Housing Market Boom Draws Investors As low interest rates and fast-rising prices drive a boom in the housing market, many Americans are taking advantage of that by becoming landlords. But there are risks associated with investing in second or third homes in order to rent them.
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Housing Market Boom Draws Investors

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Housing Market Boom Draws Investors

Housing Market Boom Draws Investors

Housing Market Boom Draws Investors

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As low interest rates and fast-rising prices drive a boom in the housing market, many Americans are taking advantage of that by becoming landlords. But there are risks associated with investing in second or third homes in order to rent them.