Multifamily housing demand in high-density cities took a hit from COVID-19, but that appears to be changing.
Life science and medical offices are proving to be clear winners in the commercial real estate sector.
Properties that let visitors stay in their cars are commanding higher rents.
Vacation homes have been surging in demand, and investors are taking notice of a sector that has mostly been run by individual homeowners.
Opportunity zones posted increases during the fourth quarter as the price boom in the U.S. continued to spread, including to lower-income places.
“We wish we could buy more,” Invitation Homes’ CEO told CNBC. The company purchased 1,500 homes in the last quarter.
Renters are most likely to see payment rises between 5% to 10%, but some will see bigger hikes.
The commercial real estate market is roaring back, led by the multifamily sector.
More than a third of Americans rely on self storage as they search for more space, a new survey shows.
Foreign investors purchased $70.8 billion of U.S. commercial real estate in 2021—the highest total since 2018.
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