Real Estate Investors and the Rental Affordability Gap August 15, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate

By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer

The number of renters who spend more than 30 percent or even 50 percent of their income on rent is on the rise in America.

The number of cost-burdened renters reached 21.3 million in 2014, …

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Trends to Watch

It’s a new year full of new opportunities and B2R Finance has identified these five trends as those that will impact the single-family rental investment community in 2015. Here’s what to expect:

  1. An improving economy. The economy is on
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2014 Real Estate Year In Review

Investors saw and took opportunities to grow their single-family rental portfolios in 2014 as the housing market continued to improve and provide growth potential. As we look forward to what 2015 holds, let’s take a moment to review the major …

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Many U.S. Housing Markets Still Affordable December 8, 2014

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Foreclosure, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment

Counties Still Affordable

Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania have some of the nation’s most affordable housing, according to new data from RealtyTrac, which found that 48 percent of housing markets are still affordable by historical standards.

Those three states had the most counties listed …

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