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Housing Units By Decade(s) Built, City of Los Angeles

Housing Units By Decade(s) Built, City of Los Angeles “I was asked to update this chart, which I first made around 2016, with the latest data. Here you go! “Boom” refers to the housing boom people have been talking about for the past 5+ years.” – Shane Philips on Twitter To Read the Original Article…

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Change in Housing Price Indexes, since 2000

Change in Housing Price Indexes, since 2000 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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There is a Middle-Income Housing Shortage Too

There is a Middle-Income Housing Shortage Too “While most headlines focus on the affordable housing crisis, middle-income housing stock is suffering for low supply levels as well. The ULI Terwilliger Center’s 2021 Home Attainability Index shows a lack of attainably priced housing in the 50 most populated markets in the US. Essential workers have been…

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Real Estate Developers Take on a Private Equity Role

Real Estate Developers Take on a Private Equity Role “There’s nothing unusual when a private equity player decides to target commercial real estate with a new fund. In this case, the PE firm is also a developer.” To Read the Original Article Click Here Subscribe to our regular newsletter and get exclusive access to our…

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Friday Economic Update | 4.16.2021

Friday Economic Update | 4.16.21 Data Updates: 4/12 to 4/16: NFIB small business optimism, retail sales, industrial production, capacity utilization, weekly unemployment claims, STLFSI, and University of Michigan consumer sentiment (mid-April); 4/5 to 4/9: ISM-nonmanufacturing, vehicle sales, job openings, new hires, weekly unemployment claims, and STLFSI;.2/29 to 4/2: Nonfinancial corporate profits, NACM credit managers’ index,…

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Rents For The Rich Are Plummeting. Rents For The Poor Are Rising. Why?

Rents For The Rich Are Plummeting. Rents For The Poor Are Rising. Why? “So what’s going on? Why are higher-income people getting a break they don’t need, and lower-income people facing rent hikes when they’re more at risk of losing their jobs? The dynamics at the high end of the market are clearer. With covid-19…

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Research Brief: Housing

Research Brief: Housing “Rental housing favored as home prices rise. Fewer households are able to quality for a mortgage or are outbid on home offers, further delaying the transition out of the rental market. Despite the unprecedented upheaval caused by the health crisis, multifamily vacancy nationwide rested at 4.4 percent at the beginning of 2021,…

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Institutional Investors Pouring Equity With ‘Urgency’ Into Mid-Market Multifamily

Institutional Investors Pouring Equity With ‘Urgency’ Into Mid-Market Multifamily “Other investors are also once again jumping into the multifamily sector. U.S. sales volume in Q4 increased more than 115% from Q3 to $56.7B, almost unchanged from Q4 2019, according to the NMHC newsletter, citing Real Capital Analytics data. And although overall rent growth was essentially…

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Renting is Nearly 35% Cheaper Than Owning a Home in LA: Realtor.com

Renting is Nearly 35% Cheaper Than Owning a Home in LA: Realtor.com “Los Angeles has experienced some of the sharpest rent declines in the country since the pandemic began around this time last year.  With few newcomers moving into the city, and others leaving in search of more affordable rentals, the median price of a…

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Friday Economic Update | 4.09.2021

Friday Economic Update | 4.09.21 Data Updates: 4/5 to 4/9: ISM-nonmanufacturing, vehicle sales, job openings, new hires, weekly unemployment claims, and STLFSI;.2/29 to 4/2: Nonfinancial corporate profits, NACM credit managers’ index, ISM manufacturing, STLFSI, weekly unemployment claims, temporary employment, and yield curve; 3/22 to 3/26: Existing home sales, CFNAI, weekly unemployment claims, STLFSI, and University…

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