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How GSEs Entered the SFR Market and What it Means for Investors

GSEs (Government Sponsored Entities) have long been around to boost both investment and credit in…

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Rocking Renovation: From Shabby to Chic

By Gabriela Cevallos, Marketing Associate Located in a highly sought-after area of Briar Court, this…

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Property Appreciation: Other Factors Investors Should Consider

By Augie Jones, Analyst As a residential real estate investor, how do you determine what…

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Highlighting Women Leaders of CoreVest

In celebration of International Women's Day 2018, we would like to thank all of the…

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4 Questions Investors Should Ask Their Real Estate Attorney

By Graham Werner, Analyst Are you new to investing in real estate? Do you have…

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An Open Letter to My Non-Paying Tenant

By Daniel Molina With investment dollars at stake, the last thing that landlords may want…

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Why ‘Build to Rent’ is Having Its Moment

By Felipe Ossa Original article can be found at: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/why-build-to-rent-is-having-its-moment The ranks of renters have…

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Real Estate Finance Terms and What They Mean

By Zac Miller, Relationship Manager For borrowers, investors and originators alike, its extremely important to…

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Is Inventory Drying Up in Your Primary Investment Market?

Here are the Top 10 Secondary Rental Markets. By Mario Navarrete, Relationship Manager What an…

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2018 Outlook: Hot Markets for Residential Real Estate Investors

By John Prins, Relationship Manager Each year, residential real estate investors across the United States…

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DIY or Contractor? What’s right for your renovation project?

By Jonathan Terrazas, Analyst Let’s be real. Many of us have entertained the thought of…

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Help. No One is Renting My Property!

By Allison Paz Whether you are a new landlord or a seasoned investor, finding the…

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