www.zerohedge.com/markets/americas-largest-landlord-just-got-bigger-blackstone-buys-17000-houses-6-billion Wall Street won’t rest until it become the biggest – and perhaps only – landlord in the US. At least that’s the impression one gets by observing the
A country built on buying and selling each other houses at increasingly higher prices… pic.twitter.com/j2PFb5Rzsh — Steve Saretsky (@SteveSaretsky) May 2, 2021
Houses, cars, bikes, electronics, and other goods are getting pricier due to a supply shortage. A fiscal stimulus and vaccine rollout has left Americans ready to spend, sending demand soaring.
via forbes: The Senate Banking Committee held two hearings on housing finance reform last week, proving once again the truth of that old adage: The more things change, the more they stay the same.
by Dragonfiremule I graduated college with a bachelors a year and a half ago. My first year out of college I did an internship which paid 30k/year. Once it ended,
This should be Nationwide! A Nebraska town is considering blocking undocumented immigrants from obtaining jobs or renting houses ahead of a new Costco plant opening in the area.