Commercial Real Estate Investors "Cautiously Optimistic" As the Future Unfolds, According to New Outlook Report
Commercial real estate investments are expected to produce generally solid returns in 2014, according to an annual forecast report released by Real Estate Research Corporation (RERC), Deloitte, and the National Association of Realtors®(NAR).
The lion’s share of metropolitan areas continued to experience strong year-over-year price growth in the fourth quarter.
Student loans are of increasing concern in light of qualified mortgage regulations that require a consumer to have a debt to income ratio of no more than 43 percent.
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The foreclosure crisis is fading away but still remains elevated in some parts of the country. Five states now account for nearly half ofßall the completed foreclosures in the nation.
Pending home sales fell in December to their lowest levels since October 2011, NAR reports.
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The number of homes sitting empty across the country remains high.
Following the double-digit growth in home prices last year, economists predict the gains will now fall into line with inflation and more historical rates of growth.
The condo market is on an upswing, but sales are still more than 30 percent short of their peak.