• More Hurdles Ahead For Foreign Investors
    In: Real Estate Investing
    More Hurdles Ahead for Foreign Investors

    Foreign investors have both the capital and the desire to continue buying U.S. real estate. The question is whether those forces will be strong enough to offset looming challenges ahead in the form of higher interest rates and a maturing real estate cycle, as well as a shifting geopolitical and regulatory environment. After hitting a record high $98.9 billion in 2015, cross-border transaction volume dropped by one third last year, according to Real Capital Analytics (RCA), a New York City-based research firm. Yet that decline is more of a natural reset rather than a cause for alarm. “I do believe 2015 was an outlier year,” says Randy Giraldo, head of U.S. portfolio management for TH...Read more >

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    In: Real Estate Investing

    As often happens during an economic cycle, the dynamics of the real estate market have changed once again. Investors looking to buy at the bottom of the market...

  • Apartment Market Looks Strong Despite Policy Uncertainty
    In: Latest News

    Since the election, "uncertainty" has been a buzzword among economists. The direction of U.S. policy is not clear on major issues ranging from immigration to tax reform....

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    In: Real Estate Investing

    While this has traditionally been a niche alternative that few investors considered, many are now eyeing this asset class with new interest, and for good...

  • Washington Landlords Reach More Renters
    In: Marketing Vacant Units

    HousingSearchNW.org is a free service that provides fast access to up-to-date housing information in communities across Washington. Providers of rental housing can use...