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Investing In Real Estate Podcast

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As we’ve discussed on the show before, there is a shortage of homes available in the housing market. Because of this, many investors are shifting their strategy and focusing on building rental communities from the ground up.

Bruce McNeilage is the cofounder of Kinloch Partners LLC, a real estate partnership that specializes and building single family home rental communities. On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Bruce is here to share the finer details of his investing strategy. We’ll include how he chooses a rental market, the types of homes his company builds, and so much more!

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How Bruce got started as a real estate investor.

  • How to identify a solid rental market.

  • The kinds of houses Kinloch Partners LLC purchases.

  • What amenities to include in a brand new home.

  • Why Bruce’s team will sell their homes to their tenants.

  • Bruce’s predictions for the future of the rental market.

  • And much more!

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April 21, 2019

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