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3 Warning Signs of a Bad Real Estate Investing Firm

3 Warning Signs of a Bad Real Estate Investing Firm

It seems that more and more investing firms are throwing around the term “turn-key rental property” with no real follow through. They hope to attract buyers (or investors) under false pretenses. They believe all you have to do to provide a turn-key property is simply buy an apartment, rent it out and put it under management. They feel this will bring in investors. Not so. This is just one of the warning signs you’ve found a bad real estate investing firm. Here are 3 more…

Deal of the Week: 99-unit Mount Airy apartments sell for $1.3M

Decklan Square Apartments LLC bought Vista Village Apartments, a 99-unit, multi-family property located in Cincinnati. The property is more than 3.6 acres and includes a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. The purchase price was $1.3 million. This story was originally reported by Tom Demeropolis, a reporter for the Cincinnati Business Courier.  Read the full story here…