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BlackRock: 2023 Global Outlook

BlackRock: 2023 Global Outlook “The Great Moderation, the four-decade period of largely stable activity and inflation, is behind us. The new regime of greater macro and market volatility is playing out. A recession is foretold; central banks are on course to overtighten policy as they seek to tame inflation. Central bankers won’t ride to the…

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Housing Shortages Drive Differences in Multifamily Vacancy Rates

Housing Shortages Drive Differences in Multifamily Vacancy Rates “Markets With Hight Supply Barries in Better Position To Weather Weakness in Demand.” 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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Blackstone Urges Investment Advisors to ‘Keep Clients Calm’ as it Limits Redemptions of Commercial REIT

Blackstone Urges Investment Advisors to ‘Keep Clients Calm’ as it Limits Redemptions of Commercial REIT “Investors already concerned about the state of commercial real estate — as interest rates climb and the economy seems poised to slow — got another worrying signal with a massive Blackstone real estate fund hitting its redemption limit. MLIV recently flagged the frozen commercial-property…

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California Building Permits Drop 29% as Homebuying, Rents Cool

California Building Permits Drop 29% as Homebuying, Rents Cool “California builders pulled permits for 7,168 housing units of all kinds in October. Yes, that’s No. 3 nationally and 6% of the nationwide total. (Psst! Texas was No. 1 at 22,882, and Florida was No. 2 at 15,519.)But all this real estate uncertainty means California permitting…

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Single-Family Rental Survey

Single-Family Rental Survey “Single-family rental operators say 17% of tenant move-outs were to buy a home, down -6 percentage points over the last year and -9 from two years ago. The for-sale affordability crunch is keeping people in rental homes for longer.” To Read the Original Article Click Here Subscribe to our regular newsletter and…

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The U.S. Needs More Housing Than Almost Anyone Can Imagine

The U.S. Needs More Housing Than Almost Anyone Can Imagine “As it turns out, two economists had, in a way, answered my question. Enrico Moretti of UC Berkeley and Chang-Tai Hsieh of the University of Chicago wanted to know how much GDP and productivity the United States gives up by throttling the housing supply in…

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Europe’s Cities Are Getting More Crowded – That’s A Good Thing

Europe’s Cities Are Getting More Crowded – That’s A Good Thing “When Cortinovis charted the density trends of 331 European cities between 2006 and 2018, that’s exactly the pattern she observed for the first half of that time period. Sixty percent of the cities she studied got less dense between 2006 and 2012. But in…

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The Diesel Crunch is Finally Causing Demand Destruction

The Diesel Crunch is Finally Causing Demand Destruction “Now signs have emerged that weaker demand in the past weeks may have slowly started to rebuild diesel inventories, contrary to seasonal trends. Distillate inventories in the U.S. rose by 3 million barrels in the six weeks to November 18, according to estimates by Reuters’…” To Read…

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Housing Market Obliterated: Pending Home Sales Post Record Drop

Housing Market Obliterated: Pending Home Sales Post Record Drop “Well, slowly but surely this epic collapse in sentiment is spreading to market metrics, and while it will take between 6 and 9 months for real-time data to reach the badly lagging government-level CPI and PCE data, what’s taking place in the US housing market right…

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October Rental Report: Rent Prices Slow for the Third Straight Month

October Rental Report: Rent Prices Slow for the Third Straight Month “In October 2022, the U.S. rental market experienced single-digit growth for the third month in a row after nine months of slowing from January’s peak 17.4% growth. The median rent growth across the top 50 metros slowed to 4.7% year-over-year for 0-2 bedroom properties.…

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