Yardi Says Multifamily Performance Continues to be Stellar

BY  ON MAY 16, 2022

According to the latest Yardi Matrix Multifamily Report, the average U.S. multifamily rents in April increased $15 to an all-time high of $1,659 (up 14.3% year-over-year). Click here to read more.

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20 Fastest-Growing Dog-Friendly Cities in America

BY  ON MAY 12, 2022

A new report from Zillow & Rover says dogs are driving consumers housing decisions. They say that more than 60% of dog owners consider their dog’s happiness and well-being for inspiring them to move. In fact, a slobbering 3/4 of U.S. dog owners reported they’d consider moving to a home that better suits their dog’s needs. Click here to read more.

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Student Housing Market is Recovering

BY  ON MAY 10, 2022

A recent report from the NAHB’s Eye on Housing says private investment in student housing is on the road to recovery, as the economy reopens and the number of vaccinated people rises. Citing data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, they say student housing investment in Q4 2021 was 2.9% higher than the third quarter. Click here to read more.

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The Relationship Between Government & Investors, Affordable Housing and More

BY  ON MAY 5, 2022

As part of a three-part series, Omaha REIA’s “REIA Radio,” talked with National REIA’s Charles Tassell who shared valuable insights into legislation and how government involvement in regulating the real estate industry is affecting affordable housing. Click here to read more.

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Eliminating the Fear of Getting Started in Real Estate & Building Your Brand with Former Pro-Basketball Player

BY  ON MAY 5, 2022

On a recent episode of the Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast, Brian Hamrick talked with Art Morrison, III, a former professional basketball player who has taken his passion and persistence from the basketball court to the real estate world. Click here to read more.

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Can One Bad Applicant Spoil the Whole Bunch?

BY  ON APRIL 26, 2022

David Pickron says it might seem like an antiquated phrase since most of us no longer buy apples by the bunch, but the concerns about one bad apple spoiling the whole bunch are real. As it applies to our industry, this is becoming a critical issue. Here’s why: with the rapid increase of rents over the past few years, more and more of our properties are being shared by more than one tenant in an effort to be able to just afford the rent. Click here to read more.

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HOAs Work to Stop Investors from Buying Houses to Rent

BY  ON APRIL 26, 2022

The Wall Street Journal has an interesting piece about how small groups of neighborhood volunteers (HOA’s, etc.) are blocking companies from buying single-family homes. They say this is rewriting the proverbial homeownership rulebook in an effort to stop investor purchases of homes in suburban neighborhoods. Click here to read more.

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Google’s Major Real Estate Investment Locations for 2022

BY  ON APRIL 20, 2022

Google is planning some big investments across America this year. In a recent blog post, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, announced plans to invest approximately $9.5 billion in their U.S. offices and data centers in 2022. Click here to read more.

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Businesses are Relocating to the South

BY  ON APRIL 7, 2022

We have seen the posts about Americans moving at a rapid pace to areas in the South & West that have better all-around climates. A new report from FOX Business says the “Sun Belt” is becoming a hot spot for business relocation. Click here to red more.

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Who Should You Listen To, and Should You Believe Them?

BY  ON MARCH 30, 2022

Chicago Creative Investors Association’s Jane Garvey says real estate investing is a complex business with many moving parts. The intricacies of the various businesses under this umbrella description vary from state to state, town to town, subdivision to subdivision, and even building to building. The requirements change by the day as people in regulatory positions feel the need to add restrictions via laws and mandates. Click here to read more.

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