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“House Rental Stocks are the Wall Street Stars,” said the Wall Street Journal (May 11, 2020) in a promising article about the housing marketing. According to the WSJ, single-family residential…
Increasingly we have been getting inquiries about what is happening in the Memphis real estate market, and what the outlook is for investing there. In talking with our clients, I observe that investors are seeking a safer, less volatile alternative to the stock market that still offers strong returns.
Memphis has long been a good market for investing in single-family rentals. The area has had landlord-friendly laws, low maintenance costs and a consistently high number of renters;
What are the characteristics as far as millennials and centennials – how are they impacting the real estate market? Like, what’s the trend that they are setting?
Meridian provides new and experienced investors with a turnkey solution to purchase and profit from residential real estate rental properties. In this video Kevin Conlon, Principal and Co-Founder or Meridian Pacific Properties, explains how they are able to generate immediate cash flow and long term appreciation from their build-to-rent properties.
Jeff King struck gold in Memphis. The former U.S. Marine is stylish and well-dressed, with dark hair and a soul patch, and he comes across as suave, confident and likable. The California King is also one of Memphis’ newest
There are significant tax benefits when you take advantage of a like kind exchange using a 1031 tax deferred real estate exchange. Find out how to use replacement properties and turnkey investment properties for your 1031 exchange
A 1031 tax deferred exchange involves trading two properties to defer taxes. The two properties do not necessarily have to be identical. Find turnkey investment properties and replacement properties for your 1031 like kind exchange.
What kind of questions would you ask a potential investor if they were to determine whether a REIT or a purchasing real estate would be a better option for them? I always like to ask an investor to be clear on what your objectives are.