Critics worry about rising prices as investors scoop up single-family homes

11/20/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A range of investors, from high-net-worth individuals to institutional private equity funds, continue to target distressed single-family homes with an eye to harnessing the steady flow of rental income they can generate. In some submarkets, such as New York City, they are raising concerns that they are crowding out first-time homebuyers and raising prices.

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