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Boston Omaha Corporation (BOMN) Announces $10M Investment in Dream Finders Holdings

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Boston Omaha Corporation (NASDAQ: BOMN ) announces its recent $10 million equity investment in Dream Finders Holdings LLC (“DF Holdings”), the parent company of Dream Finders Homes LLC, a national homebuilder with operations in Florida, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, South Carolina, Texas and northern Virginia. In addition to its homebuilding operations, DF Holdings’ subsidiaries provide mortgage loan origination and title insurance services to homebuyers.

“We are excited to invest in Patrick Zalupski and the team at Dream Finders Homes after watching them grow over the last several years while earning attractive returns on incremental capital and maintaining a disciplined land option model approach to their business. We look forward to what they can accomplish over the coming decade in what we believe could be a more conducive environment for single family construction,” said Boston Omaha’s Co-Chief Executive Officer Adam Peterson.

London was the worst area of the UK property market for the first time since 2004 last year

But while the geography of price growth has shifted dramatically over the last year, London remains the least affordable region in the UK for first time buyers. The average price in the capital stands at £470,922, compared to just £182,861 in the fast-growing West Midlands. Scotland and Wales are the most affordable.

A more granular analysis of house price growth published by Halifax earlier this week also found that Cheltenham in the South West of the UK was the best performing town for house price growth in 2017. Halifax said average prices grew by 13% there.

Growth of just 1% in 2018

Nationally, house price growth slowed dramatically. Annual price growth in 2017 was 2.6%, compared to 4.5% in 2016. The average house price in the UK now stands at £211,156.

Gardener said: "Low mortgage rates and healthy employment growth continued to support demand in 2017, while supply constraints provided support for house prices.

"However, this was offset by mounting pressure on household incomes, which exerted an increasing drag on consumer confidence as the year progressed."

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