Blog Articles, Build-for-Rent

Developers bet big on build-for-rent in these uncertain times

Originally posted by The Real Deal | Katherine Kallergis Since moving from an apartment building in Allen, Texas to a two-bedroom house in nearby McKinney in April, Joy Fleming has… Continue reading Developers bet big on build-for-rent in these uncertain times

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IMN Build-to-Rent Forum 3-16-2021

In case you missed the IMN Build-to-Rent Forum on March 16th. Here are two of the panels featuring SVN | SFR Capital Management's Michael Finch as a panelist and Jeff… Continue reading IMN Build-to-Rent Forum 3-16-2021

Single Family Residential

A Flood of Capital is Chasing Rental Housing

Originally posted by GlobeSt.com | Les Shaver With many commercial real estate sectors struggling because of the pandemic, investors are zeroing on a few specific places—apartments and industrial.  “The capital… Continue reading A Flood of Capital is Chasing Rental Housing

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Single-Family Rentals Draw Apartment, Other Developers

Originally posted by GlobeSt.com | Les Shaver With single-family rentals outperforming multifamily in many cases, builders in other sectors are starting to take notice. ”The buzzword right now is build-for-rent,”… Continue reading Single-Family Rentals Draw Apartment, Other Developers

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Single-Family Rentals Aren’t Just for Millennials

Originally posted by GlobeSt.com | Les Shaver A common narrative is that millennials have been leaving cities and for more space in single-family rentals during the pandemic. But Michael Carey,… Continue reading Single-Family Rentals Aren’t Just for Millennials

Single Family Residential

Cap Rates: What They Are and What They’re Not

Originally posted by CoreVest | Trevor Hanson What are Cap Rates? The capitalization rate, commonly referred to as “cap rate”, is most powerfully—an estimator of an investor’s potential return on… Continue reading Cap Rates: What They Are and What They’re Not

Single Family Residential

The Light: Suburban Migration Benefits Single-Family Rentals

Originally posted By John Burns Real Estate Consulting |By Devyn Bachman, Ken Pearlman, and Lesley Dutch We have all heard the tales of the current renter migration to the suburbs… Continue reading The Light: Suburban Migration Benefits Single-Family Rentals

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Renting Has Become More Affordable Than Owning in Many Counties

Originally posted by Globe St | Erika Morphy Renting remains more affordable than homeownership in nearly three-quarters of the most populated counties in the United States, according to ATTOM Data… Continue reading Renting Has Become More Affordable Than Owning in Many Counties

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One Simple Trick to Ease SFR Management Challenges

Originally posted by Globe St | Les Shaver Single-family rentals are a nascent but rapidly growing asset class.  After the Global Financial Crisis, big players aggregated assets and then rolled… Continue reading One Simple Trick to Ease SFR Management Challenges

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One Simple Trick to Ease SFR Management Challenges

Originally posted by GlobeSt.com | Les Shaver Single-family rentals are a nascent but rapidly growing asset class.  After the Global Financial Crisis, big players aggregated assets and then rolled out… Continue reading One Simple Trick to Ease SFR Management Challenges