NEWTON, Mass. (AP) — A tiny home in a wealthy Boston suburb has sold after about a month on the market, albeit for far less than the original asking price of almost $450,000. The roughly 250-square-foot (23-square-meter) home in Newton sold on Monday for $315,000, according to Coldwell Banker...
A one-way, one-block alley in San Francisco has neighbors living in constant fear and afraid for their safety. Willow Street between Van Ness and Polk currently has the highest concentration of tents in San Francisco, according to the latest city data.
To estimate the number of investors, Redfin looked for buyers whose name in purchasing documents included one of a handful of keywords, such as “LLC,” “Corp,” “joint venture” and “corporate trust.”
That's kind of an incomplete way to frame it.
Every upwardly mobile person who owns more than one house is an "investor" whether they're buying for a firm or not.
Shitty couples buying houses they can't really afford to run as STRs are 'investors'...
I still haven't really seen a comprehensive inventory of just "house sales without the owner residing there"
I'd love to see a more rigorous version of this, nationwide:
A broader look finds a far higher share. CoreLogic counts any person or corporation who owned three or more properties at the same time in the last decade as an investor. By that measure, 13% of single-family home sales in the Seattle area last year went to investors. In September: nearly 29%.