Thinking about investing in your first rental property? Don’t believe everything you see on HGTV!
Leading industry experts like Forbes and Realtor.com
have a close eye on the real estate investing avenue of wealth building for 2023 – and so should we.
Join the OklaHome Real Estate group for Real Estate Investing 101: How to buy your first rental property.
We’ll hear from long-term investors about:
>Pros and cons of becoming a landlord
>Strategy focusing on long-term rental versus short-term flips.
>Timing – will 2023 be a good year and how should we prepare?
>Financing – What money will I need to have ready?
>How to find good renters
>Should I hire a property manager?
Come hungry for some amazing gourmet burgers for sale and bring the whole family!
Can’t make it in person? Watch for the Facebook Livestream on the @oklahometeam page.
This is a FREE event with no obligation or pressure to buy – only an intro to great tools and people who can help when you’re ready. Dinner extra.
RSVPs for in-person attendees are appreciated so we know how many burgers and fries to make!
“In November, JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s asset-management arm announced it was acquiring more than $1 billion in single-family rentals. This, among other news, serves as an indicator that the rental market is poised for a massive year in 2023 despite the state of the economy. Players in the real estate sector, including investors, agents, brokerages and multiple listing services are well advised to keep their eyes on the rental market next year, especially in light of a looming recession.
The high number of renters competing for a limited supply of rental space is also leading to rising rental rates. Average rental rates this year were expected to increase by 7.1% over 2021 levels, according to forecasts by Realtor.com.