Lifestyles Unlimited, the nationally renowned Education and Mentor Group for Real Estate Investing, congratulates member Ira Gross. Ira has been selected the 2011 National Apartment Association Independent Owner of the Year, 101-500 units category. Mr. Gross joins a fine group of elite owner-operators from Lifestyles Unlimited who have received this coveted award. Ira is a [...]
Cash Flow Game Night
May 27th, 2010
6:30 pm – 9:00pm
2700 NE Loop 410 Suite#600
San Antonio, TX. 78217
Come out and network with over 800 members in the Central Texas Area.
Enjoy playing Cash Flow – Games/Instructions will be provided
This is also a cocktail event, so drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information call 210.787.2235
Forbes reports on the most overly priced homes in America- listing unadaptive sellers as the primary reason for this trend.
Ranking 40 major metropolitan area cities, Forbes looked to how many days homes spent on the market to determine if they were overpriced.
However, according to Marty Kramer of Texas Real Estate, in actuality homes do not sell for these overpriced rates. He suggests that homes are sold below asking price due to negotiation between buyers and sellers that brings the home price closer to it’s actual value.
It’s for reasons such as this, Marty claims, that perhaps the four major Texas cities that made the list (including San Antonio at #6!), are “underanalyzed” rather than “overpriced.”
Click here to read the entire article at forbes.com or here to read Texas Real Estate’s response.
Amid reports of troubled commercial real estate markets, VIP Realty has claimed San Antonio as a place with a bright multifamily future. San Antonio has already been listed as having one of the strongest economies in America, and this article explains how this coordinates with the burgeoning commercial real estate market the city is experiencing.
VIP Realty elaborates on the top 10 reasons for this trend; trade oppurtunities, location, proximity, affordability, corporate headquarters, international companies, education and tourism. These factors not only explain the expected growth in commercial real estate, but also the health of the region’s economy as a whole.
Click here to read the entire article at VIPrealtyusa.com.
It gave me chills to read that BusinessWeek put 5 Texas cities it it’s Top 10 Strongest Economies in America. The article citied a steady real estate market that never got “too hot or too cold”. BusinessWeek.com used research from the Brookings Institutions new MetroMonitor to rank the nations top 40 strongest economies. Texas dominated [...]