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It has been long said that real estate is a good hedge against inflation, and that investing in it can help diversify a portfolio to better handle down markets. But the term “real estate” covers a lot of ground, and real estate stocks haven’t fared much differently than the broader stock market of late.

Still, many of those stocks have impressive track records of dividend payouts and long-term total returns that make them good choices to consider now, especially if you focus on strong companies in growing markets. Here are two of those trendy sectors investors might consider for plunking down $1,000 now.

Multifamily growth

Commercial real estate services giant CBRE forecasts that new household formation will continue driving demand for rentals, and it expects multifamily occupancy rates staying above 95% nationally for the foreseeable future. Rent growth is expected…

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The Big Spring School Board approved a final budget with a 2.5% real estate tax increase with a 6-2 vote Monday evening.

Board members John Wardle, Todd Deihl, William Swanson, Donna Webster, Frank Myers and William Piper voted in favor of the proposed budget. Sharpe Over and Kenneth Fisher were opposed and Richard Roush was absent.

Michael Statler, the district’s business manager, listed a general increase in costs as well as charter school tuition among other reasons for the tax increase while formally presenting the proposed budget to the board. 

The increase will raise the millage rate from 15.5002 to 15.8877, a difference of 0.3875 mills. Therefore, the owner of property valued at $100,000 would pay $1,588.77. This would be a $38.75 increase from last year.

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Manchester Capital Management, a money manager that caters to the needs of wealthy families, took a hit earlier this year when it stopped making loan payments on two iconic properties in Portland, the Loyalty Building and Hamilton Building, which stand side-by-side on Southwest 3rd Avenue.

Court documents show that Three Seventeen Southwest Alder LLC, an affiliate of Manchester Capital, failed to make loan payments on the two buildings, prompting the lender to request that they be put into receivership. A circuit court judge granted that request in April.

“Events of default have occurred under the loan documents, including failure to timely pay the full amount of required monthly payments of principal, interest, and reserves,” the judge wrote in an opinion.

Vacancies in downtown Portland are rising. Tenants shed 525,244 square feet of office space in the central business district in…

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NEW YORK, June 22, 2022JLL Capital Markets announced today that is has arranged the $44 million sale of a 134-unit multi-housing portfolio, comprising seven buildings located in key Manhattan neighborhoods.

JLL marketed the package on behalf of the seller, a long-term private owner. The buyer was Aya Acquisitions, the investment firm founded Amir Shriki. The purchaser assumed a $15 million CMBS loan and closed the acquisition with $29 million in equity.

The package includes 67 St. Marks Pl., 106 East 7th St., 217 East 22nd St., 638-640 East 14th St., 239 West 15th St. and 426 East 77th St., totaling approximately 77,000 square feet, 133 apartments and one retail space.

The majority of the properties are situated south of 23rd Street spanning popular residential neighborhoods, which include Chelsea, The East Village and Gramercy. All core Manhattan rental…

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Over the last couple of years, the Houston real estate market has largely experienced increases in residential home sales. But in recent months, the number of sales has begun to dip in local markets and the region as a whole.

However, people still need a roof over their heads. And as a result, according to Houston real estate professionals, the rental property market has begun to heat up amidst rising prices and interest rates.

A news release from the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) said single-family home rentals jumped 24.8 percent year-over-year in May. Local agents Elizabeth Villarreal with Coldwell Banker Realty and Sara Black with the Sara Black Team said that trend has not missed local neighborhoods such as the Heights, Garden Oaks and Oak…

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The following is a listing of all real estate transfers in Barnstable County reported from Jun 12 to Jun 18. There were 116 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 1,316 square foot home on Eben Smith Road in Centerville that sold for $578,500.


Andrew T Stewart and Carol A Stewart to Laura Williamson, 175 Cobblestone Road, Barnstable, $770,000, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms

George J Hill and Ann S Hill to R Higgins Paul, 2681 Main Street, Barnstable, $1,375,000, 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms


Sky Llc Eastern to Kelley A Collins Lt, 9 Wildwood Lane, Bourne, $585,402, 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms


Michael T Memmolo and Marnie S Memmolo to William Smith, 100 Fletcher Lane, Brewster, $255,000, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom

Jessica Chipman and Russell R Chipman to S J Wagner 2017 Ret, 81 Chilton Lane, Brewster, $375,000, 2 bedrooms…

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Steve Reich

Mortgage rates climbed above 6% last week, according to Bankrate data, with some pros saying they may go higher. (You can see the lowest mortgage rates you may qualify for here.) On top of that, home prices have risen more than 20% year-over-year, causing affordability challenges for many aspiring homebuyers. And it’s likely making them wonder: What should I know if I want to buy a house now? So — as part of our series where we ask prominent real estate…

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My daughter grows frustrated while apartment hunting.

No wonder, given the current market. Her operatic career has her traveling more, diminishing the value of typical apartment life. And prices have skyrocketed since COVID, caused by supply shortages and an overabundance of renters.

Many of these renters have been pushed from the buying market by rising interest rates, with successful buyers relying on “love letters” to sellers. Such letters explain why they deserve to own the house more than 18 other families bidding for the same property.

To secure a rare rental property, many would-be tenants have been up-bidding rental rates. It’s gotten out of hand.

Thinking a love letter to renting agents might help, I consulted Rancho Bernardo realtor Brian Habib. Known as “A Man Who Listens™” (which, sadly, is too often in short supply), Brian calls such efforts “a coin…

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Here are the top three stories in Lakewood today:

  1. The Lakewood Cultural Center has announced the 2022-23 season, which brings a mix of music and theater to Lakewood in September. This season, the Lakewood Cultural Center promises to offer a celebration of diverse cultures, up-and-coming vocalists, holiday favorites, and thrilling performance art. (City of Lakewood)
  2. Embrey, a diversified real estate investment company based out of San Antonio, recently purchased two…

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TORONTO, June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Slate Grocery REIT (TSX: SGR.U) (TSX: SGR.UN) (the “REIT”), an owner and operator of U.S. grocery-anchored real estate, announced today that it has agreed to acquire 14 properties comprising 2.5 million square feet (the “Portfolio”). The Portfolio is valued at US$425 million (the “Acquisition”), which represents a 6.9% capitalization rate or US$174 per square foot. The Portfolio is located across seven states with over two-thirds of the Portfolio value being allocated to the Southeastern United States.   

The REIT also announced that it has entered into agreements (the “Subscription Agreements”) with Slate North American Essential Real Estate Income Fund L.P. (the “NA Essential Fund”), a vehicle managed by Slate Asset Management (“Slate”), which will result in the formation of a strategic joint venture (the…

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