Blog Articles, Single Family Residential

Single-Family Rentals Are Having A Moment

Originally posted by GlobeSt.com |Kelsi Maree Borland “The single-family rental sector is having its moment,” Arbor said in its newly-released Q3 2020 Single-Family Rental Investment Trends Report. The pandemic could have either… Continue reading Single-Family Rentals Are Having A Moment

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A Developing Business: Thinking About The Next Wave Of “Built-For-Rent” Housing

Originally posted by Forbes | Brad Hunter It’s the newest, hottest trend in residential development, so new that it does not yet have a standardized abbreviation, talked about by various… Continue reading A Developing Business: Thinking About The Next Wave Of “Built-For-Rent” Housing

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US will ‘become a renter nation’, says real estate investor

Originally posted by Yahooo! Finance | Sarah Paynter Rising home prices are keeping prospective buyers out of homeownership — and some investors say it could be good for the rental… Continue reading US will ‘become a renter nation’, says real estate investor

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Neighborhoods of rental houses offer new twist on suburban living in Twin Cities metro area

Originally posted by Star Tribune | Shannon Prather Plymouth's Beacon Ridge is a new neighborhood of single-family rental homes, the newest trend in Twin Cities home construction. More than 360… Continue reading Neighborhoods of rental houses offer new twist on suburban living in Twin Cities metro area

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New Home Prices in July Outpace 2019

Originally posted by Globe Street | Kelsee Marie Borland Home prices in newly built communities are outpacing pricing trends from 2019. According to data from Zonda, 56% of new home communities… Continue reading New Home Prices in July Outpace 2019

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How many homes did iBuyers purchase in Q2?

Originally posted by Housing Wire | Julia Falcon COVID-19 caused these iBuyers to pause purchasing for a few months The second quarter was a tough one on iBuyers, as only… Continue reading How many homes did iBuyers purchase in Q2?

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Homeownership Becomes Less Affordable for Average Workers

Originally posted by GlobeSt.com | Rayna Katz In spite of wage growth and a decline in mortgage rates, other market factors are placing home ownership out-of-reach for more Americans than ever… Continue reading Homeownership Becomes Less Affordable for Average Workers

Blog Articles, SFR Investment Portfolios

Why single-family houses make better investments than apartment buildings

Originally posted by The Washington Post | Justin Pierce One of the first decisions a real estate investor has to make is whether to purchase single-family houses or apartment buildings.… Continue reading Why single-family houses make better investments than apartment buildings

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Join RCN Capital and SFRhub for a Free State of the Industry Webinar

Fueling the Nation's Top Investment Asset Class in Today's Market Wed, Sep 2, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST This presentation will cover: • What are currently the strongest… Continue reading Join RCN Capital and SFRhub for a Free State of the Industry Webinar

Blog Articles, Build-for-Rent

Soaring Lumber Prices Limit Housing’s Growth by NAHB Featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors

Originally posted by NAHB | Robert Dietz With mortgage applications running ahead of 2019 levels, demand for single-family homes remains a bright spot for the overall economy. Home prices continue… Continue reading Soaring Lumber Prices Limit Housing’s Growth by NAHB Featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors