Posts Tagged ‘#chicagodiscountproperties’

Avoid These Top 5 Mistakes: A Landlord’s Guide to Success

Landlord’s Success Guide Being a landlord can be a lucrative endeavor, providing a steady source of income and potential for growth. However, it’s not without its challenges. From finding reliable tenants to managing properties effectively, there are numerous pitfalls that landlords can stumble into if they’re not careful. In this blog, we’ll explore the top…

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Harnessing the Sun: Should You Consider Solar Panels For Your Property?

In recent years, there has been a significant surge in interest and investment in renewable energy sources, particularly solar power. As the world grapples with the realities of climate change and the need to transition to more sustainable energy alternatives, individuals and businesses alike are exploring the possibility of solar panels as a viable option…

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Will a Silver Tsunami Change the 2024 Housing Market?

In the realm of real estate, market dynamics are often influenced by a multitude of factors: economic conditions, demographic shifts, government policies, and societal trends, to name a few. One such phenomenon that has been looming on the horizon for years is the “Silver Tsunami” – the aging of the baby boomer generation and its…

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10 Tips on House Flipping to Help Ensure a Successful Flip

There’s no shortage of tips for flipping houses, but there’s something you need to know: The only tips that matter are the ones that move you toward the ultimate goal of flipping for a profit. With that in mind, here are 10 tips on house flipping to help ensure success. 1. Understand the Market To…

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US Home Investor Activity Steadily Increased in the Third Quarter

Flippers and mega-investors have left the market, but small investors are showing resilience The high U.S. home investor share seen over the past two years nudged up in the third quarter, despite 2023’s mortgage rate increases. In July, August and September, the share of single-family purchases made by investors was 26.8%, 27.2% and 28%, respectively.…

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Student Housing – Resilient and Profitable

This is a rewrite of an artice by Andrew Syrios We invest in Student Housing so we thought the article insightful. After the real estate crash in 2008, pretty much any sort of real property became a pariah amongst investors—institutional investors at least—for a few years. However, one of the first sectors to bounce back was…

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LUMBER PRICE UNCERTAINTY PERSISTS AS HOUSING MARKET IS POISED FOR EXPANSION

Supply-side limitations, such as mill curtailments and forest fires, coupled with housing strength have caused lumber prices to rise in recent months.   By Vincent Salandro Adobe Stock While the lumber outlook was bearish as recently as a few months ago, changes in the market that impacted supply—including mill curtailments and forest fires—and housing strength caused…

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Understanding the Real Estate Investment Return Metrics

Introduction Passive real estate investors will often find themselves bombarded with various deals to consider. Making sense of each opportunity to buy investment property can take time. Evaluating deals is some combination of art and science. Understanding the nuances of the local marketplace, competition, etc. is the art. The science involves digging into the numbers…

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