SVN | Live always brings forth incredible opportunities as each week we present our featured single family residential and build-for-rent investment portfolios. We share exclusive financial information and key points of each portfolio showcased. The host begins the broadcast off with a couple of economic points. These are the economic talking points of this week.… Continue reading SVN | Live Recap – July 22nd, 2019
Build-for-rent is on the rise with large institutional builders looking for investors. Check out this video to learn all about the #BFR market. Don't forget, SFRhub.com has BFR investment portfolio opportunities with incredible cap rates and NOI. Go to SFRhub.com to find BFR investment portfolios.
Here are six of the newest housing trends, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting. #3 Will blow your mind! Keep reading to learn more about these life-changing housing trends in Florida. Go to SFRhub.com to find investment portfolios in Florida.
Where are these renters going? The report includes an interactive map that lets users play around with these anticipated inbound and outbound movement. In Detroit, apartment hunters are looking at Cleveland and Cincinnati in almost equal shares, with the Ohio cities taking 8.5 percent of searches apiece.
SVN | Live always brings forth incredible opportunities as each week we present our featured single family residential and build-for-rent investment portfolios. We share exclusive financial information and key points of each portfolio showcased. The host begins the broadcast off with a couple of economic points. These are the economic talking points of this week.
It may come as no surprise that Florida snagged the top spot once again in 2019 — it consistently ranks among the best place to retire. For good reason: The Sunshine State benefits from a low cost of living, extensive availability of health facilities and recreational activities, including golf, museums and beaches, as well as no personal income tax. Though, that spot may not be reserved for the sunshine state for much longer.
A new home market shift; home prices have increased 3.7% year over year in March, according to #CoreLogic, increasing by just 1% the month before. What do you think entails this shift? What does it mean for investors? Continue reading to learn more.
Experts analyze millennials and their financial habits. These experts, according to the Business Insider, state that the Great Recession split the millennial generations into two distinct groups. As older millennials age, those who bore the brunt of the financial crisis and dealt with a tough job market, ultimately makes it harder for them to save. Younger millennials, who are experiencing the recovery period and entered a more positive job market, became risk-aware. Though these millennials are entering a better job market, they have to endure the weight of student loan debt in addition.
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Want to cash in on the rental economy? You have to know where to look. Keep reading to learn more! According to the Census Bureau’s 2007-2017 American Community Survey, the cities that have seen the most significant increase in the number of wealthy renter-occupied households are Seattle and Charlotte. Keep reading to learn more about opportunity zones.