2016 Marked a Decline in Investment Sales Volumes (income property data)

Just data, boring data..actually it probably does not affect the  small residential real estate investor too much. There will be some price adjustments so you may want to think about your buying and selling now and price accordingly. ****NON BANK LOANS FOR INVESTORS  (SMALL COMMERCIAL BALANCE AND RESIDENTIAL ) 2016 was still the second strongest…

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Projected CMBS Issuance for 2017 Under $80 Billion#CMBS #maturing 

“Approximately 30 percent of $47 billion in Fitch-rated CMBS loans maturing this year could default,” from article. could be opportunity for banks and alternative lenders and even investors to purchase property and notes. (check our bridge loans – for notes and property) The anticipated figure reflects an increase from 2016, which saw about $60 billion…

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Fleet launches new individual and LTD company loans – Mortgage Strategy Mortgage Strategy(in Europe, but interesting)

Fleet Mortgages has today launched five new products across both its individual and limited company ranges. All products are available with immediate effect with lifetime trackers replacing the lender’s previous pay rate trackers. Fleet is also bringing back 80 per cent LTV options for both. The new individual products are: ·         A two-year 80 per…

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5 Things Property Managers And #Landlords Need To Know About Renting To #Millennials

5 things landlords, property mangers and investors need to know about renting to Millennials and what this group wants in rental housing Source: 5 Things Property Managers And Landlords Need To Know About Renting To Millennials   35% are self employed – that is surprising- good article on landlord tips – maybe help you maximize rental income.

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Record Levels Of Investor Capital In Real Estate Funds Remain Unspent – Capital Markets

As landlords cling to properties, CRE fund managers are having a hard time spending investor money. Source: Record Levels Of Investor Capital In Real Estate Funds Remain Unspent – Capital Markets   Lots investors looking for property. Rents are good and cap rates low- What is your rental/income property strategy. Informative article single family and…

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China's Sovereign Fund Says Trump Is Creating Ample U.S. Investment Opportunities – State of Market

CIC says Trump may make the U.S. a more valuable place to invest. Source: China’s Sovereign Fund Says Trump Is Creating Ample U.S. Investment Opportunities – State of Market I think this affects your rental investments (landlords). Whether SFR or large commercial income there is more pressure (demand and lower cap rates coming) unless interest…

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