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243: Today's Hottest Rental Type, Apps & Websites with Seth Williams
Jun 3, 2019 · 44 min
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Single-family homes are today’s hottest rental type - both Realtor.com and John Burns RE Consulting agree.

Boomers don’t want the responsibility of homeownership, and also don’t want to live in an apartment. This makes SFHs the hottest rental.

Rental demand has shifted to basics: affordable, fewer amenities, better school districts.

Suburban markets should see the concentration in future growth.

Seth Williams of REtipster.com joins us to discuss the best real estate investing websites and apps. We also discuss self-storage facilities.

Apps and websites:

  • DealMachine helps you find deals.
  • DealCheck helps you analyze deals.
  • TenantCloud helps you self-manage rentals.
  • BombBomb is a video e-mail service.
  • Trello and Slack for workflow.
  • Blinkist condenses books.
  • RentOMeter estimates rents.
  • Dropbox and Google Drive manage files.
  • Evernote stores notes.
  • DocuSign for digital contracts and signatures.

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Resources mentioned:

Seth Williams:

www.REtipster.com

seth@retipster.com

Article:

Hottest Rentals Are SFHs

Website & Apps Discussed:

DealMachine

DealCheck

TenantCloud

BombBomb

Trello

Blinkist

RentOMeter

Dropbox

Google Drive

Evernote

DocuSign

Mortgage Loans:

RidgeLendingGroup.com

Cash Flow Banking:

ProducersWealth.com

Turnkey Real Estate:

NoradaRealEstate.com

QRP:

TotalControlFinancial.com

JWB New Construction Turnkey:

NewConstructionTurnkey.com

Best Financial Education:

GetRichEducation.com

Find Properties:

GREturnkey.com

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