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HomeUnion Launches “Power Rankings” For 31 Investment Housing Markets
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HomeUnion Launches “Power Rankings” For 31 Investment Housing Markets

Tampa’s top ranking spot owed to high employment and strong cap rates. More

Single-Family Rental Investments Strong Despite Rising Prices
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Single-Family Rental Investments Strong Despite Rising Prices

Low cap rates aren’t deterring institutional investors. More

Six Myths about Freddie Mac's 3%-Down Mortgage
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Six Myths about Freddie Mac's 3%-Down Mortgage

A Freddie VP tries to clear up misperceptions of the new loan program. More

Own a Tear-Down? Here's How to Sell It to a Builder.
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Own a Tear-Down? Here's How to Sell It to a Builder.

First, however, get three reputable real estate agents to tell you what it's worth. More

Off-Campus Housing Becomes More Luxurious
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Off-Campus Housing Becomes More Luxurious

Investors are taking off-campus college dorms to another level. More

America's 10 Best, and Worst, Single-Family Rental Investment Markets
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America's 10 Best, and Worst, Single-Family Rental Investment Markets

Thinking about investing in single-family rentals? Perhaps, avoid the West Coast.... More

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Simple Does It

A special supplement of Big Builder focuses on market demand of discretionary buyers' "wants" versus a wider population of would-be home buyers' "needs." More

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With Dominion Purchase, Pulte Buys Share, Pace, and Geography

By purchasing Dominion Homes, PulteGroup puts itself in position to become the No. 2 builder in the country. More

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The Big Builder Back-to-School Learning Curve The Big Builder Back-to-School Learning Curve

Our analysis this week dives into a fascinating report from Raymond James & Associates on the tie between 17 public builders' respective land positions filtered through GreatSchools.org's rankings of school districts in 39 metro areas, and the first-to-second quarter 2025 change in sales volumes captured by Metrostudy for those 17 builders across those 39 markets. More

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Housing Has to Hurt Before It Can Heal

Housing's healing—slowly—and it's painful to continue to have to work through its challenges, but delaying the pain only makes it worse. More

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