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HUD's Section 8 program is the federal government's flagship housing assistance program, with approximately 5 million households participating. This program subsidizes rents by paying all or part of a tenant's rent directly to a landlord.
For multifamily investors and developers, construction costs remain one of the biggest and fastest-growing expenses. Due to ballooning costs, it's more important than ever for developers and investors to understand the precise nature of multifamily construction budgets.
A property's gross rent multiplier, or GRM, is one of the best ways to quickly calculate its profitability compared to similar properties in the same multifamily real estate market. Find our calculator and more details here.
Debt yield is one of the most important risk metrics for commercial and multifamily loans, determined by taking a property's net operating income and dividing by the total loan amount. Find our comprehensive calculator here.
Investing in an apartment complex is a time-tested ways to build wealth. Multifamily ownership offers an incredible array of benefits, including cash flow, the ability to finance properties with a limited amount of money down, and tax benefits, to name a few.
Taking a commercial mortgage may seem intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Use our multifamily mortgage calculator to estimate your monthly payments based on principal, loan term, interest rate, and amortization.