Blackstone bows out of single-family rental business

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Once known as a giant in the single-family rental space, Blackstone is getting out of that market. The investment firm has sold its last stake in Invitation Homes Inc., the company it created during the housing crisis to snatch up tens of thousands of foreclosed properties and turn them into rentals.

Blackstone has been decreasing its stake in the single-family rental business since March through a series of stock offerings. The company raked in about $7 billion, more than double what it originally invested, according to its securities filings. In the midst of the housing crisis, Blackstone went on a homebuying spree, purchasing 30,000 homes in about 18 months and spending about $2 billion fixing the properties.

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