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MULTI-FAMILY

Why Multi-Family Investment Properties?

Multifamily residential is a classification of housing where multiple separate housing units for residential inhabitants are contained within one building or several buildings within one complex. Units can be next to each other or stacked on top of each other. A common form is an apartment building.

Types of Multi-family Homes

Apartments. According to a recent study by the Census Bureau and HUD, one in five American households live in a multifamily rental property, many of which are

 

Apartments. ... Condominiums. ... Mixed-Use. ... Student Housing. ... Age-Restricted. ... Low-Income.

Investing in Multi-Family Properties 

Rental property investing is the preferred investment strategy for investors who want an additional source of monthly income along with a slow but steady appreciation in the value of their portfolio. When it comes to residential real estate, there are two main types of properties that one can invest in: single-family and multi-family.

As the name implies, single-family properties are residential buildings with only one available unit to rent, while multi-family properties, also commonly known as apartment complexes, are buildings with more than one rentable space. While there are fewer barriers to entry when building a portfolio of small homes, there are several advantages to investing in large residential complexes. Here are three reasons to consider investing in multi-family real estate as opposed to single-unit rental properties.

 

Much like stocks, real estate investing allows for one to be successful through several different strategies. One of the most popular ways to invest in real estate is to own a collection of rental properties. Properties that only have one residential rental unit are commonly referred to as single-family properties, while apartment complexes that have multiple rental units are known as multi-family properties.

 

There are many advantages to owning multi-family real estate. These include access to easier and better financing opportunities, the ability to quickly grow one's rental property portfolio, and the luxury of hiring a property manager.

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