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If recent news regarding the impeachment of President Donald Trump has left you uncertain about what to do when it comes to your real estate investment portfolio, you’re certainly not alone. With new updates rolling out by the minute, keeping up with the latest news can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, most analysts that I hear from…


According to the National Association of Home Builders Housing Trend Report, only 21% of people planning to purchase a home think it’s getting easier to do so. On the positive side, it’s an improvement from last year’s report, when 19% of the survey respondents said the same thing. Conversely, 68% of homebuyers say they expect searching for…


Whenever I tell new real estate investors that I lost most of my properties and all of my cash in the market crash of 2007, they don’t say they are relieved that it wasn’t them, but I can see it in their eyes. Those same new investors grow perplexed then when I tell them that…


Owning and maintaining beachfront property has always come with a different set of considerations than inland homes. For starters, beachfront properties require mandatory flood insurance and often have higher property taxes and management costs. These additional expenses are well worth it for many homebuyers. The positive effects of coastal living are backed by science . It has…


Many have heard that owning investment property is a great way to build wealth. There is truth to that statement; however, having investment property isn’t like trying a new food. One can’t just jump on the investment wagon and hope for the best. There are many factors to consider: return on investment, reserves, management, vacancy…


BOISE, Idaho — Property taxes impact a lot of people. One group of people feeling the impact are landlords. When taxes on their properties increase that can lead to higher rents, which can further add to the affordable housing crisis in the Treasure Valley. Michelle Bailey isn’t just a real estate agent in Ada County,…


Second quarter data for 2019 reveal that approximately 42,000 homes were constructed as single-family built-for-rent homes over the last year—equal to the prior four quarter starts total—representing about 5 percent of single-family construction. Although the share of built-for-rent single-family homes remains a small percentage of the overall market, the number of units built continues to…


As 2019 enters its homestretch, the U.S. apartment remains in very good shape. According to a recent report from Yardi Matrix, “the average national occupancy rate has been above 95.0 percent for several years, and housing trends would indicate that demand will remain strong for some time to come.” Additionally, “rents have grown 2.9 percent through the…


When considering the depth and breadth of the real estate industry there are myriad opportunities that could be included from realtors, appraisers, inspectors and attorneys to architects, general contractors and tradespeople to all things supporting home ownership like insurance agents, home improvement stores and their staff. In fact, according to the NAHB, housing accounts for…


Given that opportunity zone (OZ) development is my firm’s core business, I am constantly reading and educating myself about how this young industry continues to evolve. I subscribe to all of the available blogs that cover the space and try to absorb as much as I can every week in order to learn more about…

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