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Blackstone shows REO-to-rental can be billion-dollar business (nearly)

Invitation Homes assets for 2013 worth $912 million
January 30, 2014
Much of the profit is due to its investments in hotel IPOs, but its activity in REO-to-rental is also particularly notable.
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Second REO-to-rental deal to raise millions, and questions

Lots and lots of questions
January 29, 2014
Journalists count by saying one, two, trend, but there really is a trend happening in REO-to-rental as an asset class.
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The secret to making REO-to-rental viable

As an investment class it needs work but analysts say go for it
January 27, 2014
There are a large number of abandoned homes and a large class of renters, but even when the housing market settles out and people’s credit is repaired over time, REO to rental is a growth area and potentially a permanent asset class, investors think.
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ABS Vegas: What analysts say you must know about REO-to-Rental

It's a new asset class and you don't want to get burned
January 24, 2014
Ratings analysts say they are treading cautiously with REO-to-Rental, and they are adopting specific criteria for making them more comfortable.
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ABS Vegas: Love or hate REO-to-Rental in 2014

It's driving home prices but can it continue?
January 23, 2014
Investors, analysts, and now academics and fair housing advocates are getting behind REO-to-Rental, a primary driver in inflating home prices. What does it mean?
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Large institutional investors bank on emerging asset classes

REO-to-rental securitization offers profitability
September 12, 2013
Historically, smaller institutional investors have funded the single-family rental market, but that's about to change. Large investors are increasingly eying the nation's foreclosure inventory, coupled with a secular shift toward renting, which has created the possibility of larger-scale investments in the market, analysts with Keefe, Bruyette & Woods said in a new report.
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