Leading professionals from Marketplace Homes, SVN | SFR Hub Advisors, Unitas Financial Services (formerly Innovative Risk Solutions), and Lima One Capital speak on the future of SFR investments in 2021.
While investment into the build-to-rent property market proves significant despite a global pandemic, more buyers are gravitating towards single-family rental units. The US has shown surprising resilience in the build-to-rent sub-market.
If you manage multiple properties, you’re well aware that collecting on-time rent has always been a struggle. Whether the reason for late rent payments is getting lost in the mail, poor communication with tenants, the renter just doesn’t have the funds available for rent at the due date, or they simply forgot it, the bottom line is it affects your cash flow.
In an ideal world, an investor will never have to file an insurance claim on any of their investment properties. Unfortunately, if you have multiple properties within your real estate portfolio, filing a claim is inevitable. The larger your portfolio is, the likelihood of a claim only increases. Thankfully, you can take some simple steps before and during a claims process to make sure it is processed as quickly as possible.
As you can imagine many factors come into play when determining the cost for insurance to cover a real estate portfolio. Knowing how these different factors play into each other can influence and strengthen your overall real estate investment strategy. It is important to note that every situation is different, but some there are some general rules of thumb to consider. If you’re on the fence about whether you should purchase a new property, estimating the insurance cost can help determine whether or not you move forward with the purchase.