SFR Roundup #3 - Health of the Housing Market, Economy, and Demand for Affordable Housing
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Welcome back to the SFR Roundup with Noel Christopher. In today’s episode, Noel breaks down more recent housing news and the stability of the housing market.
Tune in for a breakdown and deep dive of:
- The housing starts, what that means for the single-family rental market
- What price fluctuation actually means for single-family investors
- Affordable housing and the demand
- Why investors are moving away from the “Fix and Flip” method and turning to the “Buy to Rent” strategy
He specifically breaks down a few articles we’ve seen in recent news discussing how investors are leveraging foreclosures into their buy-to-rent strategy. The median price of a new home is down, but a decline in home prices isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Noel says this is just builders supplying more affordable homes. He also talks about investors who are looking at markets where they see an opportunity for and a demand for housing. If there is a decline/recession, single-family rents don’t go down the same ratio as the values. Overall, Noel is pointing out that the housing market is healthy, regardless of affordability issues.
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