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When an investor allocates capital to a real estate investment, they implicitly accept some level of risk with the expectation of achieving a positive return. The best of them have an uncanny ability to maximize return while managing or mitigating risk. When evaluating a potential deal, it is common to analyze several types of risk:…


The commercial real estate industry is bracing for disruption brought on by the coronavirus crisis, but a new survey by Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) suggests that the multifamily market may be a safe place to shelter during a time of turbulence. Nearly two-thirds of respondents to the survey said their firms expected only a slight decrease…


Introduction Bed bug infestations have been a nightmare for apartment managers. Apartment communities have seen their pest management expenses go from $30,000 to over $100,000 in a single year. Many apartment managers have admitted to hiring and firing 3 or 4 pest management companies because none were able to get the bed bug problem under…


State capitals are not just dull administrative hubs. At least not anymore. In fact, some state capitals boast outstanding rent-to-income ratios, very low crime rates, and impressive shares of high-end apartments. In its most recent RENTCafe article, researchers ranked the state capitals by factoring in their renter share, the quality of apartments, rent-to-income ratio, and crime rate. The results will…


Buying a rental investment property (or multiple rental properties!) is a great move to build wealth, diversify your investments, and possibly even generate some monthly income. And while you may be excited to get started, it’s not as easy as it looks, so take your time. Consider your reasons behind investing and lay out your plan of attack early so you don’t…


Although homebuying season seemed to have arrived early this year, Zillow says that homes listed in May generally sell for more than other times during the year. In fact, the Mortgage Bankers Association said that January 2020 was the strongest January for purchase mortgage applications in 11 years. Even so, as the weather heats up, American home shoppers continue to come out…


Online shopping has decimated brick-and-mortar retailers, spurring the most innovative retailers to fight back with exceptional customer service and memorable in-store experiences that can’t be replicated online. They realize digital interactions can be cold and alienating, and consumers not only want but still need face-to-face interactions. Call it the personal touch. It’s a lesson multifamily…


While modular construction still only accounts for nearly 5 percent of all commercial construction, multifamily is the fastest-growing segment within the industry, according to research by the Modular Building Institute. In 2017, MBI found that manufacturers built a little more than 1,100 modular apartment units in the U.S. In 2018, that number more than doubled to 2,300…


As many experts forecasted, fears surrounding the coronavirus have seeped into various financial markets and now the effects are being felt as the US stock market took a major hit this past week. But while other markets are being negatively affected, the real estate market remains on top. Now could be a good time to invest in real estate or refinance…


As the industry ponders the effects of iBuyers and whether or not the consumer can be trusted to make informed decisions on their own, it is important to look at the health of housing in general. The housing industry in every aspect, from real estate to lending to title, is generally dependent on one thing and one…

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