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5 out of 5: Your daily summary of real estate investments, 01/27/21

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Interest in buying homes continues, with leading malls declining in value, six CRE assets to buy this year, executive orders from Biden and high-rise business on the rise.

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COVID-19 continues to impact home buying plans

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more Americans are interested in buying a home, according to the National Association of Home Buyers (NAHB).

Why it’s important: The NAHB report released today shows that 15% of American adults plan to buy a home within 12 months. That’s a lot of potential buyers who can keep a market kitchen hot.

The values ​​of the best shopping centers have fallen 45% since 2016

Real estate analysis firm Green Street estimates that the values ​​of so-called A malls have fallen by about 45% from 2016 levels.

Why it matters: CNBC notes in this report that A-rated malls are an important metric to watch in the retail real estate industry, as they account for the majority of the value of malls in the United States, even if they only represent about a quarter of the value of the country’s shopping centers. around 1,000 shopping centers.

Six CRE assets to buy this year

From acquiring distress loans to bringing in capital as a shadow lender, here are seven types of CRE assets that will pay off this year.

Why it’s important: this A CRE advisor’s list presents specific strategies and approaches to take advantage of what could be extraordinary investment opportunities right now.

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How Biden’s Affordable Housing and Private Prison Orders Could Impact Investors

Two of the new president’s first executive orders end new federal contracts for private prisons and direct HUD to see what needs to be done to reverse the Trump administration’s policies that may have undermined fair policies and laws on prison. housing.

Why it matters: Millionacres’s Maurie Backman gives an overview of what these two orders could mean and notes that this may just be the beginning.

Moving forward: 2021 looks like a good year for skyscrapers

After a relative lull in 2020, global tall tower deliveries are expected to resume this year. Eighteen of the 30 buildings over 200 meters (656 feet) to be completed this year are in China.

Why it matters: The two highest completed in 2020 were in New York City and the sixth in Chicago. Office, residential and hotel spaces are all included in these projects, and investor confidence in them could be rewarded with a pandemic recovery.


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