Multi Family

Best Multi-Family Development Investment Opportunities in Tennessee

If you’re looking for a great state to invest in multi-family real estate, Tennessee should be one of your first choices. Compared to the rest of the United States, the Southeastern states have weathered the COVID-19 pandemic fairly well, with many Southeastern metroes showing growth in population and increase in rent. In particular, Tennessee’s capital

Best Multi-Family Development Investment Opportunities in North Carolina

Now is the time to invest in real estate in North Carolina. The economy has remained strong thanks to the numerous jobs in business and information technology, and the population is ever-growing, creating a consistent demand for housing. In particular, North Carolina’s capital, Raleigh, and its largest city, Charlotte are enjoying a real estate boom

Raleigh, NC Multi-Family Real Estate Opportunities

If you’re looking to invest in multi-family real estate in the Southeastern United States, you should start with Raleigh.     The capital of North Carolina and the second largest city in the state, Raleigh is one of the fastest growing cities in America. Since the start of the 21st Century, Raleigh has seen a

How to Begin Investing in Multi-Family Properties

As 2021 comes to a close, many investors are looking for new opportunities to begin the new year with. Many once-effective investment strategies have become obsolete as the COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive changes to the economic world but investing in real estate remains a reliable source of income.     Investing in multi-family real

Multi-Family Real Estate Opportunities in Nashville, TN: Best Areas & Types of Development

“Multi-family real estate” refers to any building in which multiple owners or renters can live in separate, independent spaces. Multi-family real estate includes both residential properties, such as duplexes and condos, and commercial properties, such as high rise apartment buildings.     There are a number of benefits to investing in a multi-family property rather