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Vacancies drop again in Invitation Homes rental securitizations

Continues downward trend
Ben Lane
In Invitation Homes’ $1 billion single-family rental securitization, which launched earlier this year, the cash flow vacancy rate of the underlying properties fell to 5.4% as of July 31, down from June’s revised figure of 6.2%.
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Vacancies drop in Invitation Homes rental securitization

Reverses previous month’s surge
Ben Lane
"With initial lease expirations peaking in May and June 2014 (23.3% of all properties in the pool had leases expiring through May 2014 and 34.3% through June 2014), Morningstar expects the month-end vacancy rate to stabilize and to potentially decline," Morningstar said in its update.
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Three banks set to market Blackstone home-rental bond

HousingWire Staff
Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan Chase launched a marketing campaign for the first-ever bond backed by U.S. home-rental cash flows. Reuters called the transaction a $500 million trade for private-equity giant Blackstone.
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