They are usually reserved for homebuyers, but bidding wars are becoming more common in the rental home market. Demand for apartment and single-family rentals is surging and outpacing supply. As the economy improves, workers are moving out of shared living situations and looking for their own homes. In addition, the housing market is so expensive
Kseniya Ragozina | Getty Images Small investors who might not have the funds – or the stomach to be landlords – have a new option to get in on the lucrative single-family rental market. Fundrise, which started in 2012 as a crowdfunding platform for commercial real estate, is broadening its scope to single-family rental homes.
In this article GOOGL Google is asking the city for feedback on its early plans to transform a Silicon Valley office site with “sustainability” features. City of San Jose filings Google is planning yet another Silicon Valley campus, which will sit adjacent to a new center partly devoted to hardware, according to preliminary plans obtained
More than 11 million Americans continue to report being behind on their rent. How much renters owe varies greatly from one state and county to the next, according to data provided to CNBC by Surgo Ventures, a nonprofit organization focusing on health and data. Across the country, the average renter in arrears owes $3,700. The
Lucy Nicholson | Reuters The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday released a new federal eviction moratorium, just days after the previous ban expired on July 31. The new rules bought more time for some, but not all, of the millions of renters facing eviction. It’s also increased confusion for many in danger
In this article MGP VICI MGM Resorts International President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle is interviewed during the launch of the 100-megawatt MGM Resorts Mega Solar Array, the hospitality industry’s largest directly sourced renewable electricity project in the world on June 28, 2021 in Dry Lake Valley, Nevada. Gabe Ginsberg | Getty Images Real estate investment
Richard Stephen | iStock | Getty Images Leopold broke down his bed and his children’s bunk beds and packed up his belongings, preparing for himself, his wife and their six children to become homeless. “I was trembling,” said Leopold, who asked to use his first name only because of the stigma attached to eviction. “But
In this article CATL-SG Easy credit is becoming less available in China’s real estate market, but CapitaLand Group’s Andrew Lim says fiscally prudent firms could stand to benefit. “In the current climate where other companies may be more fiscally challenged without access to credit, we’re now in the position to sort of level the playing
No-Mad | iStock | Getty Images The Biden administration is expected to announce a new federal eviction moratorium on Tuesday, according to a source familiar with the matter. The eviction ban will be targeted at areas of the country experiencing high levels of coronavirus infections. The protection will last for 60 days until Oct. 3,
Bill Oxford | iStock | Getty Images Although the national ban on evictions is now over, a number of states have issued their own protections for renters that will last for months more. These local policies can buy tenants time to get approved for federal rental assistance and help them to stay in their homes.
Major credit ratings agencies this week downgraded China’s most indebted property developer Evergrande, as concerns over Asia’s junk bond sector rise. Fitch Ratings on Wednesday downgraded China Evergrande one notch from B to CCC, saying that the negative developments surrounding Evergrande may weaken investor confidence, further pressuring its liquidity. A rating of CCC means there’s
In this article VNO The inside floor of a Wegmans grocery store. Photo by Aditi Shrikant Wegmans Food Markets announced Thursday that it will be opening its second location in New York City and its first in Manhattan, as it moves into the old Kmart location at Astor Place. The grocery chain with a cult-like
In this article Rauf Karimov | iStock | Getty Images With the national eviction ban expiring today, Leopold expects he and his wife, Vivia, and their six young children, will be forced out of their home in Deerfield Beach, Florida, where they’ve lived for the past three years. They’re one of millions of families in
Focqus, LLC | iStock | Getty Images President Joe Biden is calling on Congress to extend the national eviction ban set to expire in two days. “This moratorium prevented hundreds of thousands of Americans from experiencing the heartbreak, homelessness and health risks that too often emanate from evictions — particularly during a pandemic,” White House
teekid | E+ | Getty Images Although the national ban on evictions that’s been in effect for almost a year will expire tomorrow, there’s still time for struggling renters to apply for federal aid. Congress has allocated more than $45 billion in rental assistance to address the crisis, and only a sliver of the money
Buying a house can be expensive. The typical U.S. home will set you back $287,148, according to a recent report from Zillow. But the mortgage amount most likely won’t cover all of the upfront costs homebuyers will face. Check out this video for a full breakdown of how much you should have in savings before
In this article KIM Foot traffic at Kimco Realty‘s shopping centers has returned to pre-pandemic levels, CEO Conor Flynn told CNBC on Thursday. “Traffic is back to 2019 levels, and we have a real playbook now that we can follow thanks to all the lessons learned through the pandemic,” Flynn said on “The Exchange.” “We
In this article RLGY Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider told CNBC on Thursday the real estate services firm is embracing the remote work revolution that was accelerated by the Covid pandemic. In an interview on “Power Lunch,” Schneider said the New Jersey-based company is about to overhaul its corporate headquarters to accommodate its new way of working.
A real estate for sale sign shows the home as being “Under Contract” in Washington, DC, November 19, 2020. Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images Pending sales of existing homes in June, which are measured by signed contracts, fell 1.9% month-to-month, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales were also down 1.9% compared
In front of the criminal court in Moabit, supporters of a left-wing housing project in Köpenicker Straße protest against its eviction. A woman holds a sign with the English inscription “A roof or your head a basic human right”. picture alliance | picture alliance | Getty Images LONDON — Rent controls are becoming increasingly popular