Posts Tagged ‘#investor’

ATTOM: Foreclosure rates returning to pre-pandemic levels

ATTOM’s 2022 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report shows that foreclosure filings are up 118% compared to this time last year. In August alone, lenders in the United States began the foreclosure process on 23,952 properties. Numbers that high haven’t been seen since before the COVID-19 pandemic. “Two years after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and after…

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Chicago – a top 10 city for real estate investment in 2022/23

by Patrick Regan  September 15, 2022 Norada Real Estate Investments recently revealed its 21 best cities for real estate investment in 2022 and 2023, and Chicago made the list. The firm looked at data and trends across the U.S. to determine its rankings, noting each city has its “own set of qualities and disadvantages, but many of them…

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Top 10 Real Estate Markets for Cash Flow in 2022

This is a rerun of a story from Fundrise & BiggerPockets The vast majority of real estate investors get into the industry to pursue passive cash flow. Unfortunately, over the last several years, finding deals with strong cash flow has become a challenge. However, there are still plenty of markets in the U.S. that continue to offer…

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The 4 Most Common Rental Property Accounting Mistakes

This is a repeat of an article from Krista Reuther- at TurboTenant As a landlord, you have plenty of responsibility on your plate. From screening tenants to managing maintenance requests, it’s all too easy to forget about the less exciting aspect of the job: the accounting. But if you want your rental property business to turn a profit,…

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What Does a Recession Do To The Housing Market?

A major concern plaguing the country right now is around the possibility of a recession. We haven’t seen a recession since the 2008 financial crisis, and now we could be headed for one. For real estate investors, we answer a pertinent question, what does a recession do to the housing market? While the US housing market took…

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House Hacking 101

What Is House Hacking? House hacking is a term used to describe renting out a portion of your primary residence, either as a long-term or short-term rental. It’s a great way to make passive income, unlock financial freedom, and live in your dream home while still being able to afford it. House Hacking a Single-family Home…

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Tenant Estoppel Certificate: What to Do When You Inherit Tenants

Attribution for this article goes to TurboTenant  What is a Tenant Estoppel Certificate? Finding the perfect tenant for a brand new investment property is a top priority for landlords, so what could be better than purchasing a home that already has tenants? As great as an immediate cash flow seems, buying a tenant-occupied property does…

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How Multifamily Borrowers are Adjusting to Rising Interest Rates

Some buyers are trying to renegotiate prices, but a net result of recent moves could be a tightening in the spread between multifamily cap rates and yields on 10-year Treasuries. Bendix Anderson | Jul 14, 2022 With the recent rate hikes from the Federal Reserve, borrowing costs for multifamily assets are rising as well. This is disrupting sales…

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Home Appreciation vs. Inflation Since the ’70s

Home Appreciation vs. Inflation Keeping Current Matters says that rising inflation puts a pinch on the wallet and makes you reevaluate any big purchases you may have planned.  They point out that potential homebuyers are probably wondering if they should continue down that path or if it makes more sense to wait. While the answer depends…

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