1031 As an Estate Planning Tool
1031 is a great way to preserve equity, reposition assets and defer substantial amounts in taxes. 1031 Exchanges can be a great estate planning tool for real estate investors.
Freddie Mac Multifamily Experience
Freddie Mac will begin accepting ownership of two- to four-unit properties (duplexes, triplexes or quadplexes) as relevant experience for all loans in its Optigo® Small Balance Loans (SBL) program.
Chicago South Side Multifamily Investor Meetup
Join Root Realty and INSIGNIA Financial Services LLC for the Southside Landlord Enrichment Event
Nationwide Debate Over Moratoriums and Good Cause Evictions
Good cause eviction legislation has been gaining momentum in recent months, especially in New York state. Since last summer, four upstate cities have passed good cause eviction laws, including Albany, Poughkeepsie and Newburgh. Meanwhile, smaller towns like New Paltz, Kingston, and Hudson are also considering passing similar bills.
Why You Should Consider Agency Financing For Your Multifamily Property
Could agency lending be the right fit for your multifamily investment? While there are many options to consider when financing your multifamily property, INSIGNIA is here to help you navigate the process. For more information, talk to one of our multifamily experts or get an instant quote through our instant quote tool.
2020 Mid-Year Multifamily Outlook
The vast majority of apartment properties are performing well despite the crisis caused by the coronavirus; however, that may change if lawmakers do not renew or replace the programs supporting millions who lost jobs or income, according to mid-2020 forecasts from economists at three apartment market research firms.
Americans are Moving Less According to US Census Bureau
Correlation to higher percentage of long-term renters for real estate investors in single family and multifamily rentals.
Fewer than 10% of Americans moved to new places in the 2018-2019 year, the lowest rate since the Census Bureau began tracking domestic relocations in 1947.
Why it matters: Despite a strong economy, more people are feeling locked in place. Young adults, who have historically been the most mobile, are staying put these days thanks to housing and job limitations. So are aging adults who are reluctant to (or can’t afford to) make a move.
The High-Earning Renter Segment is Growing Fast
The higher-earning renter household ($100K annual earnings) is the “fastest growing segment of the U.S. housing market.”