California Eliminating Single Family Homes, Enriching Multi-Unit Developers

Published by Breitbart | October 13, 2021 A pillar of the American Dream is under assault across the country, but nowhere is it more pronounced than in California. Social justice activists and Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom are invading single-family home neighborhoods with plans to replace them with multi-unit properties. A brochure for a San Diego …

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Investors Bet Flexible Leases Are a Lasting Trend

Published by REALTOR Magazine | October 6, 2021 Remote work sparked a demand for short-term housing with flexible terms. Investors believe one pandemic-related trend will offer up long-term results: short-term apartment leases. They’re rushing to invest in such buildings that can offer flexible short-term apartment rentals, even as more workers return to the office. Over …

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FORBES: As Opportunity Zone Window Closes, The Case For Investment Is Stronger Than Ever

Published by Forbes.com | October 5, 2021 No one can predict the future, but there are clear trajectories for certain asset classes that are undeniable. The opportunity clock is ticking. As a critical deadline in the qualified opportunity zone program approaches on December 31, 2021, investors are finding the potential tax benefits of the program …

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What the New December Debt Ceiling Deadline Means for Mortgage Rates

Published by FOX Business | October 8, 2021 The new debt ceiling extension will fund the government through Dec. 3 The Senate passed a temporary extension of the debt ceiling Thursday night in a 50 to 48 vote, giving the government enough funds to make it through December. The House of Representatives is expected to pass the …

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Supports Taxing Unrealized Capital Gains

Published by Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute | September 29, 2021 Capital gains tax is a tax on the profit that investors realize on the sale of their assets. On September 28, 2021, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen testified on the coronavirus and CARES Act before the U.S. Senate Banking, …

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Meet Rohit Chopra, The New CFPB Director

Published by Housing Wire | September 30, 2021 Former FTC commissioner and CFPB student loan ombudsman expected to expand enforcement The mortgage industry collectively shuddered today as the Senate approved Rohit Chopra as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for a five-year term. Consumer finance experts and attorneys specializing in mortgage regulation compliance expect Chopra, an acolyte of Massachusetts …

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Biden Admin Extends Additional Mortgage Relief Options for FHA Loans

Published by FOX Business | September 30, 2021 The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has announced new forbearance options for homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced Monday the extension and addition of new COVID-19 mortgage relief options for homeowners with …

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Home Sales Slip as Buyers Reevaluate Their Home Search

Published by REALTOR Magazine | September 22, 2021 All four major regions of the U.S. posted declines in existing-home sales in August. Some home buyers have decided to put their search on hold as asking prices continue to increase. Existing-home sales—which reflects completed transactions for single-family homes, townhomes, condos, and co-ops—dropped 2% on a seasonally …

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INVESTMENT WATCH: China’s Black Swan Has Arrived

Published by Investment Watch | September 20, 2021 How serious is this? Serious. The issue at hand is China’s massive Evergrande property developer. The company is effectively insolvent, with over $300 billion in bad loans. Many are calling this “China’s Lehman Moment.” The company’s stock is down 80% Year to Date. Real estate comprises nearly …

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