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While there are some drawbacks to owning vacation rental properties, some of those drawbacks are also associated with some positives. The result is a net benefit to the vacation rental owner.
For many investors, a self-directed IRA makes more sense than a traditional IRA where you are limited to the types of assets you can hold in your retirement account.
While the situation in 2008 was dismal, the situation now is less threatening. When the pandemic is over and the fallout from the moratoria lifting has passed, the market should return to its previous pre-pandemic state. Real estate investors should be looking for opportunities.
Single-family rentals are growing as a proportion of housing stock. While that’s good news for builders, rental agents, and REITs who specialize in this niche, not everybody is happy about the trend.
Now that the economy is picking up again, a vaccination plan has been implemented, and businesses are getting back to steady-state operations, it’s time to review the multi-family housing sector. Overall, multi-family housing is strong and healthy, but there are a few speed bumps.
There’s no doubt that homebuilders facing inflation and rising costs of materials will have to pass those costs on to home buyers. We can expect house prices to continue to climb.
Based on the level of consumer excitement in NYC to finally be back, construction of the commercial spaces will resume. Shopping centers such as The Hudson Yards Mall will always be a hit. People from around the world come to NYC to visit the Vessel and all of the luxury stores across from it.
There’s a lot of news behind the sudden surge in the single-family rental market, but it’s all driven by two factors that ought not to be news: The economy is basically good. People are basically good. Of course, both those statements are controversial and we’ll discuss them one at a time but, for now, let’s take a look at where SFRs have been and where they are now.
While there are a lot of unknowns due to lack of clarity on when the foreclosure moratoria will be lifted, there is plenty of room for optimism regarding the future of real estate, both for the new construction market and for the distressed housing market.
The single-family real estate market is strong and looking good for the foreseeable future. But a lot rides on what happens after the foreclosure moratorium comes to an end.