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.
US buy-to-let property is not only big business for small investors; large investment funds have recently joined them in the bid to obtain yields from America’s buoyant rental market.
Supply on the US property market currently stands at its lowest level ever. This shortage creates an ideal market for buy-to-let opportunities.
Florida ranks high in the listings for the best places for single family rentals in the US. The metro areas of Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa feature across the board for opportunity, high demand and capital rate ranking. This latest research confirms the excellent potential for buy-to-let properties in Florida.
The end of the year means investment prediction time. The latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate forecasts which US property markets are the ones to watch in 2017. Unsurprisingly after an excellent 2016, Florida property is one to keep a keen eye on.
Figures released for US property prices in August point to another rise and bring the market close to its peak reached in July 2006. Prices went up across the board with some markets showing considerably higher increases.
Property analysts are unanimous in that 2016 has been one of the best years for the US housing market since the crisis. With the sector already looking forward to more of the same next year, now is a good time to take a look at some forecasts for the trends in the US property market in 2017.
A new report reveals the best places for US vacation rentals. Resorts in Florida dominate the top ten for returns on holiday lets in the US.
As the US economy and job market register full recovery levels, demand for housing is soaring. As a result, property inventory levels are tight across the board creating strong demand for new builds. However, developers currently face one major obstacle – the severe shortage of building land in the US. This latest BRIC Group article provides the full picture.
More households are choosing to rent US properties in the suburbs than city centres across the nation as a whole. In addition, the renter population continues to grow and outpace the supply of properties available to rent. These latest figures confirm the potential behind buy-to-let property in the US as this BRIC Group news article explains.