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Record Immigration Boosts US Labor and Housing Markets: An Investment Perspective

In 2023, the U.S. saw a record immigration-driven population growth of 3.8 million – the largest one-year increase in history. Goldman Sachs notes that most new immigrants are young or of prime working age, boosting both the labor and housing markets. (Sources: CBO, US Census, John Burns Consulting and Research, Goldman Sachs)

CCM’s JV Land Development Investment Strategy aligns well with these trends, targeting high-growth, migratory regions like the Southeast Atlantic US, where demand far exceeds housing supply due to current economic conditions. This approach leverages ongoing demographic shifts, aiming to satisfy the acute need for housing in these areas, delivering significant investor returns to our fund investors.

Source: CalculatedRisk by Bill McBride, “Immigration and Household Formation,” CalculatedRisk Newsletter (blog), April 5, 2024

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