Home investors fill portfolios with bricks and mortar: Membership in local investor group grows; national trend, foreclosures are playing a part

Mike Wilson recalls going to meetings of the Indianapolis Landlords Association in the late 1990s and listening to a "good old boys club" talk about property management problems such as how to fix toilets and get rid of cockroaches. "They were managing properties, not buying," said Wilson, who at the time had just started purchasing single-family homes as investments. With a hunger for knowledge and a hunch that there were others like him, Wilson took a spot on the board...

 

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