As rental demand grows, soaring rents are taking a bigger bite out of households’ pocketbooks.
Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies released its biennial housing report today, offering predictions for the U.S. rental market in the next two years.
Multifamily properties near college campuses often can equate to higher returns, and investors haven’t overlooked this sector for steady profits.
States in the West and in the South are expected to see the highest price gains in the next 12 months of about 4 to 8 percent.
The nationwide housing market is inching closer to “normal” levels and is operating at 85 percent of normal economic and housing activity.
The Federal Housing Administration will be reducing the amount it’ll insure on high-cost mortgages starting in the new year.
Rising home prices and limited inventories are prompting some investors to recede in housing markets where they once made up a big share of home buyers.
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