Rental home investing has increasingly become a cornerstone of major investors’ portfolios. Even as interest rates rise, investment in single-family homes rose from 12% of all real estate purchases to more than 20% in a few short months. As housing supply outpaces demand, a reversal from recent trends, rental property purchases will likely continue.
Playing the rental market boom may seem impractical for those without a ton of cash on the sidelines. However, that isn’t the case. Some investment firms acquire rental properties and trade on public stock exchanges. Investors can choose from several stocks to capitalize on the rental market boom.
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