When Real Property Management started managing properties 30 years ago with a focus on residential property management, most of the homes on the market were multifamily units and apartment buildings. Things have changed. An evolving housing market and economy have made single family homes the new sought-after investment class.
Single Family Homes as Preferred Investment Plans
In the past, many investors relied on a strategy of flipping real estate. This meant they would buy homes, fix them up, and then sell them at a profit. That’s not as popular these days. Now, many real estate investors are adopting a buy and hold real estate strategy. So, they buy the property and then continue to rent it out to qualified tenants. The focus is on single family rental homes. These types of properties are seen as more stable investment opportunities over volatile markets. Generally, single family homes offer a more reliable, longer term property investment than the multifamily model.
Tenant Preferences and Single Family Homes
The cultural landscape is also shifting. An increasing number of families want the lifestyle that comes with living in a single family home, but they also prefer the freedom and mobility of renting over the option of buying.
Leading the Single Family Investment Market
Today, Real Property Management is the national leader in the single family market. These types of properties make up 70 percent of our national portfolio. No one knows the business better. We have a specialized, technology-driven process which is designed to successfully manage even far-flung single family properties. As a result, we stand above the competition that often still relies on a multifamily model. Those systems just don’t work for your single family investments.
We stand out as a leader in this area. Put our experienced team and proven process to work for you. Contact us today at Real Property Management Gold, and we’d be happy to talk to you further about your single family investment properties.
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