We all want to know what’s next. Will home values maintain or start to see a decline? What about rental real estate, how will that fare in the coming months? Well, we can’t tell the future, but we can make a few educated predictions about real estate after lockdown. Here goes: Income-producing real estate is going to be all the rage...again.
Many real estate investors and investors-to-be have second thoughts about their investments. Especially knowing that the investment they make will be profitable and perform with certainty. For others, the questions stem from the very beginning, as they learn about the asset class in general. In this article, we will cover everything from determining if
The wealth gap in the United States is staggering. The top 3 individuals have more wealth than the bottom 50%. (Forbes). 2018 created more millionaires than ever before, yet millions of individuals are struggling with consumer debt, rising housing costs, inflation, and stagnant wages. The gap between the haves and have-nots is widening every day. COVID-19 is
Rental housing rates reached staggering heights and were showing no signs of slowing down entering the 2020 rental high season...until COVID-19 that is. Rent growth has outpaced inflation and wage growth for the last few years. This wasn’t all that unreasonable considering the bargain basement pricing following the 2008-2009 recession. To get back to the
Times of crisis can be wrought with fear, uncertainty, and concerns that can erode away the confidence of even the most resolute investor. It is times like these that allow leaders to emerge, seize the opportunity while maintaining a heart for humanity. This guide is a reference for those who want to transform fear and apprehension into strategic
Minority American families have struggled to generate a foundation of wealth. Historically, minority populations have been denied awareness and, therefore, opportunities for financial education and vehicles to independently build wealth. This failure has resulted in systemic and systematic poverty. Housing Joint Venture is leading a grassroots Economic