If you are a real estate investor and wondering where will be the best opportunity to invest in rental properties...well have you heard of Canadian County in Oklahoma? Yukon and Mustang are the main cities in Canadian County. I will tell you every day of the week that Yukon is a great place to live, raise a family and have a rental home. Don't take my word for it (I am biased) but look at this research of the Top Hidden Gems for Real Estate Investment in regards to the greatest yield.
This is in the entire United States! Canadian County number 3! Notice Canadian County is less than 2% from the top spot and has the lowest unemployment...Read More
Are you considering selling your home because the mortgage payments are now a burden on your budget? Leasing out your home is a viable option. A responsible and qualified tenant will cover most or all your mortgage payments while still keep the equity of the investment.
Yukon, OK is a great place to live, raise a family, buy a home and invest in rental property. Why is it so? Check out these interesting facts about Yukon.
Source is from Sterlings Best Place web site but more important from my own personal opinion. Your comments are appreciated.
Highlights of the current housing market in regards to Rental Homes. This is from a report by Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies published each year reporting on the housing market for that year. This is the 2013 findings and I am highlighting facts that are interesting to rental home owners and investors. The full report can be download here.
The take away here is the percentage of "renter" households vs. "owner" households is increasing every year. Due mostly to the increasing tighter standards to qualify for home mortgages. Please feel free to share your comments.
Dick Burke, senior vice president and general manager, Apartments.com, when discussing his company’s latest nationwide survey of renters, said “there is a growing trend toward previous homeowners choosing to rent after carefully considering economic factors such as affordability, employment opportunities and unaffordable home ownership expenses.” (continue reading)