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Treasury Suspends Second Home, Investment Property Loan Caps

The Treasury Department and the Federal Housing Finance Agency have loosened loan restrictions, drafted in the final days of the Trump administration, for second homes and investment properties. So reports Millionacres. Read more...

Commercial Real Estate Largely Keeps Booming Despite Delta

Much of the commercial real estate market is continuing a surge that began last year, even in the face of the rising Delta variant of COVID-19. So reports the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch. Read more...

Evictions Likely to Go Forward After Supreme Court Order

With the Supreme Court’s recent ruling striking down the Biden administration’s federal eviction moratorium, evictions that have been postponed in many regions will probably move ahead. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Landlords, Realtors Appeal After Judge Upholds Eviction Ban

An effort by landlords and real estate groups to overturn the Biden administration’s new COVID-19 residential eviction ban is set to move quickly through the appeals courts. So reports Reuters. Read more...

Landlords Sue to Block New Biden Eviction Moratorium

A group of landlords and real estate businesses asked a federal judge to block enforcement of a new Biden administration moratorium on evictions, put in place after the previous moratorium expired. So reports CNN. Read more...

Commercial Mortgage Startup Lev Raises $30M in Funding

Lev, a commercial real estate financing transaction platform, has raised $30 million in a deal valuing the New York-based startup at $130 million. So reports TechCrunch. Read more...

KKR Bets $8B on 'Roaring' Commercial-Property Loan Market

KKR & Co., best known as a private equity investor, has pledged itself to $8 billion in commercial property lending so far in 2021. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Fix-and-Flip Market Is So Hot, a 'Slice of Hell' Gets Cash Offers

In a sign of the frenzied demand for dilapidated properties that investors can fix and flip, a $600,000 home described by its real estate agent as a “little slice of hell” has received multiple offers. So reports MarketWatch. Read more...

Surging Home Prices Drive Flippers Out of Market

Amid low supply and high prices in the housing market, home flippers have been sitting on their hands to the greatest extent in more than 20 years. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Commercial Mortgage Delinquencies Dip to Pandemic-Era Low

Delinquency rates for commercial and multifamily property mortgages kept declining in May 2021, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. So reports World Property Journal. Read more...

Reviving Crisis Move, Investors Eye Commercial Real Estate Bonds

Taking a page out of money managers’ playbook during the financial crisis, some investors are targeting commercial mortgage-backed securities, aiming to buy distressed properties, fix them up and flip them for substantial gains. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Regulators Eye Wholesale Flippers in Poor Neighborhoods

States and municipalities across America are tightening the reins on wholesale flippers, who advocates for the poor say are sometimes using aggressive tactics and misinformation to trick distressed homeowners in low-income neighborhoods. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

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