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Recently, the Mortgage Bankers Association predicted that multifamily lending was on track to set another record in 2018. And now that 2018 is over, we’re starting to get a look at just how good of a year it was for multifamily lending. And just as expected, it appears that multifamily mortgage lending finished the year off on a strong…


In 2010, at the height of the foreclosure crisis, the federal government watched nervously as hundreds of thousands of families lost their homes. Empty houses blighted neighborhoods, their shades drawn, their yards overgrown. Without some kind of intervention, federal officials worried, the housing market would continue in its free fall, prices would keep dropping for existing…


As of 2016, almost 37 percent of households in America were occupied by renters. That may entice would-be landlords to consider jumping into the market and buying property to rent, but making money from rental property can be challenging. Many landlords lose money, and although there are some other reasons why landlords may fail to turn a…


Let’s start with a basic premise: Single-family homes will rent toward the high side and higher of the local rent range. Side-by-side doubles will rent for less; duplexes (units above and below each other) will rent for even less, and three to four units in a single two-story building will often rent for less still….


Whether you’re buying or selling vacation rental real estate, success often comes down to good seasonal timing. There are benefits to buying and selling across all times of the year. Identifying the economic conditions and seasonal considerations that best align with your goals will help you know when it’s the right time to make your…


If a tenant has frozen pipes and calls the landlord or property manager to come fix the issue, who is supposed to pay for the maintenance?  Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi answers questions like this and many more from landlords and property managers around the country about their rentals. Dear Landlord Hank: We…


Being a landlord is a great way to make money. You get to invest in real estate (which will hopefully appreciate in value), and you get to provide housing for the citizen of a city that you love. But being a landlord can be hard work. After all, you’ve got to manage multiple properties if you’re going…


California is always different, somehow always better or worse than the rest of the country. This year there are two Californias. One that’s not much different than the rest of the country and one where real estate markets must be watched very carefully because home prices are getting into bubble territory. We used data from…


In a market that’s growing by the minute, landlords need to make the most of their properties to stand out from the crowd. True property optimization — minimizing costs while improving performance and increasing ROI — is still the name of the game for landlords across the U.S. As both a landlord and a broker, I’ve…

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