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Becoming financially independent through real estate investing isn’t an elite act. Anyone can do it, at any time—and more of us could be doing it than are, says best-selling author Lance Edwards, creator of the Multifamily Success and Raising Private Money systems. Over the last seven years, he’s taught hundreds of students how they too can build wealth with investments in small apartment complexes and multifamily housing. His book, How to Make Big Money in Small Apartments couldn’t have come at a better time. With hedge funds buying up large, full apartment complexes because they must move huge chunks of money—anywhere from $3 million to those costing hundreds of millions— small and mid-sized apartments are gold mines gone untouched. In between those million dollar deals and large apartment complexes, there is a revolving door of small and mid-size apartments available for investors just like you.

Learn How to Start and Run a Profitable 6 Figure Drone Business in 2021! Damon Darnall, aka the Drone Boss, is the founder of the Sky Eye Network....Continue reading »

Two Major Benefits of Having Private Lenders I started my business by using banks, savings, credit cards, lines of credit, creative techniques with sellers (like land contracts or lease/options), and partners. But, once I was self-employed, I was concerned that it was going to be harder to get loans to purchase properties. I had always been unhappy about how long the...Continue reading »

Become a Note Referral Agent with Charter Financial If you have been thinking about adding Note Brokering to your portfolio of services, now is a...Continue reading »

Sabal Capital’s Pat Jackson shares why he remains positive about the sector. By Pat Jackson  ( Article)  — With the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent stock market plunge, the first quarter of 2019 delivered a shock to the United States as citizens hunkered down at home and companies grappled to adjust and weather it out. While the...Continue reading »

With the bill passing and social distancing guidelines being extended, the industry is sizing up the situation and looking at what’s to come. By Laura Calugar ( Article) The historic $2 trillion federal package passed the House of Representatives on Friday by voice vote, with President Donald Trump signing the 880-page rescue bill just hours...Continue reading »

A breakdown of the major points within HUD’s latest Notice, explained by attorney Brad Morris. By Brad Morris  ( Article)  — A lot of frustration and confusion surrounds the issue of assistance animals in housing. Animal owners often feel they are being asked too much about personal medical issues and forced...Continue reading »

According to the GSE’s latest report, the nation’s housing undersupply will grow worse this decade, as more Millennials and Generation Z form households. By Jeffrey Steele  ( Article)  — The U.S. housing market is undersupplied by about 3.3 million units, and the shortage is advancing by about 300,000 units...Continue reading »

Consider these five questions when creating a customized waste plan. By Michael Hess ( Article)  — Whether you’re a multifamily owner or a property manager, you have a great deal of responsibility to keep communities in tip-top shape while providing the best experience for your residents. Waste management is one of...Continue reading »

The NMHC and NAA offer advice on how apartment owners and managers should tackle the issue, if the virus continues to spread. By Symone Garvett ( Article)  — The globe has been buzzing about the outbreak and subsequent spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. As of March 4, the World Health Organization has...Continue reading »

Renters tend toward lower voter turnout and more progressive candidates. By Scott Sowers  ( Article)  — The 2020 presidential election year has kicked into high gear as multifamily experts are crunching the numbers trying to gauge how demographic changes in the country’s housing market could affect the political outcome. Chris...Continue reading »