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The real estate industry is a competitive and demanding segment. Investors not only need to have their fingers on the pulse of the market but must also be able to adapt at the drop of a dime. Developers in the field need to have a long-term outlook on the market and anticipate the need for new property developments…


If you play your cards right, rehabbing houses can be very rewarding and incredibly profitable. If you are a new real estate investor, learning how to rehab properties can provide you the best chance of developing a sustainable real estate business. It will also open other opportunities for you. While real estate rehabbing could be…


I work with many types of real estate investors — people who want to buy their first investment properties, investors who want to grow their property portfolios and first-time homebuyers who realize that even their homes are investments in their financial futures. My conversations with these investors have revealed the following as eight of the…


Senior housing continues to be a top prospect for multifamily investors and developers. U.S. population demographics tell the story. The number of Americans over 65 is projected to double in the next 40 years. The large Baby Boom generation has started downsizing from single-family homes to apartments. The oldest boomers are now 73 years old. Some…


Rent reform is one of the top issues facing states right now and it has a big impact on both small landlords and institutional investors. Oregon led the charge, but California and New York have also created new rent control rules this year. Other states — including Illinois, which banned rent control in 1997 — are considering…


In today’s market most investors are facing two problems: 1) They want to sell but can’t because they don’t want to buy something else at the current prices or 2) They sold and are now up against the clock to find that replacement property that makes sense.  If you have been reading our articles, you…


It seems you can hardly go a day without seeing a headline or two about Opportunity Zones. Created by the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to spur long-term private investment in economically distressed communities, the Opportunity Zone program has been the subject of a tremendous amount of press coverage and investor interest….


The U.S. multifamily sector has emerged as a top investor target during this cycle, and despite concerns of a looming recession, industry leaders expect the flow of investment to only increase next year. Top capital markets executives, speaking Wednesday at Bisnow’s Multifamily Annual Conference New England, said they expect equity and debt flow into the…


There are plenty of benefits to having an allocation to real estate in your portfolio. From income generation to having an asset class that helps fight inflation, every investor should have some allocation to real estate. For most of us that aren’t high net worth investors that means either owning one or two rental properties…


Real estate agents can help buyers determine the best neighborhoods to invest in and help close the deal on your dream home, but they also come with valuable knowledge about local amenities and hotspots. We asked agents from New York City, South Florida and Los Angeles all about where they call home and what they…

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