Apartments are the SAFEST place to invest right now!

Apartments are the SAFEST place to invest right now!

Apartments are the SAFEST place to invest right now!

One of the biggest threats to your wealth right now is INFLATION.

Inflation roared to an ALL TIME 40 year high in July to 9.1%. This is crazy! It might feel like it is higher than that when you start looking at gasoline prices and food costs. Check out this Bloomberg article about the ramifications!

Good news is that rent growth is near all AL TIME high too.  May Lease trade-out growth in May for Houston and Dallas were 13.5% and 20% respectively. And occupancy is nearing an all-time high with a record low apartment vacancy. This is largely due to a housing supply shortage, which according to this CNBC article, isn’t changing anytime soon. There is lack of supply projected for at least a decade! With rising mortgage interest rates, less people are moving to homeownership and are being forced into apartment living longer. 

There are multiple companies moving to Texas, such as Caterpillar. DFW has added twice as many jobs as any other market in the last couple of years.

This is the time to be investing your money in solid cash flowing, APPRECIATING assets like Apartments! Apartments are a safe place to keep your money

Even in a crisis, real estate remains a solid investment.

Put your cash to work in apartments—the best place to invest right now.

Are We in A Recession?

Are We in A Recession?

Recession Or Not, I’m Not Losing Sleep About It!

Are we in a recession?


Some experts say yes, some experts like Mark Zandi, Chief economist at Moody Analytics, say no. Check out this article in CNN discussing why we’re not in a recession.


Recession or not, we know the economy is “cooling off”

When this happens, something called “trading down” happens. This is where people are looking to trim the financial fat in their lives.


They might choose to forego restaurants and save money by eating at home. Consumers might shop at Walmart, instead of Whole Foods. As proof this is happening, Walmart recently announced that their sales grew by 8%. Applebee’s and IHOP have reported that they are gaining wealthier customers.


Trading down happens in the apartment markets too.


People who were renting Class A apartments might move to a Class B apartment, and renters living in Class B apartments might move to Class C apartments, and so on.


This is exactly why Ben and I invest in Class B and C apartments…because they are recession resistant. Recession resistant assets are our bread and butter!


People will ALWAYS need a place to live. We are providing them with safe and affordable options, particularly when the economy is down, and people are under financial pressure to cut costs.