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U.S real estate has been a mix of fortune in recent months. While some markets have experienced a spike in home prices amid a spike in demand, some have seen a significant decline in deal activities. The outlook of the overall the market is dependent on how the U.S economy bounces off the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S real estate is poised for drastic changes as more people get the Coronavirus vaccine. Commercial real estate firm NAI Alliance is already predicting a surge in demand for retail, office space, and multi-family homes going forward. Real Estate Changes While the retail sector has felt the biggest brunt of the pandemic, most retail businesses
The U.S real estate sector has shrugged off the shocks triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic to cap one of the finest runs amid a challenging macro environment. Contrary to expectations, the pandemic has fueled activities in the sector as health concernstriggered the digitization of the home buying process. Pandemic Triggered Home Buying As remote-working took
U.S real estate has started feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Soaring home prices is the latest tailwind to hit the sector, which has so far remained resilient amid the challenging macro environment. Likewise, home sales contracted for the first time in more than six months as dwindling supply triggered a surge in prices.
The U.S economy is facing its biggest contraction in more than a decade owing to COVID-19 disruptions. Amid widespread contraction in some sectors, real estate has remained resilient, unlike a decade ago when it was the catalysts behind the financial crisis. Commercial real estate has been a bright spot in the sector as companies move
Financing and investing billionaire Warren Buffet had an interview on Tuesday that used his stature and the reach of his interview to argue that the stalemate by United States Lawmakers in Washington D.C. that has dragged on for seven months now is letting small businesses fail unnecessarily just so they can get what they want
The tradition of working outside the home may be coming to an end as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic is starting to affect company’s long term plans. A study by professors at Harvard Business School, the University of California, San Diego, and University of Virginia stated that “The COVID-19 pandemic shifted the focus of
Airbnb seems to be doing pretty good when it comes to their IPO launch. In fact, they’ve managed to top out well about expectations, for just about everyone. After all, who would have guessed that a home-based vacation service would be able to make it in the middle of a pandemic? But it seems this
First time applications for unemployment benefits jumped in the last week to the highest level in about three months months as coronavirus cases spiked in multiple parts of the country and delays from Thanksgiving finally caught up with the systems. Initial claims jumped to 853,000 from last weeks 736,000 in the seven days ending on
Its business as usual in the real estate sector even as the broader U.S economy experiences its biggest contraction in more than a decade. Investors and companies are increasingly using the opportunity to buy highly discounted properties and projects. Likewise, firms are also using the opportunity to strengthen and expand their footprint with strategic investments.
The U.S Exchange Traded Funds market has been a buzz of activities as investors eye broader market exposure to counter the exacerbated volatility levels. The uncertainty triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic has seen most investors turn to ETFs to diversify investment portfolios. ETFs For IPOs Likewise, the Initial Public market has also been heating up
Usually the New Year is a time for many to start long term financial goal planning. But right now many Americans are living day-to-day. With over third of America saying they’re going to be in “survival mode” in 2021 per Fidelity Investments New Year Financial Resolutions Study. What does “survival mode” mean? Well ,per the
Warner Bros. is set to expand it’s options on HBO Max, but movie theaters are definitely not excited about the transition. That’s because the plan is for Warner Bros. to release several movies over the course of the coming year direct to HBO Max, bypassing the movie theaters entirely. According to Citi Research analyst Michael
The United States job figures for November were released and there was a gain of 245,000 jobs for the month. This did lead to a lower unemployment rate but hiring itself fell to a seven month low, a near prophetic sign that the increase in coronavirus cases throughout the country is causing damage to the
Record low housing inventories at the back of rising demand and higher house prices should strengthen the argument of renting come 2021. While the U.S real estate sector has remained resilient for the better part of the year, record low inventory levels continue to arouse concerns amid the pandemic. Subdued Home Inventories Housing data indicate
Closing out the week the stock market saw a second straight day of falling prices. The Dow Jones fell 0.75% to close at 29,263.48. The NASDAQ fell 0.42% to close at 11,854.97 and the S&P 500 fell 0.68% to close at 3,557.54. On the other hand, STOXX Europe saw an increase today of 0.45% to
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused too much pain and suffering in addition to disrupting various sectors. While the commercial real estate sector has remained resilient throughout the year, a ferocious second wave threatens to change everything, a change in the way people work, shop, and spend leisure time, owing to the pandemic, is the biggest
Even with low interest rates and massive quantitative easing happening at the same time to try and boost bottom lines of major corporations it likely isn’t enough to see massive growth in the stock market. Something else has to be there to make that happen. The advisory group at JPMorgan Chase’s global quantitative easing group,
The stock market seems to have peaked and started coming back down again, though not quite as badly as it did last month. In fact, the Dow Jones reported a drop of 0.53% to close at 29,790.25. The NASDAQ reported a drop of 0.18% to close at 11,903.24 and the S&P 500 reported a drop
The U.S real estate sector has remained resilient amid the pandemic ravaged economy. For how long the sector will continue to shrug off the shocks triggered by the epidemic is still an open discussion. Reports that the commercial real estate sector is in trouble in the $15 trillion markets is already arousing concerns. Commercial Real
A booming U.S real estate industry, amid a havoc-causing pandemic, has been one of the biggest surprises of 2020. House prices have continued to edge higher amid a surge in demand as people move to get hold of discounted properties. With the COVID-19 shocks pandemic showing no signs of fading away, a slowdown is starting
A resilient U.S real estate sector has caught many people by surprise, considering it was the catalyst behind the 2009 financial crisis. Amid the pandemic, millions of people have lost their jobs, with the U.S economy experiencing its biggest contraction in more than a decade. Resilient Real estate Sector In contrast, the U.S real estate
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on the retail real estate industry. Traffic to shopping malls has shrunk significantly as people resort to doing shopping online. Likewise, mall owners CBL & Associates and Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust are the latest culprits to feel the full effects of the pandemic. Mall Bankruptcies The
Activities in the U.S real estate industry are heating up even as the country battles its biggest economic contraction in recent years owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. As investors use the opportunity to buy highly discounted properties, some companies have resorted to constructing new ones as others relocate to new office spaces. Likewise, some companies
The bond market has taken a significant beating in the wake of the Federal Reserve cutting interest rates to record lows. With the central bank unlikely to raise interest rates anytime soon, things do not look good for the once-booming sector. Proposed regulatory changes now threaten to compound woes in the ailing housing-bond market. Housing
The U.S real estate industry has been a buzz of activities even on the pandemic taking a toll on various sectors. Investors have used the opportunity to purchase highly discounted properties. Likewise, some companies have been on an investment spree in coming up with new projects. Bandwidth New Headquarters Capital Broadcasting Company, in partnership with
Results and analysis are in for the first month of consumer spending after the $600 unemployment boost was out, and what happened shouldn’t be a surprise to many. Spending levels in households that were employed remained relatively flat but those who received the unemployment are burning through the savings they grabbed at an alarming rate.
Real estate has been one of the bright spots even as the pandemic continues to take a toll on investment sentiments in the capital markets. Investors and firms are increasingly flocking to the real estate sector in pursuit of highly discounted properties. Real Estate Acquisitions Alexandria Real Estate has been on an acquisition spree, having
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