BREAKING NEWS: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Housing Administration are backing larger mortgages as we are coming into the new year. Back in 2016, the FHFA increased the Fannie and Freddie conforming loan limit for the first time in 10 years, and since then, the loan limit has increased $93,400.
Nowadays, affordable housing is becoming harder and harder to obtain. So, renting is far more affordable in almost 50% of the largest housing markets across the US. Renters will be continuing to look for vacancies. How are you taking advantage of this? Let us know in the comments down below!
Why are people buying homes the older they become? It can be due to the fact that there is a nationwide shortage of affordable housing, student loans, and tight lending standards. Keep reading below to learn more.
Do you think we have an investor riendly environment at the moment? What do you think the mid-size investor is investing in during this friendly environment? Continue reading the article below to learn more and how to identify emerging markets.
As multifamily building permits decrease, the single-family residential permits continue to increase at a steady pace. Are investors shifting gears? Continue reading to learn why.
New homes are being built at a rapid pace, now more than ever. Those homebuilders are now transforming into landlords. As the market changes, homebuilders are now participating in a new segment, build-for-rent. These homes are newly built and rented out, creating communities of detached, single-family homes.
As the multifamily sector experiences lowering and stagnant cap rates for the past five years, single-family residential investment becomes more attractive to investors. Continue reading to learn what caused this shift.
There are almost 24 real estate markets in the United states that are nearing the million-dollar average for listings. Among these are MSAs in California, Washington, North Carolina and New York. Continue reading to learn more.
It's shocking to see that 74% of the US housing market is unaffordable for the average American. Keep reading to see which counties throughout the US are the least affordable.
Foreclosures were all the rage back in the financial crisis and investors were scooping them up and renting them out. Today, investors are investing in build-for-rent. Continue reading to learn how this new shift affects the whole market.