The balance of power in the US housing market will shift from sellers to buyers by 2019, according to experts surveyed by Zillow.. One expert explains how investors have created a scenario.
Shifting market turns investors shy on housing Print; E-mail. real estate investors are growing weary and beginning to back away  from the housing market. This, of course, is happening at a time when investors continue to get credit for stimulating a significant portion of today’s home.
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If anything, the booming housing market contributed to the recent distress among stock market investors, said Daren Blomquist, senior vice president of real-estate analytics firm Attom Data Solutions.
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People will continue to turn to real estate agents for help. "It’s going to be a mind shift for people," Nicole Torstenson.
The Net Lease Retail Market Is Showing a Shift, with Higher Cap Rates and More Listings. Investment sales volume in the single-tenant retail category was just shy of $3.2 billion in the first.
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As a real estate investor, you spend a lot of time researching target markets, generating leads, and finding the best real estate investments that have the highest ROI. Of course, you also have to fund those deals, and private money mortgage lenders are sometimes the best source to turn to when you want to buy an investment property.
ETFs have become a go-to investment vehicle for many investors across a range of backgrounds, revealing the shifting trends in investors’ habits.
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In his annual letter to investors, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon offered an optimistic outlook on the housing market for 2012. Despite the continuing trend of low home prices and an excess of homes in delinquency or foreclosure that are still not on the market, Dimon offers these nine indicators, as reported by Business Insider, that things are starting to turn around:
Shifting market turns investors shy on housing 0 As interest rates and home prices continue to take off, real estate investors are growing weary and beginning to back away from the housing market.