Rents Are Up In a Good Market and are Up in Down Market..!

You’d think the opposite would be true but it’s not.

It’s amazing  when you think about it, but after watching the video that I’m going to post below, I realized these guys are right.

When the Real Estate Sales market is “hot” rents go up.   But, even in a down turn, the rent rates still go up.

Messrs Brian Stevens and Frank Garay are a couple of loan guys that do a lot of video updates about the Real Estate Loan market, Real Estate Sales and about some of the “inside baseball” stuff for those of us in the business.

Our Property Management company is now leasing up Units in Apartment complexes, Duplexes and Single Family Homes for record high rental amounts and many times with “multiple applications”.

So after taking a peek at their video that I got today,  I thought I’d share it with you because their conclusion about rents going up in good and bad markets is something I had not thought of.

You can skip the beginning of the video if you want to and go to the 3.43 minute mark to see their presentation that includes an interesting graph to make their point.

If you are thinking of Investing in a Residential Rental property such as a Duplex or a Four-Plex, a Small Apartment complex or even a Single Family home….?

Then, call me at 916-203-1260 or drop a note my way at favinger@rwnetwork.com.

I’ll bring you up to speed on our local market with comparable sales information and also what you can expect to earn in rents.

In the Mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE        favinger@rwnetwork.com

 

Why Suburban Housing is Making a Comeback with Millennials & Other Generations

Suburban Folsom Real Estate is Sure to Take Advantage of This Trend.

If you look at the graphic below provided by the California Association of Realtors, it shows which generations prefer which kind of housing and lifestyle.   If you haven’t been to Folsom, California I think we are a hit with about all the demographics today.

I’ve lived in Folsom since October 1989 and watched all the changes first hand.  Folsom Real Estate includes a lot to offer that is shown in that graphic below.

If you’re looking for homes with large lots, we’ve got them.   You want a condo with no yard..?   We got them too.  If a home with a small yard close to lots of services is what you like, we got that.

Check out the link to the large new development in Folsom south of Highway 50 called Folsom Ranch which will have a lot of the elements shown in the graphic below.

Folsom Ranch Overview

 

Home Preferences for the generations

 

 

Now take a look at what the National Associaton of Realtors has to say about 7 Zip Codes That Exemplify Suburban Comeback.

If you are thinking of Buying a home or investment in Folsom or the surrounding areas, please call me at 916-203-1260 or drop me a note at favinger@rwnetwork.com

In the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Landlords Market in Sacramento Area – Bad News If You Are a Renter…!

Rents Are Up “Big Time”…So Start Your Search Early ..!

 

If you’re a Landlord/Investor in the Sacramento Area and recently tried to lease or rent up an apartment you were probably shocked at the responses.  Old news to us in the Residential Investment and Property Management business.rental search

Rents are up so much in the Sacramento Area and supply so low,  if you’re a person looking to rent, you’d better start your search very early and have any credit issues resolved first, because it is a “landlords market”.

You may not have heard but Landlords and Property Managers are experiencing “multiple” applications for just about every unit that comes up.

It doesn’t matter what kind of property we’re talking about either.   Our Property Management company has so many people seeking a Home/Apartment to rent that we have set  up a  “showing/viewing” schedule each week posted on the website instead of making specific appointment times when prospective tenants call.

On most occasions now days we have several prospective tenants come to those showings and many of them will bring a completed application as well.

This kind of Landlord’s market will make most investors smile.   So if you are thinking of getting into the Residential Investment market, this is a great time.   No one seems to know when the rise in Rental Rates will stop because there’s a lack of supply.

With an improving economy with lots of jobs and a lack of supply,  even paying more for the investment won’t necessarily be a bad thing.

Call me at 916-203-1260 or drop a note to favinger@rwnetwork.com and we’ll see if we can’t place you into an investment that works for you.

Now… If you are a prospective tenant with good income…?  May I suggest you think about buying because it will be better for you in the long term.    Call me and we’ll see if we can’t get you “pre-qualified” with the various loan programs that are available to you.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day..!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE     favinger@rwnetwork.com   916-203-1260

 

Folsom or El Dorado Hills Home Prices Are a Bargain…!

San Jose’s Median Home Price – $800,000 range – Folsom/El Dorado Hills = More Home for Much Less.

Prior to moving to  Folsom in 1989, my family sold an 1800 sq foot  home in San Jose for $300,000 and thought we’d robbed a bank in doing it.Home Prices in San Jose - Compare with Folsom & El Dorado Hills

Our new Folsom home was new in the new neighborhood of Lexington Hills.

A brand new 2500 sq.ft. home that included a pool and spa for under $220,000.

It’s plain to see  you can buy much more home for a lot less money in Folsom or El Dorado Hills then you can in San Jose or anywhere else in the Bay Area.

Today’s market is the same and I think we’re about to experience another wave of Bay Area buyers coming to our area to scoop up some homes here that would make a “Central American Dictator” proud.

Check out this article I got from the Silicon Valley Business Journal to see what I’m talking about.

If you live now in San Jose or anywhere else in the Bay Area, Click Here for a list of homes in Folsom and Click Here for a list of homes in El Dorado Hills and let me know what you think.

Some fun facts about our area;   We’ve got awesome weather.  We’re close to the Bay Area and Lake Tahoe.   If you like wine tasting, you don’t have to drive to Napa.  Just check out next door Amador County.   If you have school aged children, trust me, moving to this area was the best thing I ever did for my family because we’ve got great schools with lots of activities and superior academics.

If you are from San Jose or any where else in the Bay Area and thinking of relocating, call me and let me give you what I call the “Chamber of Commerce” tour of the area.   I can help you find the home of your dreams, or… if you’re an investor we also specialize in the Sales and Management of Single Family homes, Duplexes, Four-Plexes and small to medium sized Apartment Complexes.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE   916-203-1260    favinger@rwnetwork.com

 

Sacramento Area is the Best Area Residential Real Estate Investors

In An Improving Economy – Not Enough Homes – Creates Higher Prices & Rents.

If you’re a San Francisco Bay Area home owner or investor and looking for a place to move to or invest in, you can’t really beat the Sacramento Area.

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Two Homes On One Lot in Cameron Park Managed by Haven Properties

Prices and rents have gone up but are still a bargain when you compare them with Santa Clara, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Alameda and San Francisco Counties.

Just take a peek at what you can buy here in Folsom and compare that where you live in the Bay Area.

If you’re an investor, you can still get a decent Duplex or Four-plex for under $400,000 and have a “cash flow” which is unheard of in the Bay Area now.    Foreign Investors are just parking their money in the Bay Area in hopes of higher appreciation down the line, but they don’t have a decent cash flow return in the mean time.

I thought I’d pass on this article from the East Bay Times.    Maybe it’s time to Move here and/or Invest here…?

And Finally…. The two things we don’t have as bad as the Bay Area….? 1. No Rent Control… 2 And Bay Area “traffic”.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE   916-203-1260  favinger@rwnetwork.com