Real Estate/REITs

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Rent Costs Beat Home Values In U.S. For First Time Since 2012

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Rents grew 4 percent in the year ended in April, beating the 3 percent rise in home values over the same period, says Zillow.

House Flippers Back WIth Wall St. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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Real estate buyers seeking money to renovate and flip U.S. houses are getting help from some of the world’s biggest investment firms.

Investment Opportunities Better In Japan, Europe Than In U.S., Says Envestnet Panel

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U.S. equity markets in general are very expensive, while Japanese and European equity markets offer better investing opportunities, say a panel of three investment strategists.

India Eases Rules To Allow Foreign Investment In REITs

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The move clears one more hurdle to the introduction of REITs and will help reduce pressure on the banking system to fund the real estate sector.

10 Young Advisors To Watch

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In a graying industry, younger advisors are entering the field in surprising ways, and with surprising attitudes about the future of the business.

Best Places To Retire? AARP Tool Grades Every U.S. Neighborhood

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A new AARP tool grades every neighborhood and city in the U.S. on a zero-to-100 scale as a place to live when you are getting older.

Clinton, Bush Wealth-Gap Focus Misses Americans’ Biggest Asset

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Homeownership has declined to the lowest level since 1993, and a new NYU study shows how detrimental that is to the middle class.

U.S. Homeownership Rate Falls To Lowest Since 1993

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The U.S. homeownership rate fell to the lowest level in more than two decades, extending a multiyear decline as rising prices and stagnant wages keep young families out of the property-buying...

Few Who Lost Homes In U.S. Will Buy Again Soon Amid Tight Credit

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Only about one in four former homeowners who lost property during the housing crash will soon become buyers again as tight credit keeps many out of the U.S. real estate market, says an NAR study.

Gundlach: Junk Bonds May Be The Next Crisis, Shopping Malls In A Death Spiral

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DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said he fears that the next major financial crisis could be the junk bond market.

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