In November I featured articles in my newsletter to help real estate investors continue to stay on top of trends and make wise investment decisions. This roundup features articles on this fall’s rent report in Oregon, ideas for retiring on rental income, the growing demand for apartments, and advice for women interested in pursuing real estate investment.
November Highlights for Real Estate Investors
The Oregon Rent Report for September 2019 looks at trends throughout the state and makes comparisons to national trends.
The national average rent went up by 3.2% in the past year but dipped by 0.1% month-over-month, reaching $1,471 in September according to data from Yardi Matrix. Springfield, OR renters saw the highest monthly rent increase in September, with the average rate reaching $1,077 per month.
Whitney Hutten’s article on Bigger Pockets has numerous ideas for investors interested in maximizing their retirement cash flow and retiring on real estate investments.
Regardless of when you want to retire, you need to have a plan in place. Real estate investing is a great way to help you secure that plan. I give you eight different real investing tactics so you can take a path that suits you.
Michael Blank looks at the reasons that demand for apartments has been growing and will continue to grow.
It’s no secret that the demand for apartments in the USA, from both the consumer and investor perspective, is growing. It’s one of the reasons that I am so passionate about investing in the multifamily space. But have you ever wondered why the demand is so high and why it continues to grow?
Writer David Green interviews a woman who began investing in real estate five years ago. She provides ideas and advice for women who are considering pursuing real estate investment.
At times, real estate investing can seem like a male-dominated field. We’re often asked at BiggerPockets why there aren’t more women who are doing this. On an episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast, Ashley Kehr describes her experience as a woman in the industry. Is it extra challenging?
There are plenty of opportunities in Eugene-Springfield right now for investors interested in multifamily and other commercial properties. Some of them are silent opportunities that will not be listed. Contact me to find out more: 541-912-6583, firstname.lastname@example.org.