Broker James Wachob reaches Major Milestone helping Investors Build Rental Homes

Real estate investment broker James Wachob, of Memphis Investment Properties, reaches 150 homes built for investors.
James Wachob, a real estate investment broker

Report: Acute nationwide shortage of affordable rental homes

The widely publicized shortage of housing inventory is being felt hardest in the “affordable home” category, where there’s a shortfall of 7.2 million available homes

Top Markets for Buying Rental Homes Revealed

As rental prices continue to rise, investors are still hunting for the best buys for single-family rentals. RealtyTrac found the top markets for buying residential property to use as rentals by factoring in unemployment rates as well as annual gross rental yields.

Lennar Corp., ready to build homes to rent

Lennar Corp., one of the nation’s largest home builders, is “considering” a move to build homes intended to rent if first-time home buyers continue to be reluctant, said Stuart Miller, the builder’s chief executive, in a quarterly conference call Thursday.

States Selling Pot Legally Attract Renters In Their Droves

Apparently, legalizing marijuana can do wonders for the rental market.

Renters and Realtors Warned to Watch out for False Ads

The Better Business Bureau has warned realtors and people looking to rent property to watch out for false adverts on popular websites such as Craigslist when they are looking to sell a home or to rent somewhere.

Rentenna Rates over 15,000 Apartment Buildings in Philadelphia is a free rental tool that handily condenses everything a renter could want to know about the rental building into a single score. It now has over 15,000 apartment buildings rated in Philadelphia, and has included several new scores such as school scores and food delivery scores.

Billionaire Buys Up 10,000 Homes For Rent

A billionaire has just snapped up 10,000 single-family homes to in order to do them up and rent them out, becoming the second-biggest owner of rental homes in the US in one fell swoop.

Rental Property Investing – Bringing Back The 1% Rule

This one is a classic of real estate investing that was commonly known and practiced years ago. But in the years since the housing bubble destroyed all sense of realistic property values, it’s been mostly forgotten, and is now virtually unknown to newbie real estate investors.

Big Investors Raising Billions To Buy Up Foreclosures

Between the recent FHFA auctions of Fannie and Freddie foreclosures, and the appearance of mega-investment companies buying individual properties at local foreclosure auctions, the dynamics of the rental property business are changing rapidly.

Sign up Now and get our guide on Video Marketing for Real Estate Professionals for Free

Sign up to the Realty Biz News mailing list to get updates from our site and also get our guide to Video Marketing for Real Estate professionals for free