|By PR Newswire||
|March 13, 2014 08:00 PM EDT||
SAN DIEGO, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LoanLove.com is a borrower advice website that provides up to date and in depth information in a format that is valuable to the most experienced home owners while still being accessible to those who are just starting out with applying for their first home purchase loan. The website, which has quickly become a trusted destination for current news and expert loan advice, empowers homeowners with first class knowledge, valuable resources, and connections to top rated industry professionals. Readers can continue to avail of the many tips and tricks on the loan advice website with their new guide on the best real estate investments in 2014 . In their newest article, Loan Love offers some practical advice that can be essential to any real estate investor.
Since the aftermath of the economic crisis back in 2006, many investing opportunists will be relieved to know that the economy is in full swing for a full recovery which can provide many exciting new ventures for investors – if one knows where to look. Loan Love's article further describes the recovery of the nation's economy:
"Rather than economic recovery boasting 250,000 new jobs a month, the recovery has proceeded at a pace of about 100,000 jobs a month This slower pace often made it difficult to identify signs of improvement in the real estate market until they were in full swing.Some of the trends likely to occur in 2014 will be familiar to investors from prior years. However, because the market has progressed further in its economic recovery, the overall impact on today's real estate market will be much more evident than in months past."
Recent research studies from the PricewaterhouseCoopers and Urban Land Institute conducted on over 1,000 participants from many economic fields ranging from real estate industry consultants to property investors have concluded that there are strong investment prospects, particularly in the area of commercial properties. The article provides readers a list of key points to look out for when examining the real estate market in 2014 , such as:
- Improved opportunity for profitability
- Increasing interest rates
- Back to fundamentals of rising occupancies and rents driving profits
- Increased availability of equity capital
- Development beyond multifamily residential units
- Demographics that are more urban, less suburban driving property development
- Changing space needs for commercial and multifamily properties due to changing preferences for space
- Continued housing market recovery
With this in mind, the article also cites areas in the real estate market that will provide favorable circumstances for potential investors, such as industrial and distribution properties, with hotel development and investment showing promise as well. However, investors will be disappointed to know that apartment properties as an investment are not as profitable as they were in prior years. But in general, investors will find solace in real estate investment properties as it shows a lot of financial promise. The article describes the real estate's "sweet spot" with the following:
"While gross domestic product (GDP) growth has not been earth-shaking, it has been steady and moderate, leaving experts in the industry to predict opportunities in commercial real estate across all property types. There has been sufficient growth in GDP to spark demand for space and improvement in rent, leaving a sweet spot for real estate investors as there is almost no new supply to meet this demand."
To find out more on the best real estate investments and other investment opportunities in 2014, please visit LoanLove.com to read the full article.
Media Contact: Kevin Blue, LoanLove.com, 949-292-8401, [email protected]
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