“Sales of securities backed by bundles of risky corporate loans are hitting records, lifted by a recovering economy and demand from yield-starved investors. Issuance of new collateralized loan obligations… totaled over $59 billion as of May [this year], according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence’s’ LCD. That is the highest ever figure for that period in data going back to 2005.” – Sebastian Pellejero, Wall Street JournalContinue reading “Sales of Collateralized Loan Obligations Surge as Rebound from Pandemic Continues to Look Optimistic for Commercial Real Estate”
Continuing low interest rates, combined with an increasingly optimistic outlook regarding the pandemic, have fueled a rapid recovery in commercial real estate; in some sectors, sales are already outstripping pre-pandemic levels.Continue reading “Commercial Real Estate Rebounds to Pre-Pandemic Levels and Higher – in Some Sectors”
While best known as a vacation destination nestled by the ocean among palm trees, Boca Raton is not solely for tourists. Boca Raton is a city of about 100,000, consisting of a blend of young professionals, seniors, and families who enjoy the temperate climate and plethora of outdoor activities and restaurants, shopping, and museums. The Boca Raton real estate market is highly competitive and features median prices about $100,000 higher than the national average. So if you’re looking for a home in Boca Raton, here are some tips to give you the edge.Continue reading “5 Tips for House Hunting in Boca Raton, FL”
If you watch any home improvement networks, you already know that house flipping is all the rage. Despite these shows being billed as reality TV, they don’t show all that goes into flipping a house. They can make it look a lot easier than it is. If this is an investment pursuit that interests you, make sure to do your due diligence and learn all you can before jumping in with both feet. You want to avoid costly, time-consuming rookie mistakes. Here’s some of what you can expect to encounter flipping a house for the first time.
If you’re like most people, you might have a preconceived idea that you must be a billionaire to own property or that the only types of property that are available for investing are abandoned buildings. You would be wrong on both accounts. Getting your start in real estate investing doesn’t have to cost millions of dollars, and there are plenty of pieces of property available that are in decent if not excellent condition. Knowing how to start and where to look are just two of the steps you should take, and using this guide can help you with the rest.
Buying a home can feel overwhelming. Not only is it one of the most expensive purchases you’re likely to make, but the process can often be full of terms you don’t understand. One of these terms is “first lien.” What is a first lien, and how do you know if you need one? This article demystifies the home buying process by explaining what a first lien is, why you’d want one, and how to get one.