Q3 2022 Memphis SFR Market Update for Real Estate Investors
On Nov. 10, Meridian Pacific Properties’ executives recorded their quarterly live webinar for real estate investors. In addition to the regular market and inventory updates, the team unveiled a new incentive program to enhance returns for investors looking to buy between now and year end. Click on the timestamps below to view highlights. Corporate Update […]
Q2 2022 Memphis SFR Market Update for Real Estate Investors
On Jul. 28, Meridian Pacific Properties’ executives recorded their quarterly live webinar for real estate investors. In this video you will hear from: Jeff King, Co-Founder and Principal Brian Conlon, Director of Business Development Kent Coykendall, President Here are some of the topics we cover: Meridian Corporate Update Home Builders and Buyers React to the […]
To Renew a Lease or Begin Anew? … That Is the Question
There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to keeping a resident in place rather than securing a new, qualified resident for a potentially greater bump in rent.
Q1 2022 Memphis SFR Market Update for Real Estate Investors
Meridian Pacific Properties’ executive team recorded its second Webinar of 2022 with special guest Todd Swanson of Swanson Lending.
Announcing Our New Portfolio Performance Report
Meridian Pacific Properties is proud to announce the release of our new Portfolio Performance Report. This proprietary report is designed to show investment return for our clients.
What an Investor Can Do Right Now
During these unprecedented times, there are many questions within the investor market. The good news is that the Single-Family Residential market…
The Real Estate Market Slowed. Should Investors Be Concerned?
Is there anything that an investor should be concerned about with the real estate market’s slowing down over this past month?
The Spirit of What We Do
The whole spirit behind what we’re trying to do is we wanted to solve a problem for people. I mean, 95% of Americans only invest in traditional investments, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, you know, cash instruments, and so on. Only 5% invest in alternative investments. And that includes real estate.