Tired of scanning the market for a half-decent deal? This is real estate in 2017, when everyone and their brother invests. It won’t last forever, though.
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This group has been a background thought as a renter demographic. As a buyer, I believe this has left opportunity in the market that others are missing.
New changes will do nothing but attract more investor dollars to an already-overheated multifamily market. I expect nothing but continued craziness and overblown prices. Short of a complete economic meltdown, there is not much on the horizon that will slow the multifamily freight train.
I never thought I’d say this, but my hometown has grown in to a bustling investment opportunity. Here are the reasons you should consider buying in Colorado Springs today.
Real estate agents: Will your jobs become obsolete over the next 10 years? Learn 5 ways this industry could change — and how to change with it!
Have stocks or real estate performed better over the past 145 years? Here’s a five-minute summary of 145 years of economic data from 16 countries.
Seeing where real estate transactions and cryptocurrency technology is going, I want to be a part of that revolution. So something that we have decided to do is sell a property via crypto.
With real estate costs rising in most major U.S. cities, finding a good real estate deal seems impossible. Unless, that is, you’re looking in the Midwest.
Here’s an updated list of the top 20 real estate investing blogs. Those blogs that made the cut are relevant, timely, and perfect for investors to learn from!The Top Real Estate Investing Blogs
To put this list together, we looked at close to 200 different blogs from both real estate investing-related companies and individual real estate investors. Here are a few things of note about the blogs selected:
HouseCanary’s quarterly Canary Rental Index (CRI) explores rent return across the country; we examine how…
In this study, HouseCanary examined the top 100 U.S. markets and looked at which ones had the highest year-over-year price growth for three property types.
Are there any indicators showing a potential decline in the market? I wanted to know, so I turned to U.S. Census data. Here’s what I found out.
This chart reviews six U.S. cities for investor desirability: Atlanta, Cleveland, Memphis, Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Minneapolis.
Information company RewardExpert this week released its ranking of U.S. counties with the lowest property taxes — in hopes of helping prospective homebuyers catch a break on their next property purchase.