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Baby Boomers and the rental market

Baby boomers are starting to do things differently – and it could redefine the rental market

baby boomerHappy Halloween everyone! No scary stories today. We are going to talk about a shift in the rental market that could be a HUGE opportunity for investors out there! Baby boomers are not acting as they have in past years – and this spells opportunity for folks who are aware of it!

Unlike past years, baby boomers are deciding to rent rather than buy. What is most interesting is what they are renting and where. With this information in your pocket, you can potentially appeal to a segment of the rental market that tends to be full of dream tenants!

Todays Links:

  • http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-23/meet-americas-new-renter-class-baby-boomers
  • https://www.rentcafe.com/blog/rental-market/real-estate-news/todayrenterprofile-older-highly-educated-suburban/

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Real Estate Rental Bubble?!?!

Some interesting numbers on rental returns in 2016

real estate rentalLots of interesting information in todays show regarding real estate rental. The numbers are in for rental home returns for properties purchased in 2016. It paints a picture of a slowing rental market for investors and real estate entrepreneurs. Could this be the beginning of a rental bubble?

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Fannie Mae has adjusted their expected growth for the last half of 2016 downward – not a good sign.

Plus, and kind of at odds with our other news, the number of all cash purchases jumped after years of this number declining. I have what I think is a pretty interesting explanation for this that could give us insights into what to expect in 2017 from not only the real estate market, but from the economy in general.

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Top 20 Investment Cities According To Forbes

Today we will run down the Forbes list of the best 20 cities to invest in real estate. Forbes comes at this question from an interesting direction and offers some interesting suggestions that we will explore. Also, the show is now available on iHeartRadio! If you you are a fan of …

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Recession Time?

Rents are falling too.

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We have some interesting tidbits of info floating around out there that are worth looking at.

Lumber prices are up. This usually means more construction is going on.

Homeowners expectations on what their homes will sell for are getting closer to reality, this could spell a better environment for buyers who want to be more aggressive.

Biggest story of the day is the claim that a recession is right around the corner. Is it recession time? Rents are down in the biggest markets in the third quarter. The number of apartments that came on line in 2016 was pretty crazy in the greater San Francisco area. There are even incentives being offered in areas of San Francisco! However, the supply of homes for sale is still ridiculously low.

All of this together spells some interesting opportunities for buyers, sellers, investors and real estate entrepreneurs.

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Housing Crisis Or Not?

Is ZeroHedge getting it right or wrong?

The good folks over at zero hedge published an article recently regarding the United States being in a housing crisis. Now I think we can all agree that things are not quite right at the moment with the world of real estate. In some cases, I would even suggest that these problems have risen to a crisis level. However, should we be worried about the increased number of rental homes over the last decade? Does this spell disaster for our market and for landlords? When incomes are hit are we going to see reduced demand for rental homes?

There are several claims made by ZeroHedge and it seemed like a good idea to take a bit more of a critical look at the claims and see if buyers, sellers, investors and real estate entrepreneurs should be worried about the future of their rental properties.

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