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Harold Willig Asks: Bubble or Not a Bubble?

Is the U.S. market as bad as it was nearly 10 years ago?

Bloomberg reports that the United States housing market is not bubbling over. See “It’s Not a Housing Bubble, It’s Just Expensive.”

“Residential real estate isn’t in a speculative bubble, industry observers contend,” said Bloomberg. “Instead, a low inventory of available homes is driving prices higher—prices, however, will eventually recede as buyers throw up their hands, or as more new homes come on line. The structural issues that led to the housing collapse last decade aren't present.”

These higher prices, in addition to the growing popularity of single-family home rentals, spell strong opportunity for investors in the single-family home market.

“The share of U.S. households that rent is near 50-year highs, helping to drive up rental prices and giving investors across the country incentive to snatch up for-sale homes.”

See the article here, and for more information on how to invest in a professionally managed portfolio of single-family home, please contact Harold Willig at 917-209-4452.​

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