Real Estate Pressures Rising

Early signs that the US Fed may be pushing the envelope of rising rates and creating pressure on banks and borrowers are starting to show up more prominently now. One component of our research at Technical Traders Ltd. is to find data that may be overlooked or ignored by some other researchers.  We believe that any pressures or hardships related to general …

March Real Estate Dividend Stocks To Look Out For

The real estate sector performs relatively in-line with the wider economy. Prosperous periods bring about high growth and inflation, leading to strong returns in real estate investments. These factors drive the profitability and cash flows of real estate companies, which in turn steer the dividend payout and yield for investors. During economic growth, these companies provide an opportune time to …

How Amazon Is Impacting Small Business Finance

We have come a long way from the doldrums of the credit crunch in 2010-11. During the second half of 2011, for example, loan approval rates never went past 10 percent. Thus, more than nine-of-ten small business funding requests were rejected by big banks. In fact, banks were denying the requests of long-time customers with whom they had deposit relationships. …

Spartanburg developer looking to capitalize on Charleston area industrial boom

An Upstate firm wants to build one of the Charleston region’s largest distribution centers to capitalize on the industrial growth spreading along the Interstate 26 corridor in Berkeley County. Johnson Development Associates would build the 829,000-square-foot building on a nearly 91-acre site along Old Dairy Road in Jedburg, on the eastbound side of I-26 near the Charleston Trade Center and …

Buy Bitcoin, Not Real Estate

read more at bitcoin.com Real estate is how ordinary people have stored value and ultimately accumulated wealth. Indeed, post World War II societies all but demanded access to credit through politics, and governments responded with in-kind favors to keep power. Compounding of easy, loose money spurred decades of growth in housing construction, materials, land, and requisite financial products. This, in …