2019 REAL ESTATE TRENDS The Best Cities and States For Real Estate in 2019

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The Booming US and World Economies, Jobs, Inflation, Unemployment, Consumer Confidence Can they support more growth? What to expect in 2019, and beyond. The Looming Impact of Rising Rates including how many interest rate hikes are likely in 2019 and when the shockwaves will hit real estate the hardest. This is an important consideration for making buy, hold, and sell decisions. The Story of Apartment Trends in 10 Dynamic Charts Why does workforce housing rent growth continue to be far above both the 10 year and the 30 year trend lines, this late in the cycle? Best Cities in the US for Real Estate in 2019 Single Family, Multifamily and New Development. Top picks from Forbes, Realtor.com and Yardi.
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Spotlight

A collaboration between TH Real Estate and MIPIM, with contribution from the ESSEC Business School’s students, this report shares what we believe are the biggest concerns of real estate investors today, and our top highlights from 2017’s MIPIM conference. With 24,200 visitors from 100 countries, including over 5,000 investors and more than 400 journalists, the conference’s main theme ‘A new deal for real estate’ focused on the increasing rate of change in digital and technology innovation, consumer habits, geopolitics, and their impact on real estate and the built environment. Over 100 sessions were held, with some of the most influential real estate doers and makers as speakers: investors, developers, entrepreneurs, consultants and representatives.

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Building Smart and Sustainable Homes

From the rise of electric vehicles to the proliferation of the "work from home" movement, homeowners today demand more from their living spaces than ever before. Homeowners, builders, and remodelers, increasingly are relying on smart and connected devices and novel automation systems to help manage and control energy consumption, energy sources, network connectivity, air quality monitoring, lighting, appliances, entertainment systems, and heating, cooling, and ventilation.
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Diamond in the Rough Transitioning Land for Development

REALTORS Land Institute

Do you know the largest transitional land project ever undertaken? Want to see some of the neatest transitional land properties RLI Members have conducted? Ready to be inspired and learn to think outside the box? Transitional land opportunities exist everywhere, from large metropolitan areas to small regional cities.
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Top Technology Trends in Real Estate

Onboard Informatics

Our panelists include the CEO and Founders of such innovative real estate technology companies as HomeSpotter, Relola, First.io, and Pathway Real Estate. See what trends might impact your business during this dynamic discussion.
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Affordable Housing Opportunity Zones.

Gain an understanding of Opportunity Zones and the current guidance and potential issues in structuring transactions. Opportunity Zones offer great promise for new investment in low-income areas and affordable rental housing in those areas. Regulations and guidance continue to evolve. This topic will take a deep dive into Opportunity Zones, explaining the current guidance and exploring potential issues in structuring transactions with a focus on affordable housing. Panelists will discuss potential benefits and the challenges to structuring transactions. This information is a great fit for anyone looking to get a better handle on Opportunity Zones and explore their benefits and limitations.
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Spotlight

A collaboration between TH Real Estate and MIPIM, with contribution from the ESSEC Business School’s students, this report shares what we believe are the biggest concerns of real estate investors today, and our top highlights from 2017’s MIPIM conference. With 24,200 visitors from 100 countries, including over 5,000 investors and more than 400 journalists, the conference’s main theme ‘A new deal for real estate’ focused on the increasing rate of change in digital and technology innovation, consumer habits, geopolitics, and their impact on real estate and the built environment. Over 100 sessions were held, with some of the most influential real estate doers and makers as speakers: investors, developers, entrepreneurs, consultants and representatives.

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