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The “Downfall” of the Mall: What it Really Means to Consumers and Communities

September 13, 2017

Numerous sources (many of them reliable) say that the U.S. consumer should expect a decline in the number of shopping malls nationally. According to a report by Credit Suisse, 20% to 25% of America’s malls will likely close in the coming five years. In addition, the rate of new mall... Continue Reading →

By the Numbers: Why Buying a Small Multi-Family Property May Be the Right Move for You

April 04, 2017

While many people see themselves as aspiring business owners and entrepreneurs, many others start business ventures as part of a natural progression in their own personal financial lives. Simply put, people often become business owners and get involved in real estate investing to make money and save money. Many have... Continue Reading →

Affordable Housing: A Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry Where Investment Property Serves A Community Purpose

March 28, 2017

The shortage of affordable apartments and homes is a challenge for people of all income levels in the U.S. With so many people spending 50% or more of their income on housing, it is no wonder that people from all walks of life are looking for relief. This unwavering demand... Continue Reading →

Is House Flipping Really that Simple?

March 29, 2016

In recent years house flipping has become incredibly popular, with countless reality TV shows all over the airwaves. It looks simple, but how much of the actual effort of flipping a house is completed off-camera, so the viewer doesn't really get a clear picture of how much work they will... Continue Reading →