Buyers’ Edge Sharpens in Multi-Family Rentals

Buyers’ Edge Sharpens in Multi-Family Rentals

By Terry Harding, Senior Vice President
As read on Western Investor’s 2019 Investor’s Guide to Western Investing

Low loan-to-value ratios and cap rates keep Metro rental apartments a long-horizon strategy

The multi-family market is generally seen as one of the safest real estate investment vehicles available, often considered the bond of real estate. A multi-family investment is often viewed as a type of recession-proof pension. When the real estate market slows down, apartments traditionally resist price corrections. The main criteria are that rents remain constant or do not decrease in any significant way. Residential rental property is valued on net income.

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