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A $1 Billion Bet Americans Will Need More Single-Family Rentals by Bloomberg featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors

Did you know that the growing demographic of financially stable young adults is one of the most significant factors in the increase in single-family rentals? A lot of investors have increased their single-family rental purchases in 2017 and are investing steadily.

Originally posted by Bloomberg.


Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner Donald Mullen has raised another $1 billion to invest in U.S. rental houses as his firm, Pretium Partners LLC, leases homes to tenants shut out of an inventory-starved sales market.

Pretium closed on its second single-family rental fund with more than $1 billion in equity commitments, demonstrating that investors see staying power in an asset class once viewed as a short-term trade on distressed homes.
The company, which closed on a $1.18 billion fund in 2013, owns 26,000 homes in 15 markets, including 5,000 homes acquired through the new fund. That makes it the third-largest single-family landlord, after the real estate investment trusts Invitation Homes Inc. and American Homes 4 Rent. Pretium recently hired Chaz Mueller, former president of Irvine Co.’s apartment business, to serve as the chief executive officer of its management arm, Progress Residential.

Rental Appetite
Wall Street landlords increased their single-family rental purchases in 2017 after three years of declines.

Amherst Holdings

Mullen founded Pretium in 2012 when investors were buying distressed homes in the aftermath of the foreclosure crisis. After a lull, the big landlords stepped up purchases again last year, according to data compiled by Amherst Holdings LLC, as a shortage of for-sale listings drives millennial families to rental houses.

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