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The Pulse on Housing
According to Freddie Mac, the number of single-family starter homes built in 2020 was just 20% of the number of those constructed annually throughout the 1970s and 1980s. As a result, the current nationwide housing deficit is estimated to be between 3.8 and 6.0 million units.
An analysis by Metlife investment management indicates that institutional investors may control 40% of U.S. single-family rental homes by 2030. This creates a backdrop for continued home price appreciation.
Despite a recent uptick in interest rate expectations, mortgage rates have seen little change. This reflects the fact that inflation is cooling and consumers have healthy balance sheets to finance home purchases.
Top News in Housing
Real estate isn’t an alternative — it’s a core investment - In 2020, the global real estate market had a value of more than $326 trillion, which is more than the value of all the stocks and bonds in the world.
Pending home sales surge 8.1%, most since June 2020 - Healthy demand has returned to the housing market despite higher interest rates.
There's no easy way out of the structural housing shortage - Chronic underbuilding and land use restrictions have created a housing supply crisis in the US.
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