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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…


For the past several quarters, there has been a distinct hurry up and wait mentality among many seniors housing investors. We saw this partially reflected in 2018’s total transaction volume of $13.6 billion, which was a five-year low for the sector. The dip in transaction volume was partially due to a dearth of large-scale portfolio…


Once an investor acquires a few single-family residential properties, the management of each property can become a full-time job, with plenty of overtime. Running between properties to coordinate maintenance and completing administrative tasks can take its toll. This was the situation I found myself in while living in Vancouver, Canada, eight years ago. After consulting…


There are a lot of misconceptions out there about what it takes to get a great investment property at the best possible price. In my experience, foreclosed properties have always offered the most house for the money. These purchases, however, are more complicated than buying a house from a private seller, and often not for…


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…


High construction and land costs have determined developers to focus on luxury housing projects. Catering to underserved communities has become an even bigger challenge. A narrowing group of socially conscious investors is trying to fill a widening gap. According to Turner Impact Capital Founder & CEO Bobby Turner, nearly one in two households is considered…


Real estate attorney Roman Petra had a feeling that President Trump’s affinity for property might translate into benefits for investors when his administration proposed sweeping tax reform legislation. So when the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was signed into law, the Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel attorney dug in. Among the potential benefits…


Buying a property is always a great way to invest. However, there are several things to keep in mind before buying an investment property. How well you manage the proceedings will go on to determine whether your financial goals will be realized. You don’t have to be wealthy to buy an investment property. Yet it is extremely…


Earlier this year, a report from CBRE showed that there were more apartments built last year than in almost any other year since the 1980s. The report also showed where those apartments are being built, with the majority of the development (80%) coming from the top 20 markets. But are builders building where renters actually want to live? Do they really…


Since the introduction of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act in 2017, many real estate investors have wondered how these new rules and incentives affect their taxes. Things were so confusing in fact that the IRS recently released clarification on the 20 percent pass-through deduction, and specifically singled-out real estate investments as needing more clarity….

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