The Buyers in 2017
If you make a big decision about staying this year, you should keep these points in mind.
If you’re an employer, you already know this (and your bank account): In the last ten years, rents have risen. And up. Rents are rising sharply in many parts of the world.
Although rents could be lower at any time shortly, their slope is similar to a moderate mound of sea ice – a choice can be made in hot markets. (West Coast, keep your equipment close by.)
Here are the top five 2017 budget forecasts for this year.
Here are the top five budget forecasts for this year.
The price is lower
Rental prices were stable in 2017, with U.S. apartment rental confirmation confirmed at 1.5 percent.
Hot markets, such as Seattle, Portland, the Bay Area, San Diego, and Denver, continue to see prices of more than 5 percent (and rise in some areas), so employers in those areas may take several years to leave.
A large part of the decline in the value of appreciation is due to the increase in the formation of many families. Increased supply to meet demand will help keep the market afloat, which is good news for employers.
Earnings also increase globally, so income spent on wages should be reasonable.
They have been buying houses for tens of thousands of years
The share of landlords has decreased every year since 2006 and remains the lowest in history.
When new families continue to be born – children are left alone, couples are divorced, roommates get home – most of these families are rented out.
These trends can take a long time or slowly change with the onset of thousands of years of marriage and childbirth-important events often associated with buying a home.
While not in a hurry to buy it, they intend: The Zillow Housing Confidence Index has found that more than any other generation considers millions part of the American Dream of marriage and sees it as a path to greater personal freedom.
Generations are changing
The weight of the city is growing, but the shift of the city continues.
As millennials are likely to think of an increase, former General’s Hers and boomers will slow down finding funded areas, creating housing competition in cities.
In many cities, rents are higher near the city center, where construction is incomplete.
Lower prices and higher taxes continue to force out-of-town employers to seek cheaper housing, resulting in more people driving to work – a change in trend at this time. He is 10 years old – when they travel by public transport.
Strong incentives for small homes close to urban traffic are likely to increase in 2017 to address the problem (and price).
However, urban flow is not just a price response. For families who want better schools, more equality, and a sense of security, cities have a lot to offer. The Zillow Group report on property users found that after prices, environmental protection is a priority for both employers and consumers.
New apartments are more expensive
Traveling to Earth doesn’t have to form a single family, and that could change soon. Construction workers are declining, while construction costs are rising.
Work may be slower as immigration plans become more complex. Approximately 10-20% of single-family workers are unemployed, so these losses can increase wages.
The combination of rising taxes and high prices has led many developers to look for higher markets – but these homes are not available to most first-time buyers. If there are not enough points of purchase, customers can still rent.
The interest rate is rising
Economists continue to expect interest rates to rise, and the central bank has met expectations with a small increase this month. As the unemployment rate falls and wages rise, likely, other levels will also rise.
The White House has a new system that supports lower fees, but money can face high pressure to keep prices low.