It’s SVN | Live Monday! This week we are proud to present a 48 Home SFR Investment Portfolio is located in the greater Phoenix Arizona metropolitan area, one of the hottest markets in the country, even during the pandemic. According to Rentcafe.com, Phoenix had a +7% rental growth rate from 2018 and continued growth in… Continue reading SVN | Live Recap – September 14th, 2020
Take a look at this 48 home SFR Investment Portfolio in one of the fastest growing rental markets in the United States. The growing Phoenix job market is attracting many across the nation, leading to an average rent increase of about 8.3%, as the market continues pushing the rent. With quality tenants in place, 100%… Continue reading Featured Listing: 48 Home SFR Investment Portfolio Phoenix, AZ
Fueling the Nation's Top Investment Asset Class in Today's Market Wed, Sep 2, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST This presentation will cover: • What are currently the strongest markets and MSAs? Primary Markets vs. Secondary?• How does the SFR asset class compare to other commercial real estate sectors?• What are the benefits of… Continue reading Join RCN Capital and SFRhub for a Free State of the Industry Webinar
Originally posted by GlobeSt | Kelsi Maree Borland Single-family rentals may be one of the asset classes to gain demand following the pandemic. Single-family rentals may be one of the few asset classes to grow following the pandemic. According to Jeff Cline of SVN | SFRhub Advisors, demand for single-family portfolios, defined as five or more homes, has skyrocketed… Continue reading Demand Jumps in Single-Family Rental Market by GlobeSt. Featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors
It may come as no surprise that Florida snagged the top spot once again in 2019 — it consistently ranks among the best place to retire. For good reason: The Sunshine State benefits from a low cost of living, extensive availability of health facilities and recreational activities, including golf, museums and beaches, as well as no personal income tax. Though, that spot may not be reserved for the sunshine state for much longer.
Just as single-family rental investments are a good source of income, these properties can bring forth problems. Below, Forbes explains the six most common pitfalls and how to avoid them. Continue reading below to learn more. Originally posted by Forbes. Single-family rental properties can deliver a positive cash flow, build wealth and generate an excellent… Continue reading Investing In Single-Family Rentals: Six Pitfalls And How To Avoid Them by Forbes Real Estate Council featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors
A lot of people have been surprised by the alarming rate of apartment construction, but what is further surprising us, is the rate that single-family rental homes are being built. Here's a quote from RentCafe, "For the better part of the decade ending in 2016, single-family homes for rent were the fastest growing type of rental in the U.S., outpacing the formidable apartment boom seen throughout the country." And it shows no signs of slowing!
In a recent article by DailyMail, it was revealed how much earning power is needed to buy a home in the 50 largest cities in the US. This just furthermore exemplifies that renting is the way to go! Keep reading below to find out what the minimum income to buy a home is for your state.
Have you heard about the recent LIBOR-SOFR changes? Here's a short quote for a recent article by Wealth Management, " The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) has been the global benchmark interest rate since the mid-1980s, and is the benchmark interest rate for roughly $350T of outstanding loans, mortgages, and securities. But banks will no longer be required to submit LIBOR quotes past 2021. After 2021 and likely before, LIBOR’s status as the global interest rate benchmark will be passed to its heir apparent—the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR)."
Below states exactly how and why the single-family rental investing market is pushing boundaries and growing to unexpected heights. Do you know what these variables are? Let us know in the comments below.