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Arbor’s Single-Family Rental Investment Trends Report

June 15th, 2021

Arbor’s Single-Family Rental Investment Trends Report According to Arbor’s Q1 2021 Single-Family Rental Investment Trends Report, if there were three real estate headlines to come out of the pandemic, they would focus on work-from-home trends, online retailing and single-family rentals (SFRs). Adding to that, they say that by the end of the year SFRs may […]

Twenty-Two States’ Attorneys General Urge U.S. Supreme Court to Maintain Eviction Ban

June 15th, 2021

Twenty-Two States’ Attorneys General Urge U.S. Supreme Court to Maintain Eviction Ban Reuters is reporting that the attorneys general of 22 states recently urged the U.S. Supreme Court not to end the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s residential eviction moratorium that has been challenged by landlord groups who (rightly) say the CDC far exceeded […]

RPOA of Michigan Successfully Stops Reregistration and Reinspection for Change of Ownership Type

June 8th, 2021

RPOA of Michigan Successfully Stops Reregistration and Reinspection for Change of Ownership Type The RPOA of Michigan worked diligently over the past two years with Senator Dale Zorn to add language to the Housing Law of Michigan to prevent municipalities from requiring expensive reregistration and reinspection where a simple change of ownership type has occurred, […]

Big Cities Seek Ban on Natural Gas Going to Homes

June 8th, 2021

Big Cities Seek Ban on Natural Gas Going to Homes The Wall Street Journal (reposted on Realtor.com) says several big cities are pursuing legislation to phase out natural gas for home cooking & heating, citing concerns over global-warming and climate change. According to the report, some states are pushing back against these bans by outlawing […]

New Home Sales Take Hit From Higher Building Costs

June 1st, 2021

New Home Sales Take Hit From Higher Building Costs The NAHB’s Eye on Housing says higher building costs, longer delivery times, and general unpredictability in the residential construction supply-chain are now having measurable impacts on prices. In fact, the NAHB has estimated that higher lumber costs alone have been increasing the price of new homes […]