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Dealing With Excess Inventory

The recent housing market has turned on a dime, going from lacking inventory to excess inventory seemingly overnight. Here a couple ways to address excess inventory without giving away the entire farm. Takeaways Selling bulk inventory to investors may be a useful strategy. Providing incentives can help keep houses from sitting empty on the market. […]

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How Build to Rent Can Keep You Competitive in a Shifting Market

In the shifting housing market, builders may need to pivot. Here’s why Build to Rent may be able to help you stay competitive in a shifting market. Takeaways Build to Rent has remained strong despite a challenging purchasing market. With the right mindset, Build to Rent has proven to be a strong investment. 2-10 Home […]

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Build to Rent Investors

An Investor’s Guide to Riding the Growing Build to Rent Wave in Texas

“An Investor’s Guide to Riding the Growing Build to Rent Wave in Texas” is a guest blog from 14th Street Capital. The Build to Rent industry is the center of attention in the US real estate community. The media is becoming buzzier, and things are just getting started. What main forces are at work in […]

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Managing a Housing Downturn with a Structural Warranty

Many builders are bracing themselves for a housing downturn. If you’re looking for a way to manage the housing downturn, a 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW) Structural Warranty can help you in three specific ways. 1. A 2-10 HBW Structural Warranty can help protect your margins Protecting your margins and managing risks are crucial […]

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Offering Buyer Incentives: Do’s and Don’ts

In recent memory, buyer incentives were practically unheard of. Record demand and exceedingly low interest rates created so much competition that simply getting the house was incentive enough. But rapidly rising interest rates coupled with a cooling market have made incentives a reality again. Here are some do’s and don’ts if you decide to offer […]

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Navigating the 2023 Housing Market Shift

According to housing experts, 2023 will likely favor buyers. However, new-home buyers will still face challenges, along with newer kinds of competition like institutional investors. Here’s where the housing market might go and how builders like you can strategize. Buyer friendly, but not a true buyer’s market For two years, sellers have had a firm […]

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