Tag Archives: COVID-19

The Challenges Millennials Face to Attaining Homeownership

Millennials, or people spanning the ages of 24 to 39, are officially the nation’s largest generation, according to Pew Research Center. The young, but mature, age group is targeted to be in their prime home-buying years, but research shows they continue to lag behind previous generations in fulfilling the goal of homeownership.

How Quickly Will Apartment Rents Start Growing Again?

At the end of 2020, annual effective asking rents for the nation overall were cut by 1.1%. Moving forward, however, pricing is expected to reach the breakeven point in the last half of 2021, and then growth could return, getting higher than 3% by the end of calendar 2022

Certain Net Lease Sectors Remain Strong Despite COVID-19 Uncertainty

Despite market volatility and uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic, investor activity within the net lease space for specific uses and credits continues to remain relatively strong, albeit at levels lower than pre-COVID.

Investors Reexamine ‘Opportunity Zones’ in Light of Pandemic and Protests

Opportunity zones provide tax breaks to investors who transfer recently realized capital gains into qualified funds that sink money into real estate projects and businesses located in specially designated economically distressed areas, with a goal of boosting jobs and housing.