Category Archives: Rental housing

Winter Investors Find the Best Deals

The winter off-peak period can be the best time of the year to acquire single-family rentals, according to a new study released by HomeUnion, an online real estate investment and management firm.  The average cap rate for SFRs during the … Continue reading

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Dying Suburban Malls Become Housing Mecca

As enclosed malls across the country look to reinvent themselves, some communities are finding that living in a mall could be a boon for property values.  Those massive, enclosed malls popular in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s are dying off. … Continue reading

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Millennials Will Be Renting for a Lot Longer

The U.S. housing market continues to move ahead, but a generation of home buyers is being left behind.   That’s the conclusion of an analysis of home ownership by John Burns, a real estate consultant and author who has crunched the … Continue reading

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