Over the past ten years, we have seen a significant evolution in the multifamily market as homeownership rates nationwide have steadily declined, reaching a 50-year record low in 2015. During a recent presentation for the Institute of Real Estate Management, Connecticut Chapter, I shared insights on national trends and the regional multifamily housing market. Here are some highlights:
Owners of retail investment properties often look for ways to make their properties more attractive to larger, long-term credit tenants – think CVS, Walgreens, McDonald’s, Chase Bank, etc..
This post is the first in a five-part series that examines the best practices for hiring an investment sales broker. For the next few weeks, we’ll be looking more closely at each of these key criteria and how choosing a broker who exemplifies these standards can help real estate investors to achieve their goals.