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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…


This is the second installment in an exploratory and investigative series called “How To Do Opportunity Zones Right.” This series will highlight Opportunity Zone projects, investments, collaborations, ideas and important happenings across the country that seek to meet the original intent of the Opportunity Zone legislation. The purpose of the Opportunity Zone legislation is to…


Single-family rentals (SFRs) have long been an asset class that’s dominated by mom and pop investors. Even with the rise of institutional investors that began investing heavily in SFR during the post-recession years, small-scale investors still remained king. Today, less than 2% of all SFR homes are owned by institutional investors. Meanwhile, 87% are owned by investors…


Skeptics of the Opportunity Zone program claim few deals are being done in the 8,700 designated census tracts beyond the “low-hanging-fruit” that was already in investors’ pipelines. The benefits that allow investors to reduce or potentially eliminate their capital gains tax liabilities, they say, are not really going to investors engaged in the deliberate community…


In 2017, I sold the San Francisco rental property I’d owned for years for $2.75 million. Investing the proceeds provided enough passive income to allow me to be a stay-at-home dad. Now, just a few years later, I’m again feeling bullish on real estate. I think now is the time to buy something else. Prices…


A few months ago, I was in the incredibly fortunate position of receiving a call from my real estate agent. He’d found a unit about to go on the market that would make, he thought, a strong investment. After weighing a number of options, I ultimately decided to purchase a different rental property in Boston….


As housing markets continue to soar and frequent travelers move toward a “lock-and-go” lifestyle, condos are becoming increasingly popular for buyers, even in cities that are less densely populated. But it is important to note that a condo purchase is not like just any home purchase. Whereas homes are contained units, condos are just one…


Whether you’re leading a target, skating to the puck or building to meet emerging demand, the principle remains the same: Anticipate your target’s trajectory, and meet them at the point in time and location where factors align for the most significant impact. Economic variables including skilled labor availability, job growth, quality educational infrastructure and housing…

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