Shifting to a Hospitality Mindset for Short-term Vacation Rentals

Short-term rentals require a different approach to decision-making, an emphasis on understanding the clientele, and a focus on elevating the experience of those who stay there.

Benefits of an LLC for Real Estate Investing

An LLC can provide many broad benefits to any type of company, but there are several unique advantages for real estate investors.

What Does a Title Company Do? An Introductory Guide for First-time Buyers & Investors

First-time homebuyers and novice real estate investors may not understand all the nuances of the closing process. Here are ten commonly asked questions about title companies to help you better understand what they do, how they do it, and why.

Five Ways to Finance Real Estate Investments

One of the biggest hurdles to real estate investing is understanding the lending options and which best aligns with your goals and financial circumstances. Here are five of the approaches investors take to mitigate the upfront costs of buying real estate.

The Four Phases of the Real Estate Cycle

Seasoned real estate investors use historical knowledge to understand how the market is moving and make changes to their investment strategies. Understanding the phases of the real estate cycle is one way to potentially predict what might be on the horizon.

What Gen Z Wants in a Rental

In 2021, Gen Z was the only generation with an increase in rental applications. Born between 1997 and 2012, the oldest of this generation are graduating college, starting careers, and establishing independence. With recent survey findings, their renting preferences are beginning to emerge.

Long-term vs. Short-term Rentals: Which Is A Better Investment Strategy?

Real estate investors who intend to hold property and rent it out for profit can take two approaches: long-term rentals or short-term rentals. Both strategies for rental income have pros and cons.

How Climate Risks May Impact Long-term Real Estate Owners

If you plan to invest in real estate for the long haul, climate risk should probably be a part of your buying calculus.

How to Invest in Real Estate with Little or No Money

The idea of investing in real estate when you can’t even afford to buy your first home sounds absurd, but investors are finding creative ways to make money with real estate even without a large number in their bank accounts.

The Different Types of Electronic Closings​

During the coronavirus pandemic, several states issued executive orders temporarily allowing certain kinds of eClosings. Since then, confusion remains about what an eClosing entails. Here’s what you need to know.