In today's news
Civil Disturbances Stop Construction in Major Markets
Fiery protests in the wake of the police killing of a Minneapolis man have damaged or destroyed structures and halted projects underway in major markets across the country.
Small, Rural Markets Pacing Residential Construction
Residential construction is growing at a faster rate in small towns and rural areas than in bigger cities and metro areas, a trend the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to fuel, says the quarterly Home Building Geography Index (HBGI) just released by the National Association of Home Builders.
Leading Indicators for Real Estate Investors?
Low-Income Housing Tax Credits Still Present Investor Promise
Last year set a record for investment in Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) and LIHTC-backed assets, and despite a hit from the pandemic, they still hold significant promise this year, according to this analysis.
Rent Growth Is Slowing. Is Home Flipping a Better Option?
Residential rent growth is slowing, making that investment perhaps less attractive than before, but could a recovering market make this a good time to flip and go?
Investing in Lifestyles
How About Using Reclaimed Wood in Your Next Renovation Project?
While demand for this trendy and very green building material is helping drive prices, the cost can be worth it for adding unique appeal to a house or office redo that the savvy investor wants to attract top dollar.