Who Are Today’s Landlords?

Erica Christoffer Condominiums, Establishing Your Business, Multiple-Family Properties, Property Management, Rental Properties, Working with Clients 1 Comment

By Erica Christoffer

If you’re looking to get into property management, you’ll want to research your potential clients. And property owners who are considering becoming landlords will be looking for a real estate professional who’s familiar with their needs.

According to a recent survey of 2,000 landlords conducted by TransUnion, 44 percent are age 34 and under and 66 percent …

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Tips for Buyer’s Agents on Condo Deals

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Condominiums, Professional Development, Sales & Marketing, Working with Clients 2 Comments

By Scott Newman With the market picking up steam, buyers are out there scooping up homes and they’re counting on you as their agent to help them navigate the treacherous waters of their transaction.  When they are buying a condo, that path can be filled with even more landmines, and you have a whole new realm of elements to account …

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FHA Condo Financing & Stunting Real Estate Recovery

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Condominiums, FHA Programs 9 Comments

By Laura Rubinchuk

When I heard about the new FHA DELRAP/HRAP guidelines for condo financing, my gut reaction was, “Well, I might as well go find another job.” Some of the subjective guidelines for the new approval process will greatly affect my market:

-Proximity to a noise (i.e. busy streets, highways) -Proximity to a gas station -Percentage of commercial space