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Things Real Estate Investors Should Watch Out for in 2019

What should real estate investors watch out for in 2019? Like everything else, you’ll find all kinds of opinions from experts. After doing our research, here are the things we believe are most likely to happen this year. Millennials are Becoming Homebuyers The Great Recession’s impact on housing, combined with a growing student loan crisis, have made it difficult for millenials to purchase homes...

TWiRP- December 3rd, 2016

Climate Change Could Swamp East Coast Real Estate Rising sea levels are changing the way people think about waterfront real estate. Over the past five years, home sales in flood-prone areas grew about 25 percent. This has made state lawmakers in Massachusetts and New Jersey to begin pushing to impose new rules on real estate agents and others, obligating them to disclose climate-related damage...

TWiRP – November 19, 2016

How Trump’s Presidency Could Impact Real Estate Markets After the recent election investors are curious about how Trump’s Presidency will affect real estate. Based on his current values there will no doubt be a short-term stimulus to the economy. A combination of tax cuts and government spending in the form of upgrading nation’s infrastructure and for national defense will provide a...

TWiRP- November 12, 2016

How a 28-Year-Old Plans to Upend the $81 Trillion Global Real Estate Investment Market In 2014 Ryan Williams founded Cadre now, Williams and friend, alongside a slew of a-list investors who have plowed $68.3 million into Cadre. Today, Cadre is an invitation-only platform that directly connects high-net-worth and institutional investors to commercial and multi-family real estate deals. This idea...

How to Get Started in Real Estate Investing

At first glance, learning how to get started in real estate investing may seem pretty intimidating. After all, there’s a lot to learn about tax laws, becoming a landlord, financing, marketing your home, etc. But the key is to take things one at a time. You’ll have difficulty finding a home to buy if you don’t know how much house you can afford. You can’t fix up a home until you actually buy it...

5 Tips for Scoring the Investment Property You Want

As a residential property manager, you dream of finding an investment property with this much allure. You want it. You have to have it. It’s a cute, single family home on a big corner lot. Recently updated it even includes an entirely new kitchen. If you could add that property to your portfolio you just know you’d have potential renters beating down your door. 1 – Winning When the...

Where to Invest? The Pros and Cons of Urban Markets

More and more Americans are migrating back to urban areas after a decades long trend of settling in the suburbs. According to Census Data, 2.3 million more people moved into one of the country’s 381 metropolitan areas in 2013 than during the previous year. As jobs and economic activity continue to grow faster in urban areas, metropolitan populations will continue to grow. Buying a rental property...

TWiRP- Mar 6, 2015

Urban development is continuing to change especially as millennials are moving. In our first article, we see this change and the effect that it has had on US cities today. We then take a step back and look at a caveat to this observation: could this be another result of the media glorifying reality? Following this, we look at Bloomberg Business’s article on the changing perspective of...

Where To Invest? The Pros and Cons of Rural Property

When you think about investing in a rental property do you dream of wide open spaces, big red barns, and calling the cattle home? Investing in a rural property or tract of land might be the right choice for some investors, but there are pros and cons about purchasing property somewhere with more trees than people. The Good Possibility of future development Every suburb of a major city was once...

Where to Invest? The Pros and Cons of Investing in a Suburban Market

Love them or hate them, the Suburbs are an integral part to the American housing market, and despite the surge in urban living that accompanied the housing recovery, suburban sprawl and the dream of single-family living is far from extinct. If you’re considering the purchase of a single-family rental in a suburban market, here are some benefits and drawbacks to consider before buying that white...

Do You Have Questions About Rental Investing?

If you’ve been thinking about investing in real estate to rent, there are a number of questions that you should be asking. Perhaps you’ve just happened upon that perfect property, maybe you’re just thinking about where you’ll look: either way, there are a number of things to consider. What’s the supply and demand of the area like? One of the things I notice is that many of RentPosts’...

5 Flipping Mistakes

Despite what television shows have glamorized, investing in real estate as an income is nowhere near a simple task. Although there are many mistakes that an investor is liable to make, here are a few of the top reasons that can usually cause an issue. Calculating Cash Flow. One of the largest mistakes that can be made by a potential real estate investor is not properly calculating the possible...

Should You Go Mixed Use?

What could be more appealing than an apartment building with the comfort of having businesses, stores, and offices right below it? A mixed use property offers exactly that. Offering simple and close commutes to work or the grocery store will likely keep your building occupied but can also add to the risk of being the cause of a fire or bug infestations. It’s better to be aware of what questions...

10 Factors you Should Look to get the Right Rental Property

Current market trends in home prices and unsatble mortgage interest rates have created the perfect opportunity for people looking to invest into rental properties. With smaller down payments necessary to secure a property, an investor will find that they can quickly build a portfolio of rental properties. However, it is very important, especially if you are new to real estate investing, that you...

Foreclosures to Rentals: The $100 Billion Market

 Here at RentPost, we’ve been tracking the movement of capital towards rental investments for a long time now. There have been many signs that the rent industry is the next booming sector in real estate (and with some luck, that boom won’t turn into a bubble). But this month, some new insight has come out on just how strong this market can ride. Data tracker CoreLogic released a...

Record Low Mortgage Rates Not Enough To Boost Housing Market

The housing market is still struggling to gain a good pace. That’s a nice way of saying the market is still doing poorly. And as another sign of the bad conditions, mortgage rates have reached historic lows. 15-year fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.13% last week, a new record low. And the average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell to 3.88%, less than 1% from the record low. The low...

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