Over the last ten years, the US rental market has experienced fundamental changes, particularly in terms of location and tenant profile. Discover what they are and their implications for buy-to-let investment.
The US rental market is set to see a surge in demand as more and more would-be homeowners find their plans to buy frustrated. The combination of high demand, low supply and tighter lending conditions is driving prices up. And for every US$1,000 rise, some 150,000 buyers will be disappointed.
Find out why the traditional American dream of homeownership could be a thing of the past as the number of wealthy renters in the US soars.
To rent or to buy? Discover why the balance has tipped in favour of US rental properties in an increasing number of metro areas in the country.
Against a background of strong rises in rental rates in 2018, Florida rentals saw some of the highest increases. Discover which Florida metros performed best.
Find out why a new survey on millennial buying habits reveals that the potential for US buy-to-let investment could be greater than ever before.
Discover the forecast for US real estate in 2019 when price rises will be high in Florida metros and rentals remain an attractive alternative to buying.
June saw the highest US rental rates ever, up 2.9% in the year. Rates in Florida metros rose by much more with Orlando registering the highest of all.
A recent survey shows rentals are a more popular option on the US property market with everyone including Baby Boomers, once staunch homeowners.
An annual review of the best places to buy a US holiday let contains some surprises and some givens and Florida continues to tick all the boxes.
Discover why changes in rental trends in millennials and older Americans tick even more boxes for investors in US buy-to-let properties.
A recent report on the US rental market reveals higher rental rates and occupancy levels plus an increase in the popularity of renting.
US rentals are on the move as almost two-thirds of tenants plan to relocate. Sunbelt states such as Florida and Texas are top favourites.
Latest figures for homeownership in the US point to a slight increase in the rate in Q2 this year. More millennials bought homes between April and June, pushing the homeownership rate up in this group. Traditionally the strongest sector in the US rental market, they are about to be joined by Generation Z, a whole new target for rental properties.
Two studies reveal that the US rental market requires a massive injection of properties over the next two decades to meet burgeoning demand. Based on current trends, the US needs 4.6 million more apartment units by 2030 to satisfy demand from rental households.
US buy-to-let property is not only big business for small investors; large investment funds have recently joined them in the bid to obtain yields from America’s buoyant rental market.