Rental Market Trends

This resource will help you understand the rental real estate market for different areas across the country including rent prices and new trends.

Q1 Challenges Ahead for Landlords and Property Managers


As we look at the challenges landlords and property managers face going into Q1 of 2021, the new normal is accepting and adapting to change.

Five Biggest Trends in Property Right Now


The real estate market continues to evolve and we keep seeing new trends emerging on a daily basis. However, there are also some trends that have been around for a while and it doesn’t seem like...

Investing in Property? 4 Powerful Reasons You Need Real Estate Software


Whether you plan to invest in a rental property or plan to buy and sell, you need the right tools for the job. Real estate software can help you manage your portfolio optimally.

4 Steps to Becoming a Landlord


As of the first quarter of 2020, the US's homeownership rate was 65.3%, up from a stable 64% from 2019. The other 34.7% of the population rent their homes, and 40% of those renters are 45 or older....

4 Tips for Managing Multiple Properties In Different States


In our modern world, it’s easier than ever for investors and landlords to be in more than one place at the same time. Red-eye flights can be booked from your phone and face-to-face online video...

How To Value Rental Property


The quickest way to determine whether a property is worth investing in is to use the Gross Rent Multiplier method (GRM).² The GRM is a good rule of thumb that can help you decide whether something...

Considerations for Rental Vacancies and Renewals


As social distancing guidelines get tighter in many metro areas, property management companies need to work with tenants and landlords a little differently. 

What's Ahead For Real Estate As Safer-At-Home Restrictions Expire?


The debate between what makes a business essential or non-essential continues as the COVID-19 pandemic has the U.S. economy in a tailspin.

How Many Property Managers Work From Home – or Still Have a Brick-and-Mortar Office?


As many areas of the country pause or slow down re-opening efforts due to the pandemic, a growing number of businesses have decided to close up their conventional offices and operate with most...

How to Build a Financial Moat with Real Estate Investing


Today, many of us live in our own plain and simple financial castles that are much more vulnerable than yesterday's castles. Not only do our financial castles not have any moat for financial...

Why Contactless Rentals are the Future of Real Estate


As the country gradually reopens the economy, industries innovate fast to get back on their feet and survive in the new normal. For those in real estate rentals, deciding the next step for your...

5 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Tenant-Landlord Relationship


You need to understand the healthy boundaries and obligations of a tenant-landlord relationship. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. The lines between the landlord and the renter often...

Is the Real Estate Market Going to Take a Hit – Or Not?


Now in October 2020, we are not out of the woods. Many real estate investors feel a pinch as tenants have not paid many for a few months. With all evictions being frozen, the fallout of restaurants...

The Dreaded Vacancy: Stabilize Cash Flow by Reducing Tenant Turnover


In the world of real estate investing, there are two numbers landlords consistently analyze: the cash flow their properties could produce in an ideal scenario, and the actual monthly cash flow they...