Archive for the 'wall street' Category

The leverage based economy: $1,000,000 home for $2,000 a month even with higher rates. The addition of Goldman Sachs and Visa to the DOW reflect our leverage based economy.


The majority of home purchases are now being done by cash buyers: Destroying the myth that cash buyers are a small portion of the market. 60 percent of homes sold in 2013 came from the all cash crowd.


Private equity and Wall Street planning their exit from the rental business? Lower yields, IPOs, and packaging current deals to sell into a hot stock market.


The Wall Street fascination with rentals: Is the big rush with investor buying locking up the supply of real estate? How retail buyers are priced out of the equation.


Wall Street Landlords – REO-to-rental program designed to reduce shadow inventory by selling to big money investors. Yet the market is hungry for real estate inventory so why is the government helping banks again?


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