What Makes a Multi-Family Residential Property Valuable?
Multi-family housing refers to a setting in which multiple residential units are connected by shared walls or are enclosed in a single building. These may include townhouses, duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes, multi-story apartment buildings, bungalow courts, or high-rise condominiums or apartments. If you own any such multi-family real estate, follow these tips to make the most of them:
Finding Your 50%
When comparing your residential real estate investment options, one great strategy is to use the 50% rule and calculate your net operating income (NOI). The estimate represents one way of determining your return on investment (ROI).