Q1 of 2022 Showed a Remarkable Increase in Single-Family Investor Activity


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A very healthy surge.

The real estate market is showing signs of improvement. In the last quarter of 2021, the market was disappointing. But things are looking up in certain aspects this year. This is fantastic news for those who are looking for real estate opportunities. The idea is to make the right investments at the right time. It looks like more real estate investors believe that now is the right time.

Single-family purchases made up a substantial portion of the purchases earlier this year. This is unusual considering trends in the past years.

Let us look at why some real estate investors may see tremendous opportunities within the real estate sector right now.

The Real Estate Trend Should Continue

It is predicted that this will only continue to be the way that things progress in the real estate market. To see returns, investors must invest in worthwhile things. The trends are showing that real estate and specifically single-family homes might be the focus from here on out.


This atypical behavior is going to increase in the summer months as these are the times that individuals move. Investing in single-family houses will make it so that the investors are in a good place financially because there is increased demand and not enough supply.

It is potentially possible that the increase in purchases is due to relatively low-interest rates. The stock market was in decline in the first quarter of this year, so investors were probably looking for other avenues to invest in. Real estate tends to be a relatively safe investment. The move to real estate is being made by both investors and non-investors.

Real Estate Opportunities Offer More Safety

Investors will remain in real estate for the foreseeable future. Seeing how these purchases pan out will also draw other investors.

The goal of buying these homes is to rent them out as opposed to fixing them up and reselling them. The trend will be for investors to purchase as many houses as possible so that they have stock available for the warm months. Ensuring to buy these houses in states that have warm weather will also ensure profits. States such as California, Georgia, Arizona, and Texas are seeing a lot of activity from investors. Investors with cash on hand will be able to navigate the market after the effects of increased interest rates.    

The Current Period Offers More Opportunities

If you are interested in getting involved in the real estate market, this would be the time. As a result of circumstances created by the pandemic, demand for houses will stay strong while supply will remain low.

Purchasing a house even if you plan to fix it up over a longer timeframe would still prove to be a worthwhile investment. This is especially true if you live in a state with warmer weather. More individuals will flock to these states mainly if these states have lower costs of living as more individuals are looking for ways to stretch their dollars.


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