[:en]You Want to Raise My Rent How Much?[:es]¿Cuánto quiere aumentar mi pago de alquiler? [:]

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[:en]We recently reported that investment purchases in 2014 fell 7.4% for the year, that combined with a diminished supply of distressed inventory allowing for big profits, has real estate investors looking for a new way to make more money in 2015.

So if they don’t have new properties to buy… how would they make more money? Easy… they are going to raise your rent!

A recent article from Bloomberg Business gave insight into exactly what the CEO’s of major investment firms are thinking.

“We are focusing aggressively on rent bumps,” American Residential Properties CEO Stephen Schmitz said during a panel discussion. “There’s a supply imbalance in some markets. The same thing that keeps occupancy high also drives rents.”

How Much Are They Going To Raise Your Rent?

Rental rates are predicted to increase 4% on renewals and as much as 5.7% for new tenants.

Haendel St. Juste, a Morgan Stanley analyst put it this way:

“The focus is now on optimizing revenue, compared to getting heads in beds,”

So What Can You Do?

If you are one of the millions of renters out there dreading the day that you have to renew your lease, or planning to move into a new rental property, let’s get together and evaluate your ability to lock in your housing cost, by buying now.[:es]Recientemente informamos que las compras de inversión en 2014 cayeron 7.4 % en el año, eso combinado con una disminución del suministro del inventario de propiedades en subasta que permite grandes ganancias, tiene a los inversionistas en bienes raíces mirando por una forma nueva de hacer más dinero en 2015.

Así que si ellos no tienen nuevas propiedades para comprar… ¿cómo ellos pueden hacer más dinero? Fácil… ¡ellos van a aumentar su pago de alquiler!

Un artículo reciente de Bloomberg Business dio una perspectiva de lo que exactamente los directores ejecutivos de las principales empresas de inversión están pensando.

“Nos estamos enfocando agresivamente en los baches en el alquiler”. Dijo Stephen Schmitz Director Ejecutivo de American Residential Properties durante un debate de expertos. “Hay in desequilibrio del suministro en algunos mercados. La misma cosa que mantiene alta la tasa de ocupación también conduce los alquileres”.

¿Cuánto ellos van a aumentar su pago de alquiler?

Las tarifas de alquiler se predice que van a aumentar 4 % en las renovaciones y tanto como el 5.7 % para los nuevos inquilinos.

Haendel St. Juste, analista de Morgan Stanley lo puso de esta forma:

“El enfoque está ahora en la optimización de los ingresos, en comparación con el alojamiento”.

Entonces ¿Qué puede hacer usted?

Si usted es uno de los millones de inquilinos temiendo al día que usted tiene que renovar su contrato de alquiler o está planeando el mudarse a una nueva propiedad en alquiler, ahora tal vez sea el momento de sentarse con un profesional en bienes raíces y evaluar su capacidad para bloquear el costo de la vivienda al comprar ahora.[:]

[:en]You Want to Raise My Rent How Much?[:es]¿Cuánto quiere aumentar mi pago de alquiler? [:]

You Want to Raise My Rent How Much? | Simplifying The Market

[:en]We recently reported that investment purchases in 2014 fell 7.4% for the year, that combined with a diminished supply of distressed inventory allowing for big profits, has real estate investors looking for a new way to make more money in 2015. So if they don’t have new properties to buy… how would they make more ...

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[:en]You Want to Raise My Rent How Much?[:es]¿Cuánto quiere aumentar mi pago de alquiler? [:]

You Want to Raise My Rent How Much? | Simplifying The Market

[:en]We recently reported that investment purchases in 2014 fell 7.4% for the year, that combined with a diminished supply of distressed inventory allowing for big profits, has real estate investors looking for a new way to make more money in 2015.

So if they don’t have new properties to buy… how would they make more money? Easy… they are going to raise your rent!

A recent article from Bloomberg Business gave insight into exactly what the CEO’s of major investment firms are thinking.

“We are focusing aggressively on rent bumps,” American Residential Properties CEO Stephen Schmitz said during a panel discussion. “There’s a supply imbalance in some markets. The same thing that keeps occupancy high also drives rents.”

How Much Are They Going To Raise Your Rent?

Rental rates are predicted to increase 4% on renewals and as much as 5.7% for new tenants.

Haendel St. Juste, a Morgan Stanley analyst put it this way:

“The focus is now on optimizing revenue, compared to getting heads in beds,”

So What Can You Do?

If you are one of the millions of renters out there dreading the day that you have to renew your lease, or planning to move into a new rental property, let's get together and evaluate your ability to lock in your housing cost, by buying now.[:es]Recientemente informamos que las compras de inversión en 2014 cayeron 7.4 % en el año, eso combinado con una disminución del suministro del inventario de propiedades en subasta que permite grandes ganancias, tiene a los inversionistas en bienes raíces mirando por una forma nueva de hacer más dinero en 2015.

Así que si ellos no tienen nuevas propiedades para comprar… ¿cómo ellos pueden hacer más dinero? Fácil… ¡ellos van a aumentar su pago de alquiler!

Un artículo reciente de Bloomberg Business dio una perspectiva de lo que exactamente los directores ejecutivos de las principales empresas de inversión están pensando.

“Nos estamos enfocando agresivamente en los baches en el alquiler”. Dijo Stephen Schmitz Director Ejecutivo de American Residential Properties durante un debate de expertos. “Hay in desequilibrio del suministro en algunos mercados. La misma cosa que mantiene alta la tasa de ocupación también conduce los alquileres”.

¿Cuánto ellos van a aumentar su pago de alquiler?

Las tarifas de alquiler se predice que van a aumentar 4 % en las renovaciones y tanto como el 5.7 % para los nuevos inquilinos.

Haendel St. Juste, analista de Morgan Stanley lo puso de esta forma:

“El enfoque está ahora en la optimización de los ingresos, en comparación con el alojamiento”.

Entonces ¿Qué puede hacer usted?

Si usted es uno de los millones de inquilinos temiendo al día que usted tiene que renovar su contrato de alquiler o está planeando el mudarse a una nueva propiedad en alquiler, ahora tal vez sea el momento de sentarse con un profesional en bienes raíces y evaluar su capacidad para bloquear el costo de la vivienda al comprar ahora.[:]

[:en]You Want to Raise My Rent How Much?[:es]¿Cuánto quiere aumentar mi pago de alquiler? [:]

You Want to Raise My Rent How Much? | Simplifying The Market

[:en]We recently reported that investment purchases in 2014 fell 7.4% for the year, that combined with a diminished supply of distressed inventory allowing for big profits, has real estate investors looking for a new way to make more money in 2015. So if they don’t have new properties to buy… how would they make more ...

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