U.S. home resales rose more than expected in April, and the supply of properties on the market hit its highest level in nearly two years: both hopeful signs for the housing market. Housing starts exceeded most analysts’ forecasts, and building permits climbed 8 percent to a 1.08 million annualized pace, a sign activity could accelerate in coming months.
That’s all good news for TAYO as the consulting company expands its business into the U.S. real estate market. To start, TAYO is concentrating its efforts on building a strong portfolio of assets in
The company is currently negotiating letters of intent to purchase several properties in the state and maximize their revenue potential.
“Housing is a strong economic driver in this region,” said TAYO CEO
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