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The US Rental Property Investment Market 2019

US Rental Housing Market According to a new report by Yardi, the average apartment rent in March rose by $4 to an average of $1430/mo. They found rent grew only .4% in the first quarter. The hot markets of Phoenix and Las Vegas lead the way the way with 7+% rent price growth YoY. And…

US Multifamily Property Report

Multifamily Housing Looking Very Good into 2019 If you're one of the smart property investors in the last 2 years, you're probably smiling given reports on rising apartment stock, and rising rents with a monster customer base. This spring is a time to grow! Given the stock market looks to be beyond its peak, rental…

Best Cities in California for Rental Property ROI

Which California Cities offer the Best Property Investment? Looking for the best cities and communities to invest in properties in California in 2019?  California offers the widest variety and highest potential rental returns However, the best property really depends on whether you're looking to live in your investment, fix and flip, or use it as a…

Florida Rental Properties

The Florida Rental Housing Scene is Hot Just like so many buyer hopefuls are weighing the buy vs rent decision in their cities, the same is happening with Florida property.  Have you considered buying a rental investment property in Florida? It's a hot market, and South Florida's sales and price stats may be signaling us…

Best Cities to Invest in Rental Property

Best Cities to Invest in Rental Property 2019 Welcome to 2019, the year the US rental market is exploding with more apartments available and more demand from those who simply can't buy a home. The fact that so many people want or must rent a house, condo or apartment generates strong profit potential for rental…

Positive Cash Flow Properties

Spotting High Quality Cash-Flow Properties Cash Flow Positive. That phrase has some panache for all investors.  And for real estate investors,  there's always properties that will produce positive cash flow for many, many years. But just how do you find them? It's an easy process actually. The devil is later in the details where you…

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