Investor Intel: Is There a Housing Bubble? September 2, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News

If any housing bubbles exist, they are local in nature, not national, says CNBC contributor Ron Insana, who suggests housing commentators need to settle down because “this is not an ‘all in’ moment on the housing front.”

Insana says that …

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What do Baby Boomers Want in Accessible Rentals? August 29, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Landlords

By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer

A significant number of baby boomers want to move into rental properties as they age. Housing that is accessible for aging or disabled baby boomers will be a key factor in their decisions about where …

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Investor Intel: Out Like a Lion? April 1, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News

The U.S economy continued to add jobs at a steady pace in March. Nonfarm payrolls rose by 215,000 in March according to the Labor Department. Today’s report showed the strongest job growth in the retail, construction and health care industries. …

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What Rental Property Investors Can Expect in 2016 January 27, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

The 2016 housing market is expected to be a picture of moderate but solid growth, with increasing interest rates a minimal concern. Rental investors will particularly benefit as property appreciates, rents rise to record heights and vacancy rates fall.…

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B2R Investor Intel for July July 27, 2015

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

July began with a bang, as the big question was whether or not Greece would leave the Euro (it did not). Then there was China’s impending 1929 and Puerto Rico needing a bankruptcy lifeline, news which sent investors …

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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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Many Renters Plan to be Tenants for the Long-Term December 29, 2014

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

buyrentMore than 60 percent of current renters plan to rent long-term, according to a recent survey from Freddie Mac that says renters see both positives and negatives about their living arrangements.

Freddie Mac commissioned Harris Poll to survey more than …

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By Kyle Major, Account Executive, B2R Finance

The buy-to-rent concept has been around many years with our brethren from across the pond, and now this investment mindset is gaining steam in the United States.

In Britain, what’s called “buy-to-let” is …

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