During the aftershock of the housing bust eight years ago, flipping or fixing up and renting ex-foreclosures was almost as easy as minting money.
- Though new home purchases by investors have declined during the housing recovery, most of the nation’s 14 million single-family landlords seem to be staying put.
- One reason is that new services are making landlording easier for mom-and-pop owners.
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