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Another Asset Price Bubble? Kroll Says ‘Yes’

Housing Recovery

Did you get many warning signs? Not really. So if the data coming in today doesn’t fit within the pessimistic paradigm created by some of the world’s leading economists, just call it a case of déjà vu, analysts with Kroll Bond Rating Agency said Wednesday.

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Mortgage REITs Have Experienced Strongest Growth Since Recession

Residential mREITs have been forced to find alternatives in order to maintain target dividends, due to the current environment of margin compression with high-yielding bonds replaced with lower-yielding securities while the cost of funding has stayed the same, according to KBRA. The Agency believes that mREITs have two choices in the situation—increasing leverage or diversification.

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Lack of Credit Availability, Low Inventory Challenging Housing Market

Two challenges facing the U.S. housing market is currently facing are a dearth of credit creation and a lack of available inventory, according to a report released Wednesday by the Kroll Bond Ratings Agency (KBRA) that is scheduled to be presented Thursday by KBRA Senior Managing Director and Head of Research Christopher Whalen at the 2nd Annual Real Estate Symposium in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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