What Gen Z renters are looking for in their community and from property managers Watch out, there’s a new generation defining the future of the multifamily industry. While millennials make up 56 percent of the rental market, Gen Z comprises 74 million people, making it equal in size to millennials and baby boomers. Even though they may be young, they have money to spend. They contribute $44 billion to the U.S. economy and it’s only a matter of time...Read More
Geotechnical engineering, also known as geotechnics, soil testing, or soil analysis, is the evaluation of the earth’s components before starting a construction project. Most examinations include surface and subsurface exploration, soil sampling, and laboratory analysis. Significance with large construction projects The characteristics and quality of your soil play a vital role in how a building is constructed. It’s best to have a professional analyze the soil before any construction begins to determine if it’s suitable for your project. They will...Read More
You’re in the market for an investment property and you’ve found a viable project, and your next step is securing a loan. For some, this is the most stressful step. You want to ensure your finances are in shape and examine your credit score before deciding where to apply for your loan. This used to be a simple matter of walking into a bank or credit union. Today there is a wide range of options, including mortgage brokers and direct...Read More
Which hard money loan is right for your project? Not all projects are the same, and therefore not all projects need the same type of funding. When it comes to financing your real estate project it’s important to find the right loan solution for your needs–and it’s always helpful to know a bit about various loan types when you first talk to your lender. Land Development Loans A land development loan is probably the best option for you if you...Read More
Bridge loans are a fantastic way to move from one investment to another. They are typically used to bridge the gap between one obligation to the next and are popular among business owners and real estate investors. Companies use bridge loans to cover expenses while waiting for long-term financing options. For instance, they may use a bridge loan to provide working capital so they can pay salaries, rent, and utility while they wait for larger sources of funding. The nature...Read More
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