The current housing boom will flatten in 2022—or possibly early 2023—when mortgage interest rates rise. There is no bubble to burst, though prices may retreat from panic-buying highs.
While large investors have the money and expertise to survive rent embargoes, many smaller landlords have been left in the lurch.
Earlier this year, Jessica Myers made history as one of the youngest Black women entrepreneurs to own a Hilton hotel. Now, she is helping others diversify their incomes through real estate wholesaling, investing, and development.
Lumber and plywood prices have jumped through the roof in the U.S. Building materials prices will retreat in 2022, returning to pre-pandemic levels by 2023. They reflect housing-specific issues, not general inflation.
For the time being, growth looks secure. Risks grow for the longer-term.
Property management is a broken and antiquated industry. Prices aren’t informed by dynamic market data and are often set unrealistically high. Doorstead is a full-service property management platform that tackles these issues through technology and data science.
Covid-19 is testing us all. Millennials, Gen X’ers, and younger Boomers are surprised by what they are learning from being home for an extended period – much like retirement – many of life’s activities are more difficult or impossible. Here are seven of those retirement surprises.
Li Ka-shing’s flagship firms reported that their annual profits were dragged down last year due to the “unprecedented challenges” of the pandemic.
The end of the Covid-19 pandemic will help all cities, but greater competition among cities means that poor governance will have worse impacts.
Q believers are convinced the former president’s Pennsylvania Avenue hotel is sending a signal about the much-anticipated date—when he will be inaugurated again.