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Across the country more people are choosing to rent, rather than buy.
High speed internet and safe delivery of packages are two renter demands that today’s apartment property manager must meet.
Preliminary findings show that cap rates tightened in recent quarters for multifamily properties backed by small balance loans. The spread between cap rates on small and large properties also narrowed.
While Portland took the top spot with annual rent growth of 12.0%, seven of the top 25 MSAs for apartment rent growth in 2015 were in California.
Catering to families and other larger households, 2- and 3-bedroom units are well represented in small apartment assets.
Elite Apartment Coaching’s Chris Urso walks us through the basics of apartment deal analysis for financing.
You’ve probably heard that you make your money on the buy in real estate. While this holds true for multifamily, you maximize your investment and keep your money when you have a good manager in place.
Sam Chandan walks us through three key considerations for deciding whether to invest in small (5 to 50 unit) or large (50+ unit) apartment assets.