B2R Investor Intel for July July 27, 2015

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | News, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment

July began with a bang, as the big question was whether or not Greece would leave the Euro (it did not). Then there was China’s impending 1929 and Puerto Rico needing a bankruptcy lifeline, news which sent investors …

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Fannie Mae

By Robert Greenberg, VP Marketing, B2R Finance

The economy is on the upswing, but consumers remain cautious about buying homes and more said they’d rent instead, according to Fannie Mae’s most recent national housing survey.

This cautious sentiment about homebuying …

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By Kyle Major, Account Executive, B2R Finance

The buy-to-rent concept has been around many years with our brethren from across the pond, and now this investment mindset is gaining steam in the United States.

In Britain, what’s called “buy-to-let” is …

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MBA Forecasts a Rise in Lending for 2015 November 12, 2014

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate, Real Estate Investment

MBA Forecasts Rise in Lending

A new economic forecast from the Mortgage Bankers Association indicates a stronger economy will bolster mortgage lending next year.

Job growth coupled with low interest rates should continue to make investments in single-family rental properties attractive to investors in 2015.…

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Renting is the Answer for Consumers Wary of Buying Homes September 28, 2014

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate, Real Estate Investment, Renters


After some considerable sizzle last year, the U.S. housing market rebound has slowed as sales and price increases experience an end-of-the-summer lethargy.

Despite an improving national economy with some significant employment gains, consumers remain worried about job security, stagnant wages, …

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Young adults living with parents

An unprecedented number of young adults are living with their parents, and when they eventually move out, two-thirds of them will become renters, not homeowners, according to recent Fannie Mae research.

The percent of young adults age 18-34 living with …

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