EXIT Y.I. BROKER REALTY
Commercial, Business and Residential Real Estate Brokerage
For Our Buyers:
For Our Sellers:
Locate businesses/properties. Arrange viewings and business meetings. Prepare offers and purchase contracts. Negotiate on your behalf. Assist with franchise, loan, or licensing approvals as needed. Complete sale to closing
Advertise the business/property on multiple platforms, as well as our own network. Find qualified buyers. Appraise business value. Provide consultation concerning business deal. Negotiate on your behalf. Complete sale to closing
Loan coordinating assistance. Legal assistance with distinguished legal professionals. Assistance in forms for required franchise, loan, or licensing approvals
Young International Broker offers brokerage and advisory services related to real estate, mortgage, and investments. Reputed for successful ongoing outcomes, we deploy our unique methodology and distinguished customer service with our clients, forging beneficial partnerships to deliver satisfaction in all our transactions through our esteemed expertise, insight, network and community connections.
Buying or selling a business may be complicated but we are committed to walking our clients through the entire process. We look forward to hearing from you to see how we can reach your business goals.
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Why is the Biden administration increasing the cost of building houses?
The average American home is now more expensive than it's ever been. For homeowners, that's probably great news. For renters and would-be homebuyers, it's a calamity. A big part of the reason for surging prices is a lack of new housing supply. And to build new houses, you need lumber.
With surging demand and lackluster supply, lumber has gotten absurdly expensive during the coronavirus pandemic. At its height, in May, the price of lumber futures hit more than $1,600 per thousand board feet, more than four times what it averaged in the five years before 2020. In April, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) estimated that increased lumber prices added almost $36,000 to the average price of a single-family home.
The price of lumber dipped this summer as production picked back up from its early-pandemic slump and cash-conscious DIYers and other woodworkers decided to delay their projects. But lumber prices have remained abnormally high, and they're now surging again. It's a big headache for homebuilders and a roadblock to making housing more affordable.