This Week’s Weekly Roundup News

This Week’s Weekly Roundup News

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Here is this week’s “Weekly Roundup” from Real Estate Investing Today, the news & views site from the National Real Estate Investors Association.
Squatting in Louisiana Will be Harder After New Law

Louisiana recently joined the ranks of several states attacking the growing problem of squatters. According to KALB-TV, the Louisiana Squatter Prevention Act could make the process for adverse possession more difficult. Click here to read more.

Inflation Up 3.3% Year-Over-Year

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is reporting that the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased 0.3% in May, 2024 (same as April). Click here to read more.

CoreLogic Says Single-Family Home Price Appreciation was 5.3% in April

According to the latest CoreLogic Home Price Insights (HPI) report, home prices nationwide, including distressed sales, increased year over year by 5.3% in April, 2024 – the same as March. Click here to read more.


ICE Mortgage Monitor – June 2024

According to the latest ICE Mortgage Monitor (formerly Black Knight), the national delinquency rate eased to 3.09% in April, a 22 basis point improvement over last year. Click here to read more.

WalletHub’s Best & Worst Places To Raise a Family – 2024

WalletHub says the average American can expect to move an estimated 12 times in a lifetime. They say moving can be a sign of opportunity, prompted by a new job or long-term wealth accumulation, but people may also move because of instability such as foreclosure or job loss. Click here to read more.


How Established Timelines Protect Your Investment

David Pickron says maybe nowhere does the saying “time is money” apply greater than it does in our industry. For each of us, we are well aware of the expense of having a property sit empty for a month or more, painfully knowing the impact it has on our bottom line. Click here to read more.

Fastest Growing Cities in America

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau show that large cities in the Northeast & Midwest grew in 2023, reversing earlier population declines. Click here to read more.

Job Openings Drop to Lowest Level Since February 2021

Infographic: Today’s graphic from Statista illustrates that the number of job openings in the United States dropped to their lowest level in more than three years in April, which they say further indicates that the U.S. labor market is cooling off. Click here to read more.

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