Rethinking Real Estate: The Big Case For Small ... In: Real Estate Investing
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, but also very large, is the single-family rental industry. However, separating the rental housing sector into these two categories misses the mark. Allow me to introduce two alternative categories: small residential and large residential. I define small residential to include all single-family rental (SFR) homes and multifamily buildings with up to 49 units,...Read more >
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A new rent control law recently passed by the state of Oregon may be just the beginning of a trend. In several other states and cities, advocates are calling for new...
- Top Deductions For Landlords This Tax Season
Landlord Quick Tips
For many of us – business owners in particular – tax season is not the most wonderful time of the year. It’s often stressful and tedious, and we’ve all...
- Elizabeth Warren Wants To Break Wall Street's Stranglehold ...
Elizabeth Warren took aim last week at another pillar of Wall Street's empire: the rental housing market. In a portion of her updated version of her ambitious...
- Managing Property And Liability Risks When Renters Move
While tenants move every month of the year, peak rental season typically runs from April through September. Any time you experience a “changing of the guard” there...
Landlord Works To Combat Drug Activity In: Latest News,Property Management
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) — For one local property owner, having to deal with the scourge of drugs in his neighborhood is just part of doing business. "There is opportunity to go along with the problems," said Josh Dillingham, who owns two rental properties in Brattleboro and one in Hinsdale, New Hampshire. One of those properties is 133 Canal St., in Brattleboro. "This area is known for drug activity," said Dillingham, a billing coordinator at the Brattleboro Retreat. "But when I bought this place, the price was right because of the circumstances. The building is in good shape and I know if I wait long enough I can find decent tenants to move in and still make...Read more >
- Get Paid To Host Corporate Housing Through Zeus
Cookie-cutter corporate housing turns people into worker drones. When an employee needs to move to a new city for a few months, they’re either stuck in bland, giant...
- What Amazon’s Nyc Snub Means For Multifamily
By now, everyone in real estate, and likely the country, has heard that Amazon will no longer be opening its second headquarters in Queens, N.Y. Although it would have...
- Where Is Rental-property Investment Booming?
Real Estate Investing
Baltimore brings in the highest annual rental yields for landlords, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions. After analyzing single family returns in 432...
- The Kitchen Island Trend You Probably Haven’t Seen ...
Marketing Vacant Units,Remodel and Repair
When it comes to kitchen island ideas, you probably think you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. Sure, there are variations in cabinet colors, countertop...