The residential real estate market is the cornerstone of the well-being of any economy. The shelter is considered a basic need of humans and is based on the famous hierarchy of the pyramids. Therefore, it is understood that how the residential real estate market operates has an impact on the health of people around the world. 

Leading industry thought leaders considered population growth, increased living standards, and limiting land/housing, and maintaining real estate prices a critical need. It is further stated that the absence of any of the above three trends can disrupt a housing market and the absence of two or more can raise property values.

Many such factors are located in the worldwide real estate market and are included in detail in a market research study on the residential real estate market in North America.

Major countries and cities within North America are included in the study based on population, country-level GDP, residential construction activity, demographics, and other such factors.

The residential real estate market in North America is separated into four subgroups, especially budget, price, premium, and luxury; The wealth distribution demographics and risk-return features desired by different classes of real estate investors play an important role in matching demand/supply by asset type.

Discovered some main topics are:

  • Economic activity in North America, at city/country level and sector/industry level, analysis of GDP and major industries affecting residential real estate, PESTLE analysis, and the presence of shadow economy.
  • Interest rates, mortgage rates, inflation, and North America employment statistics.
  • Consulting key opinion leaders and experts to gain insight on various important topics.
  • The trend of supply, vacancy, and absorption in various residential real estate assets.
  • Types of Buyers and Leases: Priorities and Their Experience.
  • Analysis of primary and secondary markets in North America.
  • Affordable housing supply analysis as an important evaluation factor.
  • For the residential real estate market in both leasing and sales sector.
  • Industry revenue from plotting and development activity, real estate rental and leasing activities, real estate brokerage services, property management services, and other services.
  • The major and upcoming players in the residential real estate market in North America.
  • Definitions and size of expected growth at the country and city level for various sectors of the residential real estate market in North America.
  • Capital/credit availability with major trends and analysis on competition among investors in the residential real estate industry. Coverage of direct and indirect investment methods with PARE’s key data, stock market listed ROOC companies, REITS and their performance, institutional allocation to commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), and real estate financing.
  • E-commerce trends, technological trends, and paradigms change the operational aspects of the residential real estate business, due to technological developments, the development of new solutions that can change the functioning of the industry in North America.
  • The continued presence of solutions and providers, such as data analytics providers, and software solutions companies, with the presence of home automation, AR & VR, smart manufacturing, and offsite manufacturing, being seen as beneficial rather than the other way around for brokers. everywhere.
  • Environmental Friendliness, Green Building Trends and EHS Trends in North America.
  • Tax and legal costs and procedures for the purchase of residential real estate – an important factor affecting the rate of return/yield.
  • Profiling and competitive analysis of key industry players, comparing them on various parameters, such as the location of their operations/assets, price trends, impact on valuation due to asset environment, operating style, presence in capital markets.
  • The presence of service companies in North America and their large role in taking the industry forward.

North America is the third largest continent. Therefore, it is called ‘the continent of the new world’. It is named after Amerigo Vespucci. The specification of the Americas is complicated, but “Anglo-America” ​​can represent Canada and the United States, while “Latin America” ​​includes the countries of Mexico and Middle America and the Caribbean, as well as the entire South America continent.

Important geographical facts about North America

  • It is surrounded by the Arctic Ocean in the north, the Atlantic Ocean in the east, and the Pacific Ocean in the west.
  • There are several groups of islands in the southern part of the continent, known as the ‘Western Islands’ or ‘West Indies’.
  • The Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River also act as boundaries between the United States and Canada.
  • This continent lies between five physical regions – Canadian Shield; Appalachian Mountains; Atlantic Coastal Plain; Inner valley; And the North American Cordillera.
  • Local name to pursue farming worldwide mountain.
  • Major rivers: River Fraser, River McKenzie, River Churchill, River St. Lawrence, River Mississippi, River Egyptian, River Red, River Rio Grande, River Colorado, River Colombia, River Yukon, River Ohio, and River Arkansas.
  • Major waterfalls: Yosemite Falls, Multnomah Falls, Havasu Falls, McVay Falls, Snochlemy Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Niagara Falls, Palas Falls, Bercy Falls, Catskill Falls, American Falls, Upper White-water Falls, Shossoin Falls, Bridalveil Falls. Crabtree Falls, Vernell Falls, Elsmere Falls, Yellowstone Falls, Cumberland Falls, Tequonon Falls, Nevada Falls, Ruby Falls, Latourell Falls, Union Falls, Turner Falls, Miners Falls, Triple Falls, Bash Bristle Falls, Ribbon Falls, Sliding Falls, and Takla Fall.
  • The Colorado Plateau is the largest in North America.
  • The Strait of Florida is famous in North America. It connects the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean.
  • List of major Straits of the world
  • Climate: It embraces every climate zone. The lowland regions of Central America are tropical rain forests and savannas, while areas in central Greenland have a permanent snowcap. In northern Canada, northern Alaska and the desert region experience subterranean and tundra climates. Supernatural conditions are found in the interior areas cut by high mountains due to strong rains.
  • Major food crops: wheat and maize
  • Major Cash Crops: Cotton
  • Temperate grasslands in North America are called ‘prairies’. Mecca is called maize here. It is also known as the ‘Corn Belt’.
  • World’s Biodiversity Hotspot
  • Cuba is a major producer of sugarcane and is therefore called the ‘sugar bowl of the world’.
  • Jamaica is famous for the production of bananas.
  • Ethnic group and language: Red Indians, Eskimo, and Inuit are native to this continent.
  • The largest industrial area in the United States is spread over an area from the Mississippi River to the Atlantic Ocean. It is considered to be the largest industrial area in the world.
  • Detroit is famous for making motor cars.
  • Akron is the world’s largest center for the manufacture of synthetic rubber and tires.
  • Famous Valley Silicon Valley ‘is in San Francisco which is famous for the software and computer industry.
  • The American Natural History Museum in New York is the largest in the world.
  • Wood Buffalo National Park is the largest national park in the world, located in the province of Alberta, Canada.