How Self-Storage Complements Multifamily

How Self-Storage Complements Multifamily

How Self-Storage Complements Multifamily The self-storage and multifamily markets are often said to run along parallel paths. Both asset classes follow a similar set of metrics—namely population growth, employment growth, and income growth—to determine a profitable...
Is Student Housing Ready to Bounce Back?

Is Student Housing Ready to Bounce Back?

Is Student Housing Ready to Bounce Back? At the beginning of the pandemic, most real estate investors were anxious to see how COVID-19 would affect business. One sector in particular that was closely monitored was student housing. Off-campus housing property owners...
Mortgage-to-Rent Margins Remain Wide

Mortgage-to-Rent Margins Remain Wide

Mortgage-to-Rent Margins Remain Wide New data released in February illustrates how difficult it is for households earning less than $100,000 to become homeowners in the current market. The National Association of Realtors found there are more than 400,000 fewer...
The Past, Present and Future of 1031 Exchanges

The Past, Present and Future of 1031 Exchanges

The Past, Present and Future of 1031 Exchanges Too often, taxes are described in the media as if they were part of nature, no less fundamental than gravity or solar radiation. We are expected to accept taxation without question, working only to manage the effects of...
Do You Know How Debt is Treated in a 1031 Exchange?

Do You Know How Debt is Treated in a 1031 Exchange?

It may be unwise to buy a replacement property until you know how debt is treated in a 1031 exchange. Are you planning to replace your current investment property for something larger? Perhaps you want to reinvest in a better location or simply diversify your...