Via connect.media – Crain’s reported that receiver Kevin Duff is moving forward with the sales more than two years after the Securities & Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit accusing the owner, Florida-based investment […]
Via realpage.com – With COVID-19 altering the college experience for the 2020-21 school year, and several universities offering virtual learning options, a lingering question throughout the leasing season was, will students who […]
Via joefairless.com – You’ve already done a lot of wealth building to get to where you are today. Now, you want to take things a step further and begin putting your money to […]
Most people who have tried to sell their old car or any other asset are aware of the term “depreciation.” Simply put, depreciation refers to a decline in asset value over time.
Via foxla.com – A group of apartment owners and lessors are suing the state, Los Angeles County and multiple cities, alleging they have been forced through tenant eviction protection ordinances enacted during the […]
Via dallasnews.com – “Despite increasing concerns of flaring infection rates and renewed restrictions on businesses, developers continue to show optimism for an economic recovery, with 220,000 more multifamily units started in July than […]
Rented living is the way of life for one out of every three people living in the United States of America, but surprisingly, not all the states in the country are tenant friendly states.
Via communityimpact.com – The drops are even more precipitous for high-end Class A properties, where the average rent for August was $1,463, its lowest in over two years. Occupancy rates are down to […]
Looking to apply for a real estate loan? One of the most important calculations you need to know when applying for a real estate loan is the “debt-service coverage ratio.”
In today’s multifamily climate, it’s essential you market your vacant apartment units online to find good tenants.