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REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT COMPANY CEO: INTERVIEW WITH 7INVESTING
The CEO of reAlpha, a “real estate investment company that is looking to democratize the $1.2 trillion short-term rental market,” joins the 7investing podcast.
PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY PLANS TO BUY 15,000 AIRBNBS
An Ohio-based property investment company, reAlpha, is taking a step toward its goal of becoming the nation’s largest owner of short-term rental property.
AIRBNB RENTALS: REALPHA PLANS TO BUY UP TO 15,000
ReAlpha is seeking to reinvent the industry by allowing individual investors to own shares of specific properties that would be rented through Airbnb—with plans of buying 15,000 homes.
CRAWFORD HOYING ACCELERATES THE SHORT TERM RENTAL HOUSING MARKET
reAlpha, a technology company launching an innovative platform meant to empower everyone to invest in the $1.2 trillion short-term rental market, has closed on a $6 Million investment round.
INVESTORS BUYING THOUSANDS OF HOMES TO RENT WITH AIRBNB
Investors are adding more competition to an already-scorching housing market, pushing homes further out of reach for average Americans. They’re buying homes to rent with Airbnb.
AIRBNB NEWS: INVESTORS BUILD SHORT TERM RENTAL PORTFOLIOS
Investors including reAlpha looking to spend up to $1.5 billion to buy short-term rentals. For example, ReAlpha, a Dublin, Ohio–based firm, is reportedly looking to spend up to $1.5 billion to buy short-term rentals.
REALPHA PLANS TO SPEND $1.5B ON SHORT TERM RENTALS
As the industry matures, large-scale investors are joining the pool, hoping to get their slice of the short-term rental pie.
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INVESTING FOR BEGINNERS: TERMS TO KNOW
Leverage, volatility, dividends, oh my! Investing terms don’t need to be complicated. Let us do the interpreting for you. Here’s a list of some common “investing for beginners” terms and their definitions for quick reference.
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THE ISSUE WITH BUYING RENTAL PROPERTIES
Over the past several years, rental properties have taken the real estate market by storm. Instead of booking hotels, people are now gravitating towards renting rooms, apartments, and even entire houses for days, weeks, or months at a time.
“WHO” QUESTIONS: GOOD QUESTIONS TO ASK
Whether you’re running a software company or a furniture company, we all tend to believe what or how dominates the decision-making process. But eventually, we always arrive at who made a choice or decision.
HOW TECHNOLOGY IS DISRUPTING HOME REAL ESTATE
What happens when you merge the oldest asset with the latest tech? Read to find out. Plus, see where it might go in the future.
INVESTING ADVICE FROM YOUR 10X GREAT GRANDFATHER
It’s time for a little history lesson from 1637—AKA investing advice from your 10x great grandfather.
BRAINS TO BITCOIN: AN EXAMPLE OF BIOMIMICRY
As cryptocurrencies have become more popular, they’ve brought blockchain into the spotlight along with them.
INVEST IN REAL ESTATE: 86 BILLION OPPORTUNITIES
The brain has approximately 86 billion neurons, each of them being an opportunity in which to invest in real estate. This is our take on how to do so.
AIRBNB RENTALS: OPPORTUNITIES OF THE TRAVEL BOOM
With the resurgence in travel and the lack of hosts, there has never been a better time to get involved with investing in short-term rental properties like Airbnb rentals.
10 MOST PROFITABLE BUSINESS INDUSTRIES
Across the globe, many industries were accelerating at a normal pace until early 2020. We take a look at ten industries with the potential to reach trillion-dollar valuations in the next decade.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INVESTMENT (INVESTING BACK INTO AI)
Since the advent of computers, capital markets have always been at the forefront of technology. You may be wondering what these old 100-plus-year-old banking and financial institutions are doing with cutting-edge technology—and the answer lies in artificial intelligence investment.