SFR investments grow, but securitization still lagging

Wall Street is accelerating its expansion into the US rental housing market, taking advantage of the continuing trend away from homeownership, though securitization has yet to reap the full benefit.

  • By Alexander Saeedy
  • 09 Jul 2018
According to Amherst Capital Management, institutional investors including Invitation Homes, a subsidiary of Blackstone, and CoreVest have invested $33bn in single-family rental properties (SFR) since 2010. Their focus has generally been regions of the US with higher-than-average job and population growth — such as the south, where housing ...

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