Real Estate Roundup 10/20/18

City OKs $64M plan for housing: Three scheduled projects plan to add 151 residential units.
Ehryn Wender, Grbj,com

The city commission recently supported a brownfield plan amendment for the proposed Garfield Park Lofts project to be developed by LINC Up Nonprofit Housing Corporation.

 

Looking to buy a home? These are the top 10 hottest housing markets in the U.S.
Janna Herron, usatoday.com

 

1. 49508: Kentwood, Michigan 

This is 49508’s debut on the annual list, but it neighbors a ZIP code that ranked No. 3 last year. The neighborhood offers strong schools, tree-lined streets and a short commute to Grand Rapids. Another plus: Housing prices are 33 percent lower than the surrounding county. 

 

The Future Of Real Estate Investing: A New Global Asset Class Emerges
Garrat Hasentab, forbes.com

 

When it comes to global finance, undoubtedly one of the largest global investment markets is that of real estate.