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Providing Rental Housing for Buyers

Providing Rental Housing for Buyers “New trend, providing rental housing for buyers at the margin.” To Read the Original Article Click Here Subscribe to our regular newsletter and get exclusive access to our next investment opportunity. Recent Posts

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Single-Family Rental REIT Same-Home Turnover

Single-Family Rental REIT Same-Home Turnover Per John Burns: “2 reasons that 77% of renters are renewing their leases now – by far the highest since we began tracking this. 1- Rent renewal rates are increasing, but rents on vacant units are increasing even faster, so people renew. 2 – Home buying costs have soared, so…

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What To Do During A Market Crash

What To Do During A Market Crash “In this podcast, you’ll learn: Is it important that you choose a great partner or a mentor for you? What is CHFA? There’s so much demand for affordable housing now. What is an Oversubscription? What is Multifamily New Construction Asset Class? Urban Town House (UTH) is a three…

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Climbing Natural Gas Prices Could Force U.S. to Slash Exports to Europe

Climbing Natural Gas Prices Could Force U.S. to Slash Exports to Europe “We are beginning to see a lag in storage builds that could lead to a precarious situation during the draw season in the event of a harsher-than-expected winter,” Neal Dingmann, energy equities analyst at Truist Securities, told the Wall Street Journal.“There is potential…

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Rents fell in some California Metro Areas; Is a wider cooling trend ahead?

Rents fell in some California Metro Areas; Is a wider cooling trend ahead? “But in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim metropolitan region, the fourth-most-expensive in the U.S., rent fell by $4 to $3,047. In the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario region, rent fell by $22, and the Sacramento area saw a $19 decrease.” To Read the Original Article Click…

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The Narrative of Housing Shortage Beginning to Crumble

The Narrative of Housing Shortage Beginning to Crumble Urban Pacific Note: Our UTH housing strategy has accelerated based on this “doubling and tripling up“, which is the one fundamental purpose of the UTH model: to create a new housing type that gives a place for people to “economic share.” “All the above factors feeding into…

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Development and Delivering Superior Yields

Development and Delivering Superior Yields “Scott Choppin is the founder of the Urban Pacific Group of Companies, a Long Beach, CA based real estate development Company, founded in 2000, that focuses exclusively on urban infill and affordable housing communities throughout California and the western US. Over the last 18 years, the company has developed nearly…

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California Rents are Spiking – and in Places You Might Not Expect

California Rents are Spiking – and in Places You Might Not Expect “Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ consumer price index for the Los Angeles area showed that in April, housing costs were up 5.4% from the year before and renters were spending 3.7% more for their primary residence compared with April 2021. Online…

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Chipmakers are Flashing More Warnings on the Global Economy

Chipmakers are Flashing More Warnings on the Global Economy “Mounting concern over semiconductor demand is sending shudders through North Asia’s high-tech exporters, which historically serve as a bellwether for the international economy. South Korean behemoths Samsung Electronics Co. and SK Hynix Inc. have signaled plans to dial back investment outlays, while across the East China…

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U.S. Needs More than Four Million New Apartments by 2035

U.S. Needs More than Four Million New Apartments by 2035 “Roughly 4.3 million new apartments will be necessary by 2035 to meet rising demand, according to research from the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and National Apartment Association. Some 266,000 new units will be needed annually. Housing affordability has worsened over the past several years,…

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