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Redfin Reports Interest in Rural Areas and Small Towns Spikes During the Coronavirus Outbreak

2020-04-17T16:22:53+00:00April 17th, 2020|Buy & Hold, Commerical, Contracts, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Fix and Flip, Investing, Land, Market Changes, Small Business|

Due to the Coronavirus, the cities that have grown in population due to their amenities, entertainment, job availability and more are experiencing a halt in all of these things because of government shutdowns. As a result, people are becoming more aware of the risks of living in high density areas and have begun to inquire [...]

Making The Impossible Deals Possible

2019-03-21T16:44:32+00:00March 26th, 2019|AZREIA, Business Planning, Buy & Hold, Contracts, Creative, Did You Know..., Investing, Landlord, Landlord Tenant Law, Legal Procedures, Property Management, Small Business, Strategy, Tax Law|

Making The Impossible Deals Possible, Bill Cook A realtor asked me to show her a real-world example of a deal we did that demonstrates how we make impossible deals possible. No problem, but I ask one favor: As you read this, BEFORE reading how we structured this deal, think about how YOU would have put [...]

Don’t Base Your Insurance Purchase Strictly on Price

2019-03-05T23:43:58+00:00February 26th, 2019|AZREIA, Buy & Hold, Creative, Did You Know..., Fix and Flip, Insurance, Investing, Market Changes, Property Management|

It’s no secret, the days of purchasing single family homes for investment purposes has become extremely competitive and challenging for the average buyer. No doubt it’s a sellers’ market, especially in major metropolitan areas like Phoenix, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Portland and Seattle with values appreciating in the last 12 months 8% to 25%. [...]

Slowing Apartment Construction Could Mean Higher Rents

2018-11-20T16:42:07+00:00December 6th, 2018|AZREIA, Buy & Hold, Creative, Did You Know..., Investing, Landlord, Market Changes, Property Management|

Rising construction costs and a tight labor market are slowing a nearly decade long apartment boom... ....likely easing a burgeoning glut at the top end of the market that has been forming across the U.S.  Multifamily building permits have fallen each month since March, according to federal data. That type of slowdown suggests there should [...]