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Our society has shifted, in many ways, to a rental economy. From our personal lives—think Zipcar and Rent the Runway—to our professional lives, such as WeWork, we pay for services on a subscription basis now more than ever. So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that furniture is following suit. In 2017, a furniture rental company started from a…


If you’re new to real estate, you know there’s much to learn about the business—especially if you’re looking to rent out your property. To lighten the burden, you might consider hiring an individual or third-party company to help you manage your rental units. However, you’ll want to be exceptionally careful and considerate with your decision,…


INDIANAPOLIS — As the summer heat continues, the Marion County Public Health Department is cracking down on landlords and property owners to make sure they fix broken air conditioning units. When the health department gets a complaint, they do an inspection and if the tenant has an existing air conditioning unit that is not operating,…


Rental property ownership can be a rewarding path to financial freedom. However, whether the property is a vacation rental property that has tenants only renting for short periods of time, or an apartment building with year-round lessees, managing an investment property can also be intimidating, Without prudent safeguards in place to shield against lawsuits from…


Staying one step ahead in the uncertain and competitive real estate space can be a challenge. We started out the year with many experts predicting that sustainability would once again be a “trend” for 2019. This is not an “aha” moment for most of us: Green building and sustainability have been enduring trends in the…


During the foreclosure crisis nearly a decade ago, investors plowed into the housing market, buying millions of distressed homes and turning some of them into lucrative rentals. Now they have a new strategy: Buy new. This week, ERC Homebuilders is launching a “soft” IPO, hoping to raise $100 million to build more than 1,000 rental…


Since 2011, the Republican-controlled state Legislature — led by lawmakers who own rental properties — has enacted sweeping changes in landlord-tenant law, with most of the changes favoring landlords. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, who decides what bills advance to the floor  for a vote, is a major landlord in Whitewater and supported each bill. He’s…


I buy a lot of houses from the multiple listing service (MLS), which is where most homes that are for sale with real estate agents are listed. I happen to be a real estate agent/broker, which gives me a huge advantage when buying flips and rentals. Even if you aren’t an agent, you can still…


Dive Brief: There are 15 metro areas across the country on the verge of a housing crisis based on how their markets have performed since the housing bubble burst a decade ago, according to an analysis by 24/7 Wall St. The metro areas of Greeley, CO; Denver; Fort Collins, CO; Austin, TX; and Nashville, TN are the top…


Reports last week indicated that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the twin institutions that guarantee U.S. housing loans, could finally be on the brink of exiting their decade-long federal conservatorship. If so, it’d mark a sea change for multifamily finance. In captivity, the giant agencies had become the elephants in the housing debt markets: massive forces…

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