FHFA Extends Foreclosure, REO Eviction Moratorium to Jan. 31, 2021

Originally published by REALTOR Magazine | December 4, 2020 This is the fourth time that the FHFA has extended protections to homeowners. The Federal Housing Finance Agency has extended its foreclosure and real estate owned eviction moratoriums for borrowers with Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac-backed mortgages until at least Jan. 31, 2021. The protections were …

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Real Estate and Note Investing: The Why, What, When and HOW of What to do Now

A BRAND-NEW, first-time offered, full-day event presented by Gordon Moss via Zoom. What if… You could look over the shoulder of a 35-year, highly successful veteran of the real estate and note investing wars—and understand exactly how you can capitalize on amazing opportunities being created today for the savvy investor? You were convinced real estate and note investing …

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Race for Space Pushing Up Suburban Rents

Published by Realtor.com | November 10, 2020 Big companies that own single-family homes are raising rents at the fastest rate since they emerged from last decade’s foreclosure crisis. Though millions of Americans are still struggling to pay rent and at risk of eviction, the bet on six-figure-earning suburbanites by companies such as Invitation Homes, Inc. and American Homes 4 Rent has …

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While Commercial Real Estate Falters, The Single-Family Market Is Booming Amid Pandemic

Originally published by Forbes | November 20, 2020 Brokers and agents all agree, they have not seen a better year. Urban Land Institute and PwC’s latest real estate trends forecast is here. ULI and PwC’s 2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate offers deep dives and insights into all sectors of the U.S. and Canadian real estate markets. It’s not …

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Home Prices Increase 12 Percent, Fastest Rate Since 2013

Originally published by Newsmax | November 12, 2020 Mortgage rates near record lows have fueled a surge in demand, pushing buyers to compete for a scarce supply of listings. Prices for single-family homes across the U.S. increased 12% in the third quarter, the biggest annual jump in seven years, according to the National Association of …

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