Real Estate Investing
Real estate prices are soaring. This is a huge surprise given a year of pandemic economics, business closings, and widespread unemployment. The good news is surely unexpected and an outright relief to real estate investors and property owners in general.
Real estate gained a lot of attention in 2020 simply because home prices rose strongly across the country. In contrast to widespread lay-offs and large numbers of business closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, existing home prices increased 14.9% during… Read More »
Is the new home premium a cost too high? Are real estate investors better off buying existing homes with lower prices? Or, should they consider a new housing product, newly-constructed built-for-rent (BFR) properties. According to the Census Bureau, the median… Read More »
The Cary Towne Center will never be the same. It used to be a mall in Cary, NC, close to Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Durham. It had 980,000 sq. ft. set on an 87-acre campus but the days of leisure… Read More »
Buying real estate at a discount is at the heart of real estate investing. A home well-bought gives investor a head start in the chase for profits and equity, an idea that’s easy to illustrate. In the third quarter, says… Read More »
With 2020 ending we can now begin to consider what will likely happen in 2021, hopefully a year when the pandemic will end and some sense of normality will begin to return. There is no doubt that 2020 will be… Read More »
Investors have always liked bank-owned properties or REOs — real estate owned by lenders and insurance programs. That’s because REOs often represent attractive investment opportunities, properties that lenders and insurance companies really want to dump. Given the pandemic economy you… Read More »