Blog/Real Estate

Rentals in the US Continued to Rise in August

Shelter costs have continued to rise in the US. Recent data provided by Redfin shows that the national average increased by 11% YoY this August. Costs are expected [...]

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US Housing Due for a Correction?

Fed Chair Jerome Powell stated that the US housing market would “probably” go through a “correction” period. It is of no surprise as home prices were [...]

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Chinese on US Real Estate Spending Spree

The Chinese are keen on investing in tangible assets, namely real estate. Canada implemented restrictions on foreign buyers after accusing them of the real estate [...]

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S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index Marks New High

Home prices were up 19.2% in January according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index. It is extremely difficult for Millennials and Gen Z to enter the housing [...]

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Rents in NYC Exceeding Pre-COVID Levels

COMMENT FROM A REAL ESTATE BROKER IN NYC ON RENTAL MARKET: Equity Residential is demanding 40 to 45% increases on lease renewals. On one floor in particular, units [...]

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Mortgage Lenders Provided a Record $1.61 Trillion in 2021

The post-pandemic real estate frenzy led to mortgage lenders issuing more money last year than ever before. According to records, mortgage lenders in the US issued [...]

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Rental Costs on the Rise Amid Diminished Supply

Demand for rentals in the US is increasing at an alarming pace. Single-family rentals rose 10.9% in October year-over-year, according to a report by CoreLogic. [...]

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Millennials Priced Out of Home Ownership

Why do 20% of Millennials (25-40-year-olds) in the US believe homeownership is completely unobtainable? To start, rentals across the US are on the rise. The Fair [...]

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Property Rights are Human Rights — 2032.95

Here is a simple explanation of property rights for those who would like to abolish capitalism. Klaus Schwab says, “You will own nothing, and you will be [...]

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Housing Market – This Time it is Different

Housing prices have surged at rates not seen since the lead-up to the 2008 financial crisis, according to global data. This has led to questions of whether the [...]

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