The iBuyer announces plans to reach 50 markets by 2020 alongside massive funding round
by Emma Hinchliffe | Jun 13
Plaintiff alleges that Invitation Homes charges illegal late fees which can stack up if tenants aren't careful
by Patrick Kearns | May 31
Three activist groups say institutional investors have turned the American Dream into a 'nightmare' and are 'price-gouging' tenants with tactics reminiscent of payday lenders
by Teke Wiggin | Jan 17

After gorging on subprime mortgages 10 years ago, Wall Street is investing in the U.S. housing market again — this time by snatching up homes. Investment banks, private-equity firms and hedge funds are turning to a variety of financial vehicles and building the technology to become the largest buyers of most Americans’ biggest asset.

by Teke Wiggin | Jun 9
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by Caroline Feeney | May 26

Invitation Homes — a real estate investment firm that owns close to 50,000 single-family rental homes — has raised $1.54 billion in its initial public offering, with the company’s valuation rising to over $6 billion today, according to media reports.

by Teke Wiggin | Feb 1

The government has begun subsidizing the institutionalized single-family rental market, signaling an endorsement of Wall Street’s buy-to-rent housing bet as homeownership lags.

by Teke Wiggin | Jan 27

After purchasing tens of thousands of homes at post-recession prices, Blackstone Group LP — the biggest U.S. single-family home landlord — is taking Invitation Homes, its single-family rental unit, public.

by Amber Taufen | Dec 6