SOTM 63: Experts Bullish on Real Estate, iBuyers to Expand in 2021

December 10, 2020

Surprisingly, 2020 turned out to be a great year for real estate. Home values hit record highs despite the ongoing pandemic, and experts are bullish on what 2021 holds for housing markets. On today’s podcast, Aaron Amuchastegui analyzes breaking industry news, including several stories that point to positive things for real estate next year. Aaron also covers iBuyer Offerpad’s plans to expand, Biden’s pick for HUD secretary, and more.

Listen to today’s show and learn:

  • Biden selects Marcia Fudge to lead HUD [1:34]
  • Promising signs for NYC’s real estate market [2:56]
  • Knock launches new sale/lease-back solution [6:16]
  • Offerpad expands services to Denver and Nashville [8:06]
  • Fannie Mae reports drop in consumer confidence [11:06]
  • Ivanka and Jared Kushner buy lot on “Billionaire Bunker” [12:46]
  • Bloomberg bullish on real estate [14:21]
  • AppFolio to pay $4.25 million in FTC settlement [15:16]
  • California mansion set to break records as most expensive auction sale [16:30]
  • Forbearance rate holds, but exits are slowing [17:36]
  • Mr. Cooper settles for $90 million over illegal foreclosures [19:52]
  • Plus, so much more.

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