Real Estate Investing In 2014 – LoanLove.com Features A New Guide

A new article from Loan Love talks about why 2014 may be a great year to invest in real estate.

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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2014

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. A recent article from the loan advice website takes a look at the potential for real estate investing in 2014.

The new guide says, “With the real estate market meltdown still far too fresh in many’ memories, there is understandably a measure of caution as investors consider the best real estate investments in 2014. But flashbacks of 2006 are not likely to overshadow the excitement over the heightened pace of the market’s recovery in the coming year. Research conducted jointly by PricewaterhouseCoopers and Urban Land Institute bears this out. It showed clear winners among results of interviews and survey responses from over 1,000 participants regarding the best opportunities for real estate investments in the coming year.”

Loan Love explains that this research was based on the interviews of more than 377 respondents and results compiled from over 694 survey participates from among a broad range of industry experts. The research results showed strong investment prospects, particularly in commercial properties. The article explains that activity in the real estate sector will continue to increase in 2014, with the pace surpassing that of the previous few years. Loan Love says,

“Overall, recovery has been slower than during times following other, less-impactful, recessions. 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.”

Loan Love states that there are a number of conditions and circumstances that are serving as key drivers for the 2014 real estate market. These key drivers include:

  •     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

The new Loan Love guide then looks at industrial and commercial growth, and also discusses the real estate “sweet spot” and the best prospects for residential properties. The article ends by saying,

“To some, the real estate investment outlook for 2014 may appear to be more of the same. But in reality, the growth in the market will noticeably outpace that seen in other years since the peak of the housing market meltdown. As the housing sector continues to enjoy recovery, sage advice for investors considering any type of real estate investment might be to find the right market and the right partner. Then, execute without delay and don’t let an opportunity pass you by, but focus your attention on one investment prospect at a time.”

For more information on real estate investment in 2014, please click here to read the full article on LoanLove.com.


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