Attracting Multifamily Renters

How to Attract Multifamily Property Renters Apartment living for families is on the rise. Climbing single-family home prices have pushed many families with full-time working parents and minor children into rental housing. That’s a ...

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Assembling your REI Team

20 Questions to Ask When Assembling Your Real Estate Investment Team Seasoned real estate investors usually have a full fix and flip team in place. Managing multiple projects at a time necessitates consistency, and investors figure out ...

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Houston Multifamily

Why Investors Should Look for Multifamily Workforce Rental Housing The United States is in an affordable housing crisis. While state governments seek to draft legislation to address this problem, the reality is that the private sector ...

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5 Ways to Find Unbelievable Deals for Your Next Investment Property Looking for great deals on real estate? Finding profitable investments isn’t always as easy as the seminars and books make it seem. The good news, though, is that ...

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