In this post, we’ll discuss inflation and how it affects investing in real estate. Inflation is especially relevant today, as prices in the U.S. have climbed at their highest rates since 1981, rising 8.5% over the year to the end of March 2022. What is inflation? Inflation is an average increase in the prices for… Continue reading Inflation 101
In the past few years, we have seen strong demand for single-family homes as dynamics have shifted the way we work and live with COVID-19. Single-family rentals (SFRs) have seen an increase in demand during the pandemic. According to CoreLogic, SFR rents increased 5.3% from 2020 to 2021—double the increase of the previous year. Some… Continue reading Why growth in the single-family rental market may just be beginning
There is a famous quote by Benjamin Graham: “Diversification is an established tenet of conservative investment.” This quote is still important for investors to keep in mind today—let’s find out why. How investors approach risk There are many risks you face on a day-to-day basis when deciding whether to invest in one opportunity or another.… Continue reading What real estate investors must know about diversification
Beauty, class, art, charm, fine dining, and civil rights. These are embodied in the city of Birmingham. Located in Alabama, this vibrant southern treasure features rolling hills, leafy neighborhoods, and a backdrop of the Appalachian Mountains. Filled with rich history, Birmingham was a cornerstone of the civil rights movement and draws many influences from it.… Continue reading The Birmingham SFR real estate market: a deep dive
What are REITs? Real estate investment trusts (REITs) have been around since the 1960s and are companies that own or finance income-producing real estate. These companies’ assets can exist across a range of property sectors and strategies or have a more singular focus. REITs must meet certain Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requirements. The goal… Continue reading Real Estate Investment Trusts 101
Known as the heart of the booming Sun Belt region, this Southern state is renowned for its beauty. From the naturally bountiful farms of peaches and pecans to Stone Mountain to the beautiful skyline of the capital, Atlanta, this state is truly a gem. The southernmost of the original 13 Colonies, the state of Georgia… Continue reading Georgia: a Southern state filled with investment opportunities
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