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11
Dec. 2019

7 Things to Know Before You Decide to Rent Your Property

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Renting out your property can help you cover the expenses of owning a house while building wealth. Before you start, though, it's important to have a clear idea of everything that goes into being a landlord. From handling the application process to tracking rent payments, there are plenty of tools to help potential landlords manage their properties. If you're considering whether your property is ready to rent or looking for tenant screening services to help you find the right renters, here are five things to know before you decide to become a landlord.

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27
Nov. 2019

5 Ways Rental Applications & Tenant Screening Save You Time in Choosing Your Next Renter

5 Ways Rental Applications & Tenant Screening Save You Time in Choosing Your Next Renter

Choosing your next renter can be a complex, frustrating, and draining process. However, embracing online rental applications and tenant screening services can save time and help you narrow the field with remarkable speed.

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14
Nov. 2019

Landlord Tips for Managing a Rental Property

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Some people have the necessary business acumen and personality to be landlords, but many find themselves unexpectedly in the role. Experienced landlords often find that a balanced blend of property management from the old school combined with modern digital options, such as an online rental application and tenant screening services, best protect their greatest investment.

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9
Oct. 2019

Applicant Identity Fraud Report

How Identity Fraudsters Operate and What You Can Do to Stop Them

Lease applicant identity fraud comes in many shapes and sizes, but one thing is certain—it’s increasing rapidly. Many apartment property managers have been hit by some form of identity-related fraud,

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22
Jul. 2019

Multifamily Sales and Prices at New Highs

Multifamily Prices Hit New High in 2018

CoreLogic Economic Outlook: June 2019


Multifamily property sales totaled about $100 billion in 2018, the largest annual volume recorded, and apartment prices reached new highs last year.  Rent is expected to rise about 3% in 2019 with cap rates close to last year’s level, supporting further gains in property values.[1]

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1
May. 2019

10 Things to Evaluate When Looking for a Qualified Tenant

There are several reasons why finding a tenant is difficult. The answer lies in one simple word: qualification. To be considered a qualified tenant,  you have to have the right combination of variables. This article will help you identify 10 specific things to look for when searching to fill a vacancy.

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May. 2019

Low Inventory Driving Rent Increases in Some Metros

National Single Family Rent Index

US SINGLE-FAMILY RENTS UP 2.9 PERCENT YEAR OVER YEAR IN FEBRUARY

  • Rents for lower-priced homes increased faster than those of higher-price homes.
  • Phoenix had the largest annual rent increase of the 20 analyzed areas in February.

U.S. single-family rents increased 2.9 percent year over year in February 2019, up from a 2.7 percent increase in February 2018, according to the CoreLogic Single-Family Rental Index (SFRI). The index measures rent changes among single-family rental homes, including condominiums, using a repeat-rent analysis to measure the same rental properties over time. Single-family rents climbed steadily starting in 2010, and annual rent increases have stabilized, fluctuating between 2.7 and 3.1 percent for the past 12 months.  

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1
May. 2019

Housing Costs Have Risen Faster for Renters than Buyers

Single-Family Rent vs. Typical Mortgage Payment

FOR BUYERS, LOWER MORTGAGE RATES SINCE THE HOUSING BUST SOFTENED THE BLOW OF RISING HOME PRICES

As home prices soared in recent years, homebuyers’ struggles with worsening affordability understandably garnered a lot of attention. 

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May. 2019

What Every Landlord Should Know About Tenant Screening Regulations

Owning property and being a landlord comes with some responsibilities and risks. Property must be kept in good repair and tenants afforded privacy. In turn, landlords need to know the people they choose to rent to will pay their rent on time and comply with the terms of the rental or lease agreement. When they leave, they must return the property in substantially the same condition as when they moved in.

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12
Mar. 2019

Housing Recessions and Recoveries

CoreLogic National Home Price Index

ECONOMIC OBSERVATIONS, MARCH 2019

 

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