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Owning and renting real estate has long been considered one of the best ways to build personal wealth over time. Real estate investors with portfolios of dozens or even hundreds of rental properties can realize enormous annual profits while also building up wealth in the equity of their properties. In order to reach this level…


U.S. home resales unexpectedly rose in May to the third highest monthly level in a decade and a chronic inventory shortage pushed the median home price to an all-time high. The National Association of Realtors said on Wednesday existing home sales increased 1.1 percent to a seasonally adjusted rate of 5.62 million units last month….


Domestic and global investment in multifamily housing is on the rise throughout the United States—especially for Class B and C properties. Several contributing factors have fostered this development, including an oversupply of Class A communities in combination with a drop in demand, the rising cost of homeownership, and millennials entering the market by the millions….


Across the U.S., the student housing market is surging. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac recorded their highest-ever lending volume for the category in 2016, and development is on the rise, as well. New players have entered the field, ranging from conventional multifamily players to large pension funds and private equity investors. On the supply side,…


Short sales and foreclosures are two distinct types of transactions that share the common denominator of being distressed properties, which involve a mortgage lender. They are not interchangeable terms. Although most people do not realize there is a distinction between the two. Many home buyers start a search for short sales and foreclosures in the…


With real estate prices reaching ever-higher highs in large swaths of the country, the availability of deeply discounted properties is drying up. And that means it’s getting tougher for real estate investors and home flippers to find great deals worthy of their time and cash. “There are fewer foreclosures to buy, but there’s more interest in buying foreclosures,”…


It’s that time of year, when legions of vacationers decide they want to take the plunge and buy a second home. And this year, perhaps, it may be especially true: The economy is firming up, interest rates are still relatively low and investment accounts are brimming. So consider this a reality check. Whether people are…


It seems like such a difficult way to make a dollar. You have to buy a property, fix it up, figure out what rent to charge, find renters, deal with repairs, upkeep, late payments, complaints from the tenants, complaints from the neighbors, citations from the town, and also have a lawyer on standby in case…


Four years ago, Sam Saslow purchased a condo in Denver at the urging of his parents. It turned out to be one of the best financial decisions he’s ever made. At first he was nervous about the $164,000 purchase. A bidding war broke out and he ended up going slightly over his budget. “I was…


You may not suspect that you have clients who are interested in home flipping. While home flipping has long been considered an activity conducted by high-powered institutional investors who are looking to score big in real estate, the data show a different story. More than two-thirds—69 percent—of the 44,000 single-family homes and condos flipped in…

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