Real estate investors are still at the table — but fewer are bringing cash
Smaller real estate investors are stepping into the home market even as the big guns scale back. The result? Fewer all-cash investor offers, according to a analysis of deed records
by Daniel Houston May 22
The markets real estate investors are fleeing amid the housing slump
Despite economic turmoil, investors large and small are still a force to be reckoned with in the housing market. Intel broke down the cities they've soured on — and the ones they just can't quit
by Daniel Houston May 10
Stewart targets institutional investors with BCHH acquisition
Coraopolis, Pennsylvania-based BCHH provides national title and settlement services to mortgage servicers, real estate investors, asset management companies and government entities
by Matt Carter Dec 20
JPMorgan is set to become America's next big landlord
Weeks after the banking giant unveiled a new property management system for rentals, JPMorgan announced it's investing in a $1B single-family built-for-rent venture
by Taylor Anderson Nov 17
WATCH: Why institutional money is saving grace for the rental market
Even though investors have slowed spending, single-family rentals are in a stable position and they're likely to help keep it that way, Doug Brien of rental platform Mynd said at Inman Connect
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 16
Congress targets investors and asks: ‘Where have all the houses gone?’
Committee takes up the growing reach of institutional investors at a hearing this week. The biggest companies now own more than 280,000 single-family homes to rent
by Taylor Anderson Jun 28
From NFTs to IPOs: The top real estate investment stories of 2021
Proptech's banner year, a couple long-awaited IPOs, surging rent growth and more — here's all the hot Property Portfolio news that hit the presses in 2021
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 14
Zillow close to unloading more than half of its iBuyer homes
Real estate giant also announces $750M stock buyback following the company's stock price tumble after Zillow Offers shutdown
Real estate investors bought record-breaking number of homes in Q3
Investors purchased a record 18.2% of US homes, amounting to a new high of $63.6B in homes during the third quarter of 2021, according to a new Redfin analysis released Monday
by Lillian Dickerson Nov 16
Level up your business by selling to real estate's biggest investors
By leveraging your holdings, you’ll be able to break into a larger pool of investor resources and make a killing off of your existing investments — here's how
by Victoria Kennedy Nov 10
No, BlackRock isn't buying up all of Zillow's homes
Zillow's ill-fated iBuying venture drew detractors online before the program collapsed. But as the company races to unload 18,000 homes, were they right about where it's headed?
by Daniel Houston Nov 5
Investors will lead home sales for foreseeable future: Study
John Burns Real Estate Consulting's new Resale Housing Market Index report reveals how buyers are struggling to beat investors in a frenzied market
by Marian McPherson Aug 25
Institutional investors are coming for the short-term rental market
Experts say the transition for institutions is 'inevitable' and that it may ultimately bring a few perks, like lower pricing and more inventory, to short-term rental guests
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 24
The eviction ban returned, but many renters are still at risk
Renters continue to be impacted in very unequal ways by the economic fallout of the pandemic, and one big reason for that is where they live and how their local municipalities are handling the crisis
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 16
3 strategies for beating institutional investors in a bidding war
Beating out institutional investors in a bidding war is a lot like beating out other buyers, but with a bit of a twist. Agents should aim to become fluent in all the relevant tools available