An in-depth look at the Massachusetts rental market (July edition) Where are prices climbing? Where are they falling? Where can you get the best deal on a one-bedroom? Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post An in-depth look at the Massachusetts rental market (July edition) appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
I like to Overpay for Rental Properties. That’s Not a Typo. Hear Me Out. I like to overpay for rental properties. That’s not a typo. Hear me out. By Daniel Hart All too often we fixate on one metric alone; sales price. It’s the measurement that we’ve been conditioned to use as an indicator of our
U.S. Homeownership & Rental Vacancy Rates for Q1 2022 The U.S. government is reporting that the national vacancy rates for Q1, 2022 were 5.8% for rental housing and 0.8% for homeowner housing. The national homeownership rate for Q1, 2022 was 65.4% (about the same as Q4, 2021). In addition, approximately 89.4% of the housing units
An in-depth look at the Massachusetts rental market (April edition) The good news for renters is that many communities in the state saw a decrease in the median rent last month. | RealEstate.Boston.com The post An in-depth look at the Massachusetts rental market (April edition) appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Treasury Says Most Rental Aid will be Exhausted by Mid-Year Reuters is reporting that the U.S. Treasury Department said on the $ 46.6 billion rental assistance program has disbursed/obligated over $ 30 billion to renters & landlords through the end of February, 2022. In addition, they report that the “vast majority” of funding will be
Five Rules to Buying Rental Property After 100 deals, I have “5 Rules” to buying rental property. You are not going to like them, because they are difficult, but they are necessary to thrive. by Daniel Hart These 5 rules have kept me in business for almost 20 years. They are not theory, and are