Wednesday to draft an ordinance that would bar landlords from establishing blanket bans on tenants with Section 8 vouchers. The law would extend protections against so-called source-of-income discrimination to people who pay with vouchers so they have a better chance to get off the streets or…


Are you thinking of getting started with real estate investing? Real estate investments — in all of their varied forms — continue to attract capital, because of their ability to provide solid returns in a world of falling interest rates. Real estate investment trusts (REITs) and private equity (PE) real estate funds have been helping to boost returns for…


This past February, Oregon passed a statewide rent control bill while other states, including New York, are attempting to introduce, renew and or strengthen rent stabilization laws. While these laws are often seen as benevolent towards tenants, many people are surprised to learn about the fallacy of rent stabilization. The fact of the matter is…


As the owner of multifamily real estate, your return on investment (ROI) does not solely rely on your ability to increase rents. One of the beautiful aspects of owning apartment communities is the ability to generate multiple streams of income from a single asset. Look to apply these principles to your current or next apartment…


As a property owner, being careful about choosing tenants you think will take good care of your rental home is an important part of the job. But sometimes, despite good screening practices, a tenant may collect a large number of items, filling the rooms with everything from clothing and knickknacks to trash and even animals….


Tax-delinquent properties can be both scary and very attractive to real estate investors. They can be risky if you aren’t aware of the full situation, but they may also be undervalued deals with lots of potential.  These properties are often sold at deep discounts to homebuyers, landlords and rehabbers, and tax lien certificates can be an…


It’s not exactly a secret that affordability for both home buyers and renters is shrinking. But how much is too much? This week, Freddie Mac released a paper analyzing rent-burdened housing markets across the U.S. and found that Miami and San Diego are the two most rent-burdened metros in the country. Freddie Mac’s analysis looks at four…


If the landlord has evicted a tenant, and the landlord does a sheriff’s lockout, and the tenant does not remove their personal property ( such as clothes, appliances, furniture) it is a big problem and headache for the landlord or manager. The personal property could be heavy furniture or a big screen television or any…


Borrowers have an unexpected second chance to get low-interest financing to buy or re-finance apartment properties, thanks to growing worries about the slowing U.S. economy. This month, officials at the Federal Reserve cancelled plans to raise benchmark interest rates in 2019, after a weak jobs report and lowered expectations for economic growth. So far, the…


What market is twice as big as the hotel industry and has not yet been disrupted by technology? The small residential industry. If you’ve never heard of it, there’s a reason. People often refer to multifamily as an industry representing all buildings/complexes with anywhere from two units to over 1,000 units. Less familiar to some,…

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