Americans’ declining economic mobility is reflected yet again in fewer moves into new houses and apartments

Despite a long recovery and record streak of job growth, the share of Americans moving to a new location continued a steady decline in 2017, reaching a new post-World War II low, an indicator of a less mobile workforce that reflects both an aging society and economic problems facing younger workers. The decline marked the fifth… Please follow and like us:

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It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over: 4 Trends Driving REIT Valuations

It has been an eight-year run for equity real estate investment trusts, returning almost 450% to investors, or roughly 20% per year. The broader equity market has also been on a tear, returning roughly 350% during the same period. Relatively easy monetary policy persists, credit spreads remain tight and the U.S. economic expansion is almost 100… Please follow and like us:

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