The real estate market in the U.S. is about to heat up again
A record number of investors are buying up U.N.-listed real estate in the wake of the financial crisis, pushing the stock market and other indexes higher.
The U.K. is also seeing an uptick in new investors.
A slew of new deals have come to light in recent weeks as the financial turmoil ebbed.
And the market is once again making headlines for the first time in months.
Read MoreRead MoreIn its latest quarter, the U-M Real Estate Institute (UMRI), which tracks the U’s share price, reported that the US. market grew 7.9% from a year ago to $5.1 trillion.
The median price for an apartment in the country rose 1.9%.
In a separate report, BMO Capital Markets also saw a record number the U.-M market.
Its median price increased 2.9%, to $4.3 billion.
That’s the largest gain since the year before.
The index has been up about 5% this year, and is up 10% over last year.
The average price of an apartment is also up 2.4%.
The median market price for new construction rose 4.3%, to just under $2.8 billion.
The U-RISI report also showed that the median home price in the United States was $3.7 million, up from $2 million in the previous quarter.
The housing market is also showing some signs of recovery, with prices on average increasing 7.4% in January to $8,726.
That was up nearly 5% from last year, the report said.
The new homes are mostly being bought by investors looking for a safe haven.
That means buyers are now going to the same places they were before the financial meltdown, which created the bubble.
In some places, the new homes were built before the collapse.
And there are a number of places where people are now renting to make ends meet, according to the report.
The report noted that some buyers are also moving into the housing market to save for retirement.
But it also found that the market remains “substantially” below pre-recession levels.