Rental Housing

Here you will find all of our articles with topics that cover rental housing.

Majority of Homeowners and Renters Benefiting from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

We believe that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will likely impact housing as follows: More entry-level home buying in most areas of the country Higher rents, since tenants now have more disposable income Acceleration in Southern migration We ran …

Time to Reboot Your Housing Rental Strategies

Categories: Podcast Rental Housing

Huge shifts are occuring in the rental market: Return to basics. Rental demand is shifting to a focus on affordability, with renters willing to sacrifice square footage, privacy, amenities, and commute time in return for lower rent. Suburban growth. Urban …

Why Dedicated Communities of Single-Family Rental Homes Should Be Part of a Multifamily Rental Portfolio

Categories: Rental Housing

Companies spend huge dollars attracting and keeping clients—and this is certainly true for apartment owners. The operator who values customer retention should be asking, “Where is my tenant moving to and why?” Per Freddie Mac’s recent survey of renters, of …

Making Sense of the Single-Family Rental Industry

Categories: Podcast Rental Housing

Dallas Tanner, the Chief Executive Officer who co-founded Invitation Homes in 2012 and has grown it to be the landlord for more than 80,000 rental homes across the US, shares with us the future of rental homes. Invitation Homes strategically …

The Rise and Evolution of the Single-Family Rental Industry

Categories: Rental Housing

  Consulting leader Dean Wehrli volunteered to host our new podcast. You never know what to expect from Dean. Click here to subscribe to future episodes. For episode 2 of our New Home Insights Podcast, Dean talks with Rick Palacios …

Single-Family Rental Industry Act 2: Build-to-Rent Taking Center Stage

Categories: Rental Housing

The single-family rental (SFR) space has quickly quieted skeptics and scaled into an institutional asset class. Build-to-rent (B2R) is now playing an emerging role in the industry’s evolution. In less than a decade, Progress Residential, Tricon American Homes, Front Yard …

Home Sharing: 44 Million Empty Bedrooms Await

Home sharing will gradually take a sizeable dent out of housing demand. Just like Uber matches car owners with passengers and Airbnb matches homeowners with short-term renters, new technology companies match homeowners with long-term renters. These sharing economy technologies will …

Surging Home Buying vs. Quality Home Renting

It never ceases to amaze me how great interviewers can extract so much information in only two minutes. Here are the highlights of what I shared on CNBC earlier this week: . . Surging home sales. “Something happened in the middle …

Permanent Tech Disruptions to Home Sales

rpalacios@realestateconsulting.com | (949) 870-1244 Twitter: @RickPalaciosJr Technology has permanently taken two months off the time required to sell a home. New real estate technologies empower: A new group of highly informed, quick-close, all-cash buyers Very informed homeowners who are increasingly …

Apartment Returns Shifting to Secondary Markets

Categories: Rental Housing

Secondary apartment markets and what we call surban™ locations (desirable suburban locations with urban amenities) have shifted to become outperformers. Secondary markets (determined by historical permit activity) have had less construction than primary markets and remain more affordable. These secondary markets …