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Remodeling Market Expected to Hit $4.9 Trillion by 2027

Appraisal Buzz

Trillion by 2027 appeared first on theMReport.com. Trillion by 2027 appeared first on Appraisal Buzz. A report by Global Market Insights, a Delaware-based market research and consulting firm, found that the current worldwide remodeling market is worth about $3.8 The post Remodeling Market Expected to Hit $4.9

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TD Bank launches three-year plan to invest $10B in affordable homeownership

Housing Wire

New Jersey-based TD Bank has decided to invest $10 billion in affordable homeownership initiatives by 2027, including providing loans and liquidity to the residential lending market.

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Not-yet-developed Dubai penthouse sells for $136M

Inman

The penthouse is expected to be complete in late 2027. The sale of the Como Residences penthouse, located on the exclusive Palm Jumeirah archipelago, is the priciest ever to close in Dubai.

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First Financial Bank to invest $700M by 2028 in affordable mortgages

Housing Wire

24, New Jersey-based TD Bank announced $10 billion in affordable homeownership initiatives by 2027, including the provision of loans and liquidity to the residential lending market.

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Record number of 65-year-olds will reshape the age milestone: WSJ

Housing Wire

million Americans will turn 65 this year, a surge that is expected to continue through at least 2027. “They were winding down,” Dychtwald said of the parents and grandparents of today’s baby boomers. According to Bipartisan Policy Center chief economist Jason Fichtner, 4.1

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After a pandemic pause, the built-for-rent revolution is underway

Inman

The number of new homes earmarked for the rental market is expected to double by 2027 as built-for-rent housing rebounds with a record Q1 and developers clamor to partner with investors.

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Fortune: Gen X is worried health issues will bankrupt them

Housing Wire

While certain proprietary products are available to some borrowers as young as 55 in certain states, the oldest members of Generation X – those born around 1965 – won’t reach HECM qualifying age until 2027 at the earliest.

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