South Florida Property Management

You NEED To Consider This Before Picking a Property Manager

There are several different types of investors in private real estate, ranging from commercial investors to accidental investors. Commercial real estate investors purchase thousands of units all over the country, whereas accidental owners initially purchased property to occupy but ended up moving for work/family.

Seven things to consider when moving for your job

The moment that you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived; a job offer. Finding work during the last year has been a challenging task, considering everything that’s going on with the world, so this is a massive moment for you. There’s only one thing that stands in the way of you and your new position. … Continued

Fort Lauderdale Real Estate

What is a 1031 Tax-Exchange?

If you’re a real estate investor and not sure what a 1031 Tax Exchange is, this article may very well be worth its weight in gold. A few weeks back, we wrote an article about the conditions of the market, and how we’re seeing unprecedented levels of demand.

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Is the Rental Market Still Alive for Investors?

2020 pulled out all of the stops, at least as far as surprises. Between the first pandemic in over a century and its effects on the housing market – such as lowered interest rates, an unprecedented demand for housing, and millions of Americans relocating. That begs the question; where does the rental market land between … Continued

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Buyers or Sellers market? How to spot the difference

The real estate market, unlike some other investment assets, acts in cycles. While the stock market has been notably unpredictable, the real estate market has historically been a bit more formulaic — it switches between sellers and buyers markets.

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Are people moving to Florida?

Millions of people across the country have been forced to reconsider the size of their homes, their finances, and their well-being. The US Census Bureau states 3.4% of the workforce was working remotely before 2020. According to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), a whopping 42% of the labor force in the US is now working from home.