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Residential Rental Property Markets Providing Investors Solid Returns

Research studies indicate that real estate owned properties have a rental market that will easily reach $100 billion this year (2012). The biggest beneficiaries will be single-family REO investors in the Midwest and Florida.
Research findings from CoreLogic show that the rental market for single family rentals are very strong and vibrant. This is because the market is characterised by stable rental income, high closing pace and low monthly supply of rental houses. The sector is among the few in the housing market that provides investors with returns that are higher …

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Self Storage Investment Property Cap Rates

Determining Self Storage Cap Rates in New Markets
As we’ve been told time and time again, if you remember nothing else, remember the lower the cap rate, the higher the value. And value, found by dividing your NOI by capitalization rate, is another important factor. However, why is it that some investments offer higher yields than others? And some sell much lower? What is the determining factor? And more importantly, who is the one to decide? Unfortunately though, there is not one simple answer. Factors such as differences between buyers, sellers, …

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10 Cap Investment Properties

As a real estate investor if you’re going to take on the risk of owning property, you need to have a shot at getting a very nice return. Most people getting into real estate usually have enough extra cash for one additional acquisition. Therefore, if you’re going to tie up a bunch of your cash in an investment property, you better be getting a solid return. Enough of a return so that if something goes wrong, you can still get by with a lesser return.
For real estate investors it is …

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Sherwin Williams Triple Net Lease – Sherwin Williams Investment Property

 
Sherwin Williams Triple Net Investment Property offer real estate investors solid predicable returns. Sherwin Williams Paint Stores make a good real estate investment because they enjoy a Standard & Poor’s Investment Grade credit rating of “A-“.
Sherwin-Williams stores have long been considered desirable real estate investments–and for good reason. The company has been around since the conclusion of the Civil War. Since then, it has grown to become one of the largest chemical, paint and coatings companies in the world. Besides its longevity, Sherwin-Williams’ debt is rated “A” (recently upgraded from “A-“) …