Real Estate

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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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Hacking personal finance is crucial if one is to survive whatever life throws at them at a time when the global economy appears to be in turmoil. Successful financial planning is all about figuring goals first and then determining the necessary steps needed to achieve them. Likewise, Money Hacks by Lisa Rowan and Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel
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The real estate industry has been a buzz of activities amid the economic uncertainty triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike in 2009, whereby real estate fuelled economic recession, the industry’s activities have continued to edge higher on Investors moving to buy highly discounted properties. Likewise, firms and funds are increasingly offering ways for investors to
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The real estate industry is heating up as developers and consumers continue to shrug off economic slowdown concerns, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. As some developers ramp up the development of new projects, others are eyeing partnerships in a bid to strengthen their long term prospects. Properly Real Estate Technology Just days after a launching
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The U.S real estate sector has stood tall amid the COVID-19 shocks, unlike in 2009, when it fuelled the financial crisis. However, cracks are starting to appear as businesses struggle to stay afloat as the economy experiences its biggest contraction in recent years. Brookfield Properties, one of the nation’s largest retail estate owners, has embarked
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The real estate industry seems to be doing well, given the amount of investments streaming into the sector. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, investors have flocked the industry in pursuit of highly undervalued properties and investments. Berkshire Hathaway, which has been on an investment spree, is the latest to bet big on U.S.
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Thursday markets were mixed and the Dow briefly turned positive for 2020, before slipping back down before the markets closed. The Dow ended up being up 0.6%, while the S&P 500 inched 0.2% higher, and the Nasdaq fell 0.3%. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index fell 0.6% to 370.72, this was the biggest fall in a
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced measures to control inflation at his annual speech on the U.S. central bank’s policy approach during the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium on Thursday, August 27, 2020. Full Video: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell Annual Speech At The Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium on Thursday, August 27, 2020 As
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