Between We Buy Houses and We Buy Wholesale
Harvey, Cori R.
The distressed residential real estate market has always depended upon the innovations of private, micro investors to reorganize the housing market and redistribute distressed properties for the benefit of homeowners, home buyers, and lenders alike. This Article asks whether recent trends in residential distressed real estate investing have created a new niche for operationally-sophisticated, yet small and nimble, private investors.
Cornell Real Estate Review
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Cornell University; real estate; distressed; residential; private; micro investors; housing market; redistribute; homeowners; buyers; lenders; foreclosure; auction; purchased; institutionalization; Fannie Mae; renting; hybrid; transactions; marries; scalability; sophistication; bulk; trapped equity paradox; sale; leaseback; buyback; Great Recession; market failure; equity; asset-rich; cash-poor; refinancing; regulations; borrowers; American Dream; repurchase; pre-foreclosure; foreclosure; pro-homeowner; jurisdiction; legal; legislation; wholesale; dominance; capitalization
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