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If you’ve been investing in real estate for a while it’s most likely that you have one small apartment building in your portfolio of investment properties, and that’s a good thing, because smaller units are quickly becoming a thing of the past especially in large...

If you’re planning on buying a multifamily investment property there are basic valuation models which include the gross rent multiplier, sales comparison approach, and the capital asset pricing model. Using these models will help most investors to understand the pros and cons that a multifamily investment...

At a recent USC Lusk Center for Real Estate meeting in Los Angeles (October 17th), the future of multi-family housing was discussed including what renters and investors expect in 2019. In this article, we will cover some of the key takeaways from that meeting and give...

  If you ask most landlords if they’ve served a 3-day notice to pay or quit they will tell you yes, they’ve served this notice at least once while they’ve owned rental properties. A 3-day notice to pay or quit is typically filed when a tenant has...

The November 2018 election has come and gone but the good news for real estate investors and renters is that Proposition 10, the measure to give cities the power to enact rent control across California was defeated. If Prop 10 was approved by voters, Costa Hawkins,...

[caption id="attachment_6227" align="alignnone" width="300"] Image credit - RENTCafe[/caption] It’s October 2018, the long-awaited stock market correction has finally arrived and many investors are getting nervous because their 2018 gains are being wiped out. Are there any safe investment options out there? The answer to this question is...

Over the years investors have traditionally looked to what’s happening in the bond market to help them determine what they can expect from corporate real estate property prices and cap rates because there’s always been a direct correlation between what’s happening with bonds and commercial...

Thanks to a recent report from Multi-Housing News we know that Los Angeles is among the top cities in the United States for supply and demand of multifamily rental properties. The areas in Southern California that rank high for multifamily supply and demand in the United...

If you’re interested in growing your portfolio of rental properties in Southern California you most likely have been considering investing in a multifamily rental property like an apartment complex because with multifamily, more doors equal more money. Sadly, some investors may be priced out of the...