Oppose the CDC's Eviction Moratorium!

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2020

The September 4th Nationwide Eviction Moratorium launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an absolute over-reach and in direct contrast to the state-by-state and county-by-county approach of the Trump Administration and at direct odds to the successful prevention techniques being utilized throughout the country. Click here to read more.

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CDC to Order Temporary Halt in Nationwide Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19

BY  ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2020

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is planning to temporarily halt residential evictions nationwide for individuals earning less than $99k/year to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading, according to an unnamed senior administration official. Click here to read more.

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HUD & FHFA Extend Foreclosure & Eviction Moratoriums through 2020

BY  ON AUGUST 31, 2020

The U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) announced in late August that they were extending their moratorium on foreclosures and evictions through December 31, 2020. Click here to read more.

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The Pros and Cons of Out of State Investing

BY  ON AUGUST 26, 2020

In the age of technology, investing in real estate from a distance has become easier than ever before. Fortunately, most Americans also have access to smartphones and wifi, which enables them to do business on the go and from afar. Although there are new technology-based tools to make out-of-state real estate investing easier, it does come with pros and cons. Click here to read more.

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2020's Hottest Zip Codes

BY  ON AUGUST 25, 2020

Where are the hottest real estate markets in this crazy year of 2020? Realtor.com tells us to follow the zip codes as they recently released their annual market report. We have seen a lot of positive news about how real estate is leading the economic recovery as we (hopefully) emerge from the pandemic. Click here to read more.

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2020's Top Metros for Apartment Construction

BY  ON AUGUST 20, 2020

What are the top metros in the country where apartments are being built? According to RentCafé, the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is set to complete nearly 20k apartments by the end of the year - topping their chart for 3 years in a row. Click here to read more.

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A Surge in Foreclosures?

BY  ON AUGUST 12, 2020

Are we about to face a surge in foreclosures next year resulting from delinquencies brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic? On a recent episode of Real Estate News for Investors, Kathy Fettke takes a look at a recent report from ATTOM Data that is forecasting a dramatic rise in foreclosures by Q2 of 2021. Click here to read more.

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Suburban Growth is Now Double the Growth of Cities

BY  ON AUGUST 11, 2020

CNBC's Power Lunch recently pointed out that suburban growth is now double that of cities with people feeling crowded urban areas for the suburbs. In fact, they say that the while trend started before the pandemic, it has since accelerated. Click here to read more.

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Nearly Half of Recent Homebuyers Made an Offer Sight-Unseen

BY  ON AUGUST 6, 2020

According to data from a Redfin buyers survey, almost half (45%) of recent homebuyers made an offer on a home without ever seeing it in person. Click here to read more.

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Zumper's National Rent Report for August 2020

BY  ON AUGUST 3, 2020
Rental information site Zumper recently released their National Rent Report for August, 2020 showing that their median national rent for 1-bedroom apartment was $1,233 (up 0.3%) and the median two-bedroom rent was $1,493 (up 0.6%). Click here to read more.
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