Making Money in the Red-Hot Housing Market

Making Money in the Red-Hot Housing Market

Investing In Housing Market

Show notes

David Auerbach is an investor in the red-hot housing market. Only active pure-play residential ETF. There are many residential ETFs, but David’s takes a unique approach, that eliminates the “noise” contained by ETFs that track companies like self-storage units or big-box home improvement stores.

In this episode, Kate and David discuss:

-What growth thesis is David’s ETF based on? -What real estate sub-sectors does he see potential in? -How are apartment developers responding to the Covid-era trends when it comes to relocations? -Why is the single-family rental market exploding? And how can investors benefit? -Is the housing market getting a boost from people returning to the coasts, after leaving during Covid? -Is increased interest rates bad for the housing markets, and investors in housing? -How has the REIT sector performed in the face of rising rates? -How one apartment developer got a lot of good press during Covid for assisting tenants who owed back rent during Covid. -How are retirees giving a boost to the manufactured home market -How various demographics are all contributing to the housing boom -How does David envision the future of nursing homes evolving? -Why David considers it important to educate investors about REITs, as REIT-owned properties are literally everywhere, but most don’t realize this. -Why the structure of REITs is attractive to investors

Stocks mentioned in this episode

Mid America Apartment Communities (MAA) Camden Property Trust (CPT) UDR (UDR) Invitation Homes (INVH) American Homes for Rent (AMH) Tricon Residential (TCN) American Campus Communities (ACC) Equity Lifestyle Properties (ELS) Sun Communities (SUI) Ventas (VTR) Welltower (WELL)

The Home Appreciation U.S. REIT ETF (HAUS) Armada: To learn more about REITs in general:

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