Top 5 Changes Coming To DFW In The Next 10 Years
Big changes are heading to North Texas in the next decade with the one constant being a boom in population.
Dallas-Fort Worth's Northern Suburbs Are Driving Apartment Demand
Three Suburbs in Particular Account for Almost 30% of All Apartment Demand As of Third Quarter
Dallas Supplants New York as Job Gains Leader in September
Dallas replaced perennial #1 New York as the national leader for job gains in September, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A Vast Majority of U.S. Renters Use Online Ratings and Reviews in Apartment Search
Out of over 1,100 respondents to the 2019 Renter Insight & Digital Engagement survey, conducted by SurveyMonkey Audience for online reputation manager Binary Fountain, 93% of U.S. apartment seekers have used online reviews in their rental property search.
Five Reasons to Invest in Multifamily Properties Instead of the Stock Market
When speaking with passive investors about participating in one of my syndication deals, I am often asked, “Is a multifamily investment better than buying stocks?” Iʼll be honest: There is no easy answer to that question. Each investment vehicle has its pros and cons, and both can help build wealth over time. Frankly, itʼs all about the individual investment.
Investors from Singapore, Canada Keep Pouring Money into U.S. Apartment Sector
Foreign buyers of U.S. apartment buildings spent well over $10 billion per quarter in recent quarters, above the volume seen in late 2016 and early 2017.
Why foreign investors love U.S. Commercial Real Estate, and why more will follow
Despite fears of trade wars and increased protectionism, foreign investment in the United States remains robust. In fact, the U.S. continues to be the single largest recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world: more than $450 billion was pumped into the U.S. economy from other countries in 2016, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis at the Department of Commerce.
Israeli Investors Pouring Money Into U.S. Multi-family Housing
Three Israeli institutional investors are about to close a $400 million deal to invest in Washington residential properties together with the United States property developer Larry Silverstein as asset managers look for ways to improve returns in an era of record low interest rates.
Next 2 decades may bring more Baby Boomers to Rental Market
The rental market is continuously catered toward the millennial generation who has moved out of the house and is trying to save up money for a down payment. However, the baby boomer generation has nearly just as much presence in the market, according to a study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.