Items Tagged with 'Single-family rental properties'

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  • Roofstock Series C funding boosted to $42 million by new investors

    Online marketplace for single-family rentals also passed $1 billion in transactions
    Back in October, Roofstock, an online marketplace for single-family rental home investing, announced that it raised $35 million from seven different investors in its Series C round of funding. But, more investors apparently wanted the chance to fund the platform.
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  • Altisource Residential boosts single-family rental portfolio with $305.1M deal with Amherst

    Acquisition of 1,957 homes pushes total portfolio to more than 12,000
    Earlier this year, Altisource Residential grew its portfolio of single-family rental homes to more than 10,000, thanks to the second part of a three-part deal with Amherst Holdings. Now, the two companies have completed the third part of that agreement, with a $305.1 million deal that pushes Altisource's portfolio to more than 12,000 properties.
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  • Amherst Holdings boosts single-family rental portfolio in $153.4 million deal

    Acquires 1,523 properties from Tricon American Homes
    Amherst Holdings, which has recently been selling single-family rental homes out of its portfolio to Altisource Residential, announced this week that its single-family residential platform completed an acquisition of rental properties that pushes its total portfolio to approximately 16,000 homes.
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  • Colony Starwood Homes buys $815 million portfolio of single-family rental homes

    Acquires 3,106 proprieties from GI Partners
    When Colony Starwood Homes got out of the non-performing loans business last year and sold off 1,675 NPLs for $265 million, the real estate investment trust said that it planned to use the funds from that sale to grow its portfolio of single-family rental homes. This week, Colony Starwood followed up on that promise and is growing its SFR business by agreeing to buy 3,106 single-family rental homes from GI Partners for $815 million.
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  • Altisource Residential growing single-family rental business again

    Signs agreement to acquire up to 3,500 rental properties
    Last year, Altisource Residential doubled its portfolio of single-family rental homes in one deal, buying a portfolio of 4,262 single-family rental properties for $652.3 million from “investment funds sponsored by Amherst Holdings.” And Friday, the company announced that it is growing its single-family rental portfolio again, in another deal with Amherst Holdings affiliates.
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  • Invitation Homes goes public, raises $1.54 billion

    Stock for single-family rental operator up in early trading
    After months of rumors, Invitation Homes, Blackstone Group’s single-family rental operator, finally went public on Tuesday, raising more than $1.5 billion in its initial public offering. And in early trading, the stock traded above the IPO price of $20, checking in at $20.26 as of 10:58 a.m. Eastern.
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  • Blackstone reportedly files to take Invitation Homes public

    WSJ reports IPO could raise $1.5 billion
    Blackstone Group is apparently moving forward in its plans to take its single-family rental unit, Invitation Homes, public in 2017. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Blackstone is taking the next step in the process, reportedly filing confidentially for an IPO that could come “as soon as January.”
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  • Altisource Residential struggles with shift to single-family rentals

    Doubles portfolio but posts net loss in 3rd quarter
    Just a few months ago, Altisource Residential celebrated the fact that it was about to double the size of its portfolio of single-family rental homes, a move that marked a significant step in the company’s transition from a buyer of non-performing loans to an operator of rental homes. But the company's move to single-family rentals isn’t without its stumbling blocks along the way, as the company announced Monday that it posted a net loss of $57.6 million, or $1.06 per diluted share, in the third quarter.
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