Real Estate/REITs

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With Housing, Millennials Have Much To Complain About

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The standard metrics obscure just how unlikely it has become for young adults to own a home in the U.S.

U.S. Housing Affordability Worsens To New Record Low On High Rates

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A series of interest-rate hikes by the Fed and a surge in bond yields have skyrocketed mortgage rates.

Schwab's Sonders Sees A Recession As 'More Likely Than Not'

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The U.S. economy has undergone deep, lasting changes since the start of the pandemic, she said during a panel discussion.

Gundlach Sees Layoffs Coming, Bad Environment For Banks

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The DoubleLine CEO said that a wave of productivity-related post-pandemic layoffs is about to commence.

Blackstone's $67 Billion Real Estate Fund Sees Withdrawal Requests Decline

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BREIT returned about 29% of what investors requested in September.

Florida Overtakes New York As Second-Biggest Housing Market

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Miami has also surged up the rankings to become the fifth-largest metropolitan housing market.

World's Mega-Rich Are Betting On U.S. Renters To Grow Their Billions

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Over the past decade, ultra-wealthy individuals and their firms have more than doubled their investments in apartments.

Home Prices In U.S. Hit Record High, Erasing Recent Decline

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A national gauge of prices rose for a sixth straight month, increasing 0.6% in July from June.

Homebuyers Cancel Purchases At Highest Rate In 10 Months

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More buyers and sellers scrapped deals last month as mortgage rates topped 7% for the first time since November.

Flawed U.S. Home-Loan System Neglects The Buyers Who Need It Most

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Federal Home Loan Banks aren't fulfilling their stated mission to support affordable housing and community development.

Investors Told To Be Way Of Excessive Borrowing In Commercial Real Estate

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An industry CEO said investors should avoid over-leveraging in the current economy.

Pandemic Population Boom In Rural Hotspots Sparks Resentment

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Newcomers are overloading infrastructure and boosting the prices of homes and farmland.

Mortgage Rates Ease From Highs, Falling For Second Week

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The average for a 30-year, fixed loan fell to 7.12% from 7.18% a week earlier.

Ultra Rich Pay $620,000 To Shield Mega Mansions From Disaster Risk

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Insurance premiums are soaring as climate risk grows, pricing everyone but the wealthy out of some coastal areas.

U.S. Home Purchase Applications Fall To Lowest Since 1995

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A gauge of U.S. mortgage applications for home purchases fell to a 28-year low.

Advisors: Be Careful Charging Clients To Keep Cash In Low-Interest Sweep Accounts

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One consultant said he has seen advisors charge clients advisory fees that are higher than what they earn in sweep accounts.

Weird, Yes, But Housing Really Needs A Slower Economy

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Slowing inflation alone hasn't been enough to lower borrowing costs.

Finding Gems In The Trash Heap

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The Pzena Emerging Markets Value Fund's deep-value approach has been a winner.

Home Prices Climb For Fifth Month Amid Tight Inventory

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A national gauge of prices rose 0.7% in June from May.

SEC Probes Major Lender Over Mortgage-Backed Securities Sold To Wall Street

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The probe is looking at securities issues by a company that promotes home ownership in underserved communities.

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