Delinquency rates remained low in July across single-family rental (SFR) securitizations, and for a majority of the deals, the delinquency rates improved, according to data reported by Morningstar Credit Ratings in its August 2015 Single-Family Research: Performance Summary Covering All Morningstar Rated Securitizations released Monday.
Currently, one-in-10 households live in single-family rental housing – that’s 12.7 million of the total 120 million households now living in the U.S., according to Burns. To serve these renters, leading master-planned community builders are likely to develop new, detached homes for rent, Burns forecasts.
The latest research, conducted in June, shows fifty-five percent of renters, both of single-family and multifamily properties, plan to continue to rent in the next three years. Single-family renters are significantly more likely to say they expect to buy than multifamily renters (53 percent vs 36 percent) when asked about their plans in the next … Continued
The company joins a number of other big players in the Atlanta single-family rental home business. These include American Homes 4 Rent (NYSE: AMH), which owned 2,500 homes in metro Atlanta as of June 30. American Homes 4 Rent owns a total of more than 37,000 properties in cities including Dallas, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, … Continued
I think there are a number of things at play here. One is a lot of people were burned in the housing market over the last few years. People now realize that housing prices can go down as well as up, and that’s made some of them uneasy about buying. Some of the newly-formed households … Continued
The compromise between renting an apartment and buying a home is renting a single-family home. That’s traditionally a choice made by only a small number of Americans, but one of the trends-within-a-trend in the housing market is a tremendous surge in families doing just that.
Despite these numbers, the portion of Americans who own their homes has been declining since the housing crisis with less than two-thirds of households now owning their homes. Thanks to an influx of investors, there’s now significant rental stock in the form of single family homes, so families in the suburbs now have an option … Continued
Single-family home rentals since the housing bubble burst nearly a decade ago have seen massive growth, according to a new look from Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics’ chief economist.
ProTeck points out the flood of institutional investors who bought large quantities of single-family REO homes at a discount in the aftermath of the housing crash and subsequently made health profits by renting these properties. The single-family REO-to-rental market is being consolidated seven years after the crash as some investors are still looking to profit, … Continued