A recent report looks at the most over-valued US real estate markets and asks whether the current cycle is coming to its peak. The conclusion leads to the recommendation to rent rather than buy for the moment.
Frenzied demand, soaring prices and lack of inventory have put the US real estate market out of sync. How long will it take to return to normality? See what the experts have to say.
Almost 30% of Americans are looking to relocate with the Sunshine State as the most popular destination. Florida real estate, warm weather and low taxes are among the reasons. Find out more.
The US rental market saw a surge of activity in the first half of this year with all of its 30 largest cities returning to pre-pandemic levels. And the biggest interest is from first-time tenants and those with income in excess of US$100,000
May saw the US housing market smash almost every record on the books. Sales and prices climbed to new highs and supply dropped to a historic low. Does this mean it has reached its peak? Read on to find out.
US single-family rents rose by over 5% in the year to April, the highest rate for 15 years. Detached homes with private space saw the biggest hikes in a market that shows no sign of cooling down.
New apartments in the US now have a bigger footprint to satisfy tenants' increasing demand for more space. New builds now have an extra 50 square feet in key metro areas. Find out more
The latest estimates of the housing shortage in the US put the deficit at almost 4 million single-family homes. The strong demand for property increases the shortfall by over 50% in just threes years, highlighting the acute lack of inventory in the US real estate market.
When it comes to choosing between the stock exchange and real estate investment, Americans overwhelmingly opt for property. Their motives include the higher returns and less volatility found in property assets.
US commercial real estate leads the world market with US metros taking 16 out of the top 30 positions. Canadians, South Koreans and Germans are the biggest investors with industrial property and multifamily residential the preferred property types.
The US real estate market starts the year on a strong note with the highest sales since 2006. Prices also soared by over 14% and inventory levels sank still further. Analysts point to a busy 2021 with buoyant sales through Q1 and Q2.
US home construction reaches its highest level in December 2020 since 2006. Both new-build starts and permit applications soar, particularly for single-family homes. However, this surge in activity fail to keep pace with demand levels that are predicted to remain high during 2021. Find out why.
The market for build-to-rent properties in the US has taken off this year in the light of strong demand for single-family homes in suburbia. Analysts point to multiple investment opportunities in a market with big interest from REITs and non-property investment funds as well as individual investors.
Higher prices, more expensive mortgages and an increase in sales form the basis of predictions for the US property market in 2021. This scenario has interesting implications for investors. Find out why in our latest news article.
In Q3, US house prices rose across the board with 65% of metros registering double-digit increases. Single-family home prices rose in every one of the 181 metros included in the NAR report as the market shows no signs of flagging in 2020.
The trend for staycations and search for new homes lead to busy winter for short-term lets in Florida. Rates look set to double in some areas predicted to see record levels of occupancy. According to new survey data, staycations are here to stay during 2021 as well.