Property Management of Louisville

Business Address
1815 Frankfort Ave,
Louisville, KY 40206
Mailing Address
PO Box 7992,
Louisville, KY 40257

Archived Newsfeed January 2019

1-28-19 Here’s new regulations the Planning Commission recommended for short-term rentals

The Planning Commission didn’t favor the most drastic option, but the commission did recommend changes to its short-term rental ordinance, commonly referred to as the Airbnb ordinance.

1-25-19 8 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying and Selling at the Same Time

Plenty of people find themselves buying and selling a home simultaneously, but knowing that others have gone through the same stress does not make it one bit easier.

1-23-19 More homes are for sale, but fewer are affordable

After falling to record lows, the supply of homes on the market is finally rising. But a growing share of those homes are still out of reach to most buyers.

1-18-19 What You Don’t Know About Real Estate Could Cost You

What you don’t know about real estate, real estate professionals do.

1-16-19 Home prices make smallest gains in nearly 4 years, but rents are hot

The slowdown in home sales and home price gains in most major U.S. markets is causing the opposite effect in the rental market, especially for single-family rental homes.

1-14-19 What’s the Real Impact of the Government Shutdown on Real Estate?

How is the government shutdown impacting the real estate market? It depends which part you’re looking at.

1-11-19 Why You Should Buy an Investment Property First and a Home Second

Let’s have a look at the reasons why you should buy an investment property first and only then buy your own home

1-9-19 One of the largest homebuilders said it can't give a forecast because the market is so 'uncertain'

The U.S. housing market has become so cloudy that Lennar says it can't give investors guidance for 2019.

1-7-19 It's better to buy a home than to rent in Louisville – here are the numbers

Here's a newsflash that might surprise: The U.S. housing market is far more favorable to buyers than it is to renters, at least when it comes to affordability.