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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….


The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced this week that it is issuing new rules for down payment assistance on mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration. The FHA currently requires borrowers to provide a minimum down payment (or Minimum Required Investment, referred to by HUD as MRI) of 3.5% of the home’s purchase price. FHA rules…


Building a portfolio full of safe and passive income vehicles that not only covers your cost of living today but grows at a rate equal to or exceeding the rate of inflation is the retiree’s dream. However, it is not as easy as it may at first seem. Given the recent macroeconomic environment where interest…


Are you thinking of getting started with real estate investing? Real estate investments — in all of their varied forms — continue to attract capital, because of their ability to provide solid returns in a world of falling interest rates. Real estate investment trusts (REITs) and private equity (PE) real estate funds have been helping to boost returns for…


When it comes to Opportunity Zones, investors are excited about the potential for tremendous tax savings, but many are not buying in just yet. What’s the problem? Lingering questions about how, exactly, Opportunity Zones work have left investors feeling gun shy. The Department of the Treasury is tasked with issuing the regulation that guides Opportunity Zones, and it’s…


This past February, Oregon passed a statewide rent control bill while other states, including New York, are attempting to introduce, renew and or strengthen rent stabilization laws. While these laws are often seen as benevolent towards tenants, many people are surprised to learn about the fallacy of rent stabilization. The fact of the matter is…


Written by: Mark Smolen Some property managers may feel a paid bookkeeper gives them what they need regarding record keeping of rental units. Others don’t mind using the more expensive option of industry specific software. However, for people who like DIY types of rental property record keeping solutions, QuickBooks for Landlords offers what most users…


As the owner of multifamily real estate, your return on investment (ROI) does not solely rely on your ability to increase rents. One of the beautiful aspects of owning apartment communities is the ability to generate multiple streams of income from a single asset. Look to apply these principles to your current or next apartment…


More and more people are jumping on the real estate bandwagon. According to the National Association of Realtors, the number of real estate buyers has doubled in the last four years. The recent increase in real estate movement does not come as a surprise. Stricken by the gap between the average income and costs of…

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