Economist Predicts the U.S. Real Estate Market Will Stay the Course in the Coming Year.
With interest rates poised to rise, Richard Barkham, Ph.D., global chief economist at commercial real estate services firm CBRE discusses what lies ahead for the U.S. commercial real estate market in 2016.
Nine Futuristic Apartment Buildings
These 9 apartment building concepts showcase the future of multifamily residences.
Economists skeptical of a millennial home buying boom… Predicting whether millennials are finally going to start buying homes in large numbers has become a seasonal sporting event for real estate experts (also something resembling a periodic parental nag).
Value… It’s Back.
On the surface home building’s key 2015 themes were labor and millennials. Underneath, however, it’s a more meaningful tipping point year for neighborhood builders.
4 reasons 2016 is the year to buy a home…
The window of record low interest rates is closing and the rise in home prices is expected to moderate, which means next year is the ideal time to become a homeowner.
House Pricing is Still about Supply and Demand…
Knowing how much inventory is for sale is crucial to determining where homevalues are headed. Pricing of any item is determined by supply and demand: how many items are available in relationship to how many want to buy that item.
Housing Starts in U.S. Rise on Multifamily Properties
Rental apartment amenities go ultraluxury
Dog care and pantry service lure high-end renters to buildings
It isn’t new for apartment buildings to be customized with features such as pools and gyms. But some high-end buildings are outdoing each other with services and features that rival the most upscale hotels. And residents are willing to pay big bucks each month to live there.
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