Author: Robyn Massey

Presario Ventures recently attended the Texas Medical Association’s TexMed 2018 annual meeting, where the team had a chance to talk to medical professionals about creating a passive income stream with passive real estate investing.. Presario Co-Founder Tom Burns, an orthopedic surgeon, knows firsthand the challenges that...

CLOSED - TUESDAY, APRIL  17th 6-8 PM PRESARIO OFFICE 3821 JUNIPER TRACE, STE 207, AUSTIN, TX 78738 Our guest speaker Sam Prentice, Senior Wealth Strategist at Wealthpoint, will show the specific strategies that his clients are using to better manage liquidity, prepare for the next crash, and reduce taxes....

A growing percentage of renters believe it is better to rent than buy a home, which helps explains why the homeownership rate remains persistently low nearly a decade after the housing crash.

A boom in apartment construction in the past few years has caused rent increases to begin to level off in many U.S. cities, while home price gains have accelerated over the past year. As a result, roughly 76% of renters in August said they believe renting is more affordable than owning, up from 65% in September 2016, according to survey results from Freddie Mac expected to be released Wednesday.

One of the most common ways I have seen investors invest in real estate is to purchase and operate one or more single family houses as rentals. It’s a logical approach for many investors as it’s a process they understand, having purchased their own home. In addition, owning a second home can be attractive as the purchaser has likely witnessed the equity in their home grow over time. However, for investors seeking a more diversified and balanced approach to real estate investing, they may be better off rethinking this strategy and, instead, opting to build a portfolio of passive commercial real estate investments by investing in commercial real estate.

Presario Ventures would like to thank everyone who joined us in celebrating our grand opening. The ribbon cutting presentation conducted by the Bee Cave Chamber of Commerce included State Representative Paul D. Workman, Bee Cave Mayor Caroline Murphy, and the Bee Cave Chamber President Adam Woolley....

Here's What Investors, Operators Need To Know   October 09, 2017 | Champaign Williams, National Editor U.S. multifamily rents did not end the summer months with a bang. Rent growth slowed nationwide, as did the delivery of new product, which was expected to cause market pains toward the end of the year.  Pexels...

For Multifamily Developers, It Is All About The Dogs   October 02, 2017 | Kyle Hagerty, Bisnow Houston  High-end pet facilities are becoming the must-have amenity, creating community and driving leasing. “It’s all about the dogs,” Woodbranch Management President Philip Schneidau told the crowd at Bisnow's Future of Downtown...