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Rental bidding wars heat up as economy improves in tight housing market

They are usually reserved for homebuyers, but bidding wars are becoming more common in the rental home market. Demand for apartment and single-family rentals is surging and outpacing supply.

What The Rental Housing Industry Needs To Bounce Back From The Pandemic

Millions of Americans who lost their jobs during the pandemic have fallen thousands of dollars behind on rent and utility bills. In one of President Joe Biden’s first official acts after his inauguration, he extended the federal ban on evictions through March.

Leveraging Depreciation As A Multifamily Investment Tax Benefit

One of the major benefits of commercial multifamily investment is that, under IRS rules, property owners and investors are entitled to “depreciate” the value of their asset each year, which reduces the property’s taxable income and the associated tax liability.

Deferred Sales Trusts: A Real Estate Tax Strategy

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A deferred sales trust is a method used to defer capital gains tax  when selling real estate or other business assets that are subject to capital gains tax. Instead of receiving the sale proceeds at closing, the money is put into a trust and only taxed as the funds from the sale are received.

Marcus and Millichap Attending Europe’s Premier Real Estate Event MIPIM Cannes, France

MIPIM, the premier real estate event, gathers the most influential players from all sectors of the international property industry for four days of networking, learning, and transaction through premium events, conferences and dedicated exhibition zones.