Building a house can take years. But today, 3-D printing technology is emerging that can shrink build times and make constructing a home much cheaper.
As hurricanes approached, gasoline demand increased as supply shrank, and prices rose. But sometimes price gouging is less obvious, as in the case of new homes.
Losses hurt. This is true emotionally, financially and mathematically. And some homeowners are learning a painful math lesson even as real estate recovers.
Up until recently, many young people weren’t able to purchase homes. And that’s for one reason: They simply couldn’t get a mortgage.
A group of Americans that has just come of age is dominating the housing market and becoming the most significant force in our economy today.
Homeownership is near a record low, but things are clearly shifting. For the third year in a row, millennials represented the largest group of home buyers.
Every boom has its moment of hubris and overconfidence. Most often someone announces a “tallest building in the world.” Or in this case, a gigantic mall.
Comfortable living in a beautiful part of the world. Quiet and peaceful. Golf weather year-round. But that’s not the big reason why you should consider owning real estate in northern Argentina.
Previously lumped in with financials, REITs will soon have their own sector on the S&P 500. And the added liquidity should open the floodgates for new cash to flow into real estate.