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Agency Debt for Single Family Rental Portfolios

A Blog from Angel Flores (BIO) The terms of a loan are one of the most important driving forces for the value of any investment. This I especially true for investment real estate, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have very good financing terms for multifamily projects and...

So You Need a Property Manager

  A Blog By Mark Allen: For a majority of investors, using a third-party management company to operate your property is the best way to scale your investment business.  Property managers are one of the most important members of your team.  Their team helps...

Dallas-Fort Worth Market Update

A Blog From Nicholas Brown Dallas-Fort Worth remains one of the hottest markets in the nation. As we get closer to the end of Q3 2017, DFW is holding strong as a top 10 market for employment growth. Total non-farm employment growth is over 3%, and showing no signs of...

Why Selling Single Family Rentals in Bulk is the Best Answer

Why Selling Single Family Rentals in Bulk is the Best Answer A blog from Mark Allen: With the current seller’s market across the U.S., it is extremely tempting for many property owners to cash in, sell their single-family homes, and use that capital gain to purchase...

What is the Green Program in Multifamily?

A Blog From Angel Flores: Specializing in B and C class Multifamily, we run into a lot of properties where there is an opportunity for utility savings. Many of these properties were built in the 60’s and 70’s when appliances and fixtures used a lot more energy and...

Demographic Trends in Housing

Blog From Shan Zaidi When looking at demographic trends in Dallas-Fort Worth housing, there are several lenses through which we can make examinations. We can focus on what is happening locally, or we can approach from a wider lense and analyze national trends....

Renting vs Buying In Dallas-Fort Worth

Blog From Nicholas Brown For the majority of the nation, it is cheaper for residents to purchase a home rather than rent. This is true for 66 percent of the 540 U.S. counties in a study performed by Attom Data Solutions. But Dallas-Fort Worth counters this trend. In...