Are you thinking about investing in a rental property? If not, maybe you should be. Here’s why: In 2016, 65% of people 35 years old and under were renters rather than homebuyers. That’s up from the 57% that were renters in 2006. The demand is growing for rental properties, which makes purchasing them a great investment. However, there are several things you need to know before you decide to become a landlord.
Whether you own or manage one rental property or hundreds of rentals across the country, you need to be able to set fair market rents confidently.
The changing role of the property manager today requires more and more knowledge of ever-changing local city ordinances, state laws, and federal rules.
If you are engaged in the sale or rental of real estate, it is extremely important to do promotion on the Internet and not save on online marketing and contextual advertising.
It’s turning New York from a seller’s dream to a buyer’s heaven, so now might just be the time for you to leap in and find that amazing property which you’ve always dreamed of but never dared to ask for. Without further ado, here is the current economic situation going on with New York’s real estate.