Self-Storage Industry Sees Strong Demand

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 23, 2020

We've had several posts about the self-storage industry over the past few years. Now comes a recent report form RentCafé (analyzing the 100 largest markets) that says although inventory is high and rates are lower, demand is keeping the industry strong. Click here to read more.

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Majority of Young Adults Now Live With Parents

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

Infographic: We started seeing this trend a few years ago, well before the Coronavirus pandemic. Citing recent data from Pew Research, today's graphic shows that 52% of Americans aged between 18 and 29 now live with a parent - which they say is the highest share recorded since the Great Depression-era! Click here to read more.

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Rental Housing in America

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 16, 2020

Who owns rental properties in America?  Members of National REIA will not be surprised to learn that of the 19+ million rental properties across the nation, 72% are owned by individual investors. The NAHB's Eye on Housing recently took a deep-dive into the Census Bureau's Rental Housing Finance Survey (RHFS) to examine the characteristics of rental housing in the United States. Click here to read more.

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How Joining a REIA Can Push Your Investing into Hyperdrive

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 16, 2020

Are you a member of a local REIA (real estate investors association)? In a recent episode of the Rent Perfect podcast, David Pickron spoke with Alan Langston, President of Arizona REIA (AZREIA), to discuss the importance of having your local REIA as part of your investing "team." Click here to read more.

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Civil Rights Group Challenges Unlawful CDC Eviction Order

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2020

The New Civil Liberties Alliance, a nonpartisan, nonprofit civil rights group, recently filed a complaint and request for a temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia to challenge the authority of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention's (CDC) nationwide eviction moratorium. Click here to read more.

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Seven Insights for Landlords on the CDC's Eviction Moratorium

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2020

The National Real Estate Investors Association recently held an online discussion to help make sense of the new federal eviction moratorium issued by the CDC in early September. National REIA hosted two prominent real estate attorneys (Jeffery S. Watson and Jeffery Greenberger) along with NREIA's Charles Tassell where they came up with 7 important insights about these new rules. Click here to read more.

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Top Zip Codes with the Highest Zombie Foreclosure Rates

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2020

ATTOM data recently took a deep dive into their Q3 2020 Vacant Property and Zombie Foreclosure Report to come up with the top 10 "zombi'fied' zip codes" - places with the highest number zombie foreclosure rates. Click here to read more.

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Millennials are Helping Power This Year's Housing-Market Rebound

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 7, 2020

We love posting about that elusive cohort known as the millennial generation. A recent Wall Street Journal article suggests that millennials, who have been viewed as perennial renters, are now emerging as a "driving force" in the housing market's recovery. Click here to read more.

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Oppose the CDC's Eviction Moratorium!

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2020

The September 4th Nationwide Eviction Moratorium launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an absolute over-reach and in direct contrast to the state-by-state and county-by-county approach of the Trump Administration and at direct odds to the successful prevention techniques being utilized throughout the country. Click here to read more.

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CDC to Order Temporary Halt in Nationwide Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2020

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is planning to temporarily halt residential evictions nationwide for individuals earning less than $99k/year to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading, according to an unnamed senior administration official. Click here to read more.

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