reAlpha, an AI-powered real estate technology and investment company with a goal to empower everyone with the ability to invest in the $1.2 trillion global short-term rental (“STR”) market is pleased to announce the launch of its in-house brokerage, reAlpha Realty, LLC, a subsidiary of reAlpha Asset Management, Inc. (DBA reAlpha Homes). Operating out of… Continue reading Newly-formed reAlpha Realty, LLC is led by Jorge Aldecoa
Author: Jorge Aldecoa, President, reAlpha Homes The short-term rental market is booming, and it shows no signs of slowing down. With the rise of platforms like Airbnb, more and more people are looking for ways to cash in on this growing trend. If you’re thinking about investing in a short-term rental property, there are a… Continue reading Short-term Rental Investments: Making the Most of Your Money
Airbnb reviews are more than a few stars on a rental listing. In fact, they have the power to make or break a real estate investment. While the connection between an Airbnb review and the overall success of your property investment portfolio might not be clear, we assure you that they’re closely linked. If you’re… Continue reading How Critical are Airbnb Reviews for Short-Term Rental Success? reAlpha Explains.
Author: Jorge Aldecoa, President, reAlpha Homes When it comes to vacation rental properties, there are a few different routes you could go. You could buy a single-family home, or you could buy a multi-unit property. What is a multi-unit property? The most common examples include duplexes (2 units attached), triplexes (3 units attached), and quadplexes… Continue reading The Advantages of Multi-Unit Properties Versus Single Family Homes for Short Term Vacation Rentals
FOMO is powerful, we get it. The allure of trendy investment portfolios filled with celebrity-endorsed SPACs and crypto is exciting and has the potential to be rewarding. However, as evidenced by the past few months, these investments can also be very unstable — and when you wake up to see that your best positions have… Continue reading Blackstone is raising $50B to buy the dip, but what about everyday investors?