Prices have been rising steadily but is there a real risk of a US property market bubble? The answer turns out to be a resounding no.
US foreclosure properties, once a huge market burden, now stand at their lowest rate for over 11 years. Many metros have rates last seen in 2005
2017 has undoubtedly been an excellent year for the US property market. With under three months to go, predictions are already coming in for 2018. Freddie Mac’s latest economic outlook makes good reading for US investors as it points to more of the same.
It’s the question on every property investor’s lips. And the latest Market Hotness Index from Realtor.com provides the answer. The listing for August shows continued heating up of the US property market and includes some surprises.
Latest figures for homeownership in the US point to a slight increase in the rate in Q2 this year. More millennials bought homes between April and June, pushing the homeownership rate up in this group. Traditionally the strongest sector in the US rental market, they are about to be joined by Generation Z, a whole new target for rental properties.
The Sunshine State has long ranked among America’s favourite retirement destinations. A new report reveals five great places to retire in Florida for affordability and best healthcare access.
Levels of foreign Investment in US property have hit a record high. Big interest from foreigners shows US real estate remains a popular option.
Two studies reveal that the US rental market requires a massive injection of properties over the next two decades to meet burgeoning demand. Based on current trends, the US needs 4.6 million more apartment units by 2030 to satisfy demand from rental households.
Florida property market moves up yet another notch and registered its 66th consecutive month of price hikes in May. On the back of strong employment prospects, Florida continues to attract buyers in droves.