MultiGenerational Rental Property

December 13, 2020

Multigenerational Home Demand Grows The pandemic continues to accelerate trends that were already happening in the rental housing markets. The multigenerational home market has never drawn much interest from property investors however lately, larger houses with separate living spaces is attracting many more buyers. The prices of these properties are rising fastest in Hawaii, California,…

  • Why Do Good Tenants Leave?

    December 30, 2019

    How to Foresee Tenant Departures Why is it that good things must come to an end? Your tenants have worked out so well, they enjoyed living in your home or apartment, yet despite that bliss, they will decide to move on. Yes, it's so nice when people stay put, but everyone's life evolves. Young couples…

  • New Generation of Property Managers Needed

    January 01, 2019

    Property Management, The Way Dad Did It Mom and pop real estate investors turned landlords and property managers are handing their property portfolio to their kids. It's a generational shift, yet their kids or grandkids or new recruits may not be ready, willing or able to assume the role. And property management companies are discovering…

  • US Needs 4.6 Million Apartments by 2030

    December 16, 2018

    Study Shows US Renter Era is Coming It's a good time to be a property manager, rental income investor, or landlord. Opportunities will be spawned in the apartment and condo rental sector in the coming years. The US is becoming a renter nation due to sheer numbers of new renters along with supporting economic and…

  • Investing in Furnished Apartments

    October 29, 2018

    Fully Furnished Apartments Might be Your Next Product Investors and property managers routinely think of apartment rentals as empty spaces but that might be changing. America is now a renter nation and today's rental markets are driven by Millennials and they're typically an "ownership-free" demographic. We're taking a look at the mid to longer term…

  • How Millennials Think

    June 13, 2018

    Open Minds and Progressive If we're going to improve productivity, stay competitive, and avoid making wasteful, repetitive errors at work, we're more likely to do it with a new style of thinking, as opposed to relying on experience. Experience hasn't always been a good teacher. Sometimes we need to break out of the mold. Do…

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