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TWiRP- Feb 7, 2015

This week in TWiRP, we continue to follow the trend of rent increases. This seems to be the underlying factor that plays a role in many of the rental markets today. Could this mean more money for the landlords and property managers? With the economy in a prosperous swing, along with tenants having more money in their pockets, the marketplace is shifting and experts are taking note of this. Though...

More Housing Trends On The Rise

The US Census Bureau reported that the US population went up by about 4% in the years between 2006-2011. During that time, though, there was only a 3% increase in households- this broke down to a 2% for family households, but a 5% growth in non-related households. That would seem to indicate that roommates are a growing section of the market. This definitely has some bearing on the recent boom in...

6 Tips for Finding Long-Term Rental Homes

When you’re looking through the newspaper, online classifieds, or specialty rental sites, you’ll find that most landlords are looking to rent out their spaces on a month-to-month basis, or at the most, a year at a time. While that might be what the average tenant wants, there are some individuals who would prefer to rent and stay put for more than a year, especially since it can allow them to...

Even in the UK, Rental Investments are Hot

The American rental climate has been favorable for landlords, and now the warm weather has spread to other parts of the world. UK private property landlords have seen strong increases in their own rental yields. Despite the dark reports of the UK property market, demand for quality rental properties is still increasing. It’s not just in some parts of the country. Rental sector landlords...

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