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Fans show a willingness to pay more to live near their favorite sports team, which means home owners who live near a sports stadium often can command a premium for their properties. Realtor.com®’s research team set out to determine which markets fans may be willing to pay the most for. They ranked U.S. cities with…


Soon, investors will find themselves purchasing more single-family rental properties due to the changing of seasons. The Seasonal Single-Family Rental Investment Advantage Report, generated by HomeUnion, revealed that the winter off-peak period is the best time of the year to acquire SFRs. The report also found that investors will pay 7.2 percent less per square…


Mortgage rates are surging in the wake of the presidential election. The average rate of a 30-year-fixed rate mortgage has jumped to 3.94%, up from 3.57% last week. In the past two weeks, the rate has increased 40 basis points. But that’s still pretty low. This time last year, a 30-year mortgage was 3.97%. The…


Just like “The Matrix,” you can’t really see a bubble while you’re in one… but there are some telltale signs. If you were burned in 2008, the last time the housing bubble burst, you’re probably (and understandably!) gun-shy about jumping into the housing market again — especially if you think your local area could be…


Real estate is a very lucrative asset classes and should be a component of every well-diversified investment portfolio. Real estate investments offer capital gains and investment income while having a low correlation with the traditional asset classes stocks and bonds. That makes real estate an excellent alternative asset class for portfolio diversification, but also aids…


You’ve heard the old real estate adage before: Success is all about “location, location, location.” While there are obviously other factors that come into play for someone trying to build wealth through real estate, location definitely plays a vital role in determining one’s overall return on their investment. If you buy a property in an…


As with all things in life, investment-wise or other, there are some times that are better than others for getting started. In real estate, this often boils down … As with all things in life, investment-wise or other, there are some times that are better than others for getting started. In real estate, this often…


According to the National Association of Realtors 2016 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers – First-time buyers who financed their home typically financed 96 percent of their home compared to repeat buyers at 84 percent. The most difficult step in the home buying process was saving for a down payment, as cited by 13 percent…


With house prices relatively subdued many people are looking to buy investment properties, which are mostly funded via a mortgage bond. The latest FNB National House Price Index shows renewed slowing in month-on-month house price growth and house prices down 20.1% in real terms since the peak reached in December 2007. Given the tax treatment…


Demand is drying up in the priciest markets. On the surface, rents, when averaged out across the US, still rose in October, though way slower than during the landlord’s golden days, with one-bedroom median asking rent up 1.5% year-over-year and two-bedroom rent up 2.5%, according to Zumper’s Rent Report. But beneath the surface, a sea…

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