The Health Crisis has structurally changed life in America and many facets of the multifamily investment market. But will the changes continue once a medical solution stems the life-or-death risks of the pandemic? Will things return to normal or has the definition of normal been rewritten?
Investment Showdown: Stocks Versus Multifamily Properties
Forbes (April, 2019)
There is no question that many people have built their wealth over time using multifamily real estate investments. Likewise, many people have amassed significant amounts of money by investing in the stock market. So in a strategic showdown, which investment takes the prize — multifamily real estate investments or the stock market?
If you’re house hunting, it can feel like the market is moving quickly and everyone is buying. An index of homes under contract, known as pending home sales, jumped a higher-than-expected 1.5% in June, according to the National Association of Realtors.
But according to a recent Experian survey, fewer people are planning on buying: 27% of consumers are not planning to purchase a home in the next 5-10 years, an increase of 8% from 2016... We dive into the survey findings here.
The U.S. housing market has soared back, with prices just 2% shy of that record high. But while the recovery has been stronger than expected, it has left behind millions of middle-class Americans. WSJ's Laura Kusisto explains on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.
Jim Rogers, chairman at Rogers Holdings, discusses currencies, why investors view the U.S. dollar as a safe haven and outlook for U.S. markets. He speaks with Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.”
The U.S. housing market’s storyline for the last several years has been one of steady demand and limited supply, pushing prices ever higher. Now, a new chapter has opened up for the industry and its customers: soaring costs for building materials.
Reports on Tuesday underscored both resilient purchase activity and accelerating home prices.
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Baceline Investments, LLC, a private real estate investment and management company with neighborhood shopping center holdings throughout the Central United States, today announced the establishment of a new syndicated loan relationship with KeyBank National Association.
While multifamily construction activity remains at record highs and certain markets suffer from overheated rents and pricing, investors are still eager for multifamily developments and projects, according to a new report by CRE global online marketplace Real Capital Markets (RCM). Based on surveys and follow-up interviews with capital investors, RCM attributes the positive outlook to consistently strong fundamentals and a favorable long-term forecast.