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  1. The Real Estate Investing Academy
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Better hurry up! It's already August

  2. Eli Ronkainen
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Disappointed that you use WILL in the title as clickbait and then COULD throughout the video.

    Pick one or the other.

  3. Keith morgan
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    No chance of homes going down anytime soon. That is everywhere that US $ is taken. The upward prices are not going to stop for a lot of years to come. They really have no choice now , except to go up. Spring 2022 will have a massive uptake of prices. I hear many say a correction is coming. Wrong idea, they're looking at housing rather then everything. This is a massive adjustment of our (America's ) entire pricing system for everything. . It's called at make up period. This is inflation . Really every time housing pushes upward in such a formation it's been from inflation.

    Crystal ball not needed to know what is coming. That's because Part A already took place. Part B that follows isn't hard to say it's going to happen. Granted something might derail it. Like a real pandemic the kills off half the people. So housing needs are less by half. Though It's not likely.

    Frist thing , calling housing market a bubble. A bubble is fueled by demand only. So people buy because it's going up and it's only going up because people are buying. That is not what this is. This time massive inflation is the cause. And it's still ongoing. We have a lot left to go.

    People keep talking about supply and demand. Many do say that. But what is supply and demand?? It's really 3 components . #1 Supply , #2 demand and #3 the movement up or down of the amount of money. Change any 1 of the 3 and the other 2 are changed as well. This time because of massive money supply that started going up in 2008 it changes all prices to up. So, #3 first as it is most times. Prices higher and demand soon followed. Next of course is supply that can't keep up. Last time market was high banking regulations were changed and added a lot of people in the market that could not afford to buy. # 2 was the cause of the last go round being so high. But before that happen, the money supply was increased to cause the first surge of up. It just had 2 pushes upward.

    We're really in inflation this time . In fact, we have been as of 2008. Inflation really is when government increases money supply. So, part A. The effect is prices move up to match , part B you're watching now. Our country took the whole time that we existed to get to 8 trillion $ money supply in 2008. Then to now between what is passed by congress to spend and what is spent. We're at 42 Trillion $. Only about 15% of that new money has worked its way through the economy so far. There's another 3.5 trillion in congress now going to come to a vote. More will follow , it's what democrat's do. Tax and spend.

    No chance building more homes can keep up with increasing money supply. Congress is spending like crazy and that produces inflation. People will build because they're worth more than cost. Clearly making more money is faster than making more homes.

    The housing market will not drop down for a lot of years to come. 15 years more of up at least. It's already been more than a decade so far with just a small % of what we're dealing with. The fed will slow down the inflation ( as they have to at some point). That's done by increasing interest rates and increasing amount banks have to hold in reserve. It forces people out of the market and that reduces demand. Meaning if you barely qualify now, you won't later. They're holding off on slowing it right now, as they said. Slower inflation yes but can't stop it. But that means longer. No chance prices will go down. In fact, a makeup period is coming of very fast increasing prices. Looking like spring of 2022 we'll see soaring prices, making the housing market so far look like a cake walk. Money supply and prices always meet. And fed hasn't done any slowing yet. And money supply is now higher than ever. 2008 our money supply was 8 trillion $. Now with just what is spent (we have not worked through all of just that amount yet either), It's going to jump up in prices, with fed not increasing interest rates.

    So, inflation that has been underway for a decade already will step it up massively very soon. 1st Many don't know we're in inflation . 2nd But they do see housing market going up, stock market reaching record highs and cost of all things moving up. Those 2 things,, are the same thing. They are directly because of congress spending a lot of money. Expect one hell of a lot higher of all things. If people can buy a home. Now is the time. I say it's going to jump up because prices and money supply always meet. The massive money supply is already here and more to spend by congress is also a done deal. That always has the effect of higher prices. And we're at unprecedented levels of high for the US. Everywhere and every time it happens throughout the world it happens the massive prices follow. And there are no exceptions , not anywhere . Not even one. America can not rewrite the laws of physics , so it will not be one now either. We have 450% increases to go. I say now's the time to buy a house if you can , because NOW is the time. Prices won't be back.

    Wages are always last to go up. It's where the real wealth is stolen from the working class. that lagging affect is longer with amounts higher. A hedge against inflation is owning a house for most people . So we have to compete with each other. Worse than that, when wages finally go up people will be put into higher tax brackets.

    I only say these things because they're true. I don't want people thinking they are better to wait to buy a home if they can do it now. I hate to see the hurt on people that's coming . It can be avoided by some. ((((IT'S VERY BAD ADVICE TO WAIT ))))) Waiting will see only that you should not have waited. Study up on how inflation works. Learning economics and how the money supply effects everyone on earth will show you the right path. It's very easy to look at the problem and say " just low supply of homes". That is just the wrong thing to look at .

  4. Time Traveler
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Average home price in the Stockton ghetto is now 600k.

  5. E
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    I went to North Carolina to scout for a purchase. The houses were listed way higher than what they should have been and the realtor said we better be willing to offer 13k over asking price and cover all closing to make a competitive offer. If the house doesn’t appraise at the value, the buyer has to pay the difference out of pocket. To sum it up, I’d have to pay about $35k out of pocket to own a home that has zero equity at the start with only room to go down in value. Would have to own the home for at least 15 years to sell and leave with any cash to show for it. Hard pass.

  6. A. S. VanHoose
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Greed and stupidity is rampant. This thing is going to pop like you wouldn’t believe.

  7. Nick Jackson
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Lost me at stock market reflects economy 😂 Not after QE it doesn’t

  8. America Blonde
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm


  9. John Wick
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    2021 crash? In my neighborhood in San Diego houses are selling over $100,000 over asking price and closing in less than 2 weeks paying cash. These buyers are not speculators or investors. Just regular families. How in the hell all these people have this amount of cash? Crazy.

  10. Gab Gab
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    We are leasing here in Tx and we’re thinking about moving but home prices are extremely high in value from what they’re actually worth! And very low inventory with bidding wars no thanks! Hopefully the values come down soon or “crashes”

  11. TheONE S
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    What goes up has to come down..

  12. Darlene Howard
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    they pushed way to far lol

  13. Darlene Howard
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    foreignors are buying propertys up

  14. Darlene Howard
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    yup no jobs no money lol

  15. A 1
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    American life is shit. If this is all there is, I'm ready to tap out.

  16. Álvaro Obregón
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    If you rent out homes to people you are technically a king and they are your servants there slaving themselves to give you money to pay your home to take care of your kids they are your slave.

    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Supply and demand, it's simple.

    1) in free USA, no one forces you to live in California or other expensive states, you can go for less expensive and way less expensive states. But most people are afraid to leave their comfort zone.

    2) you are not entitled to live in a city or in California or an expensive state you canno afford to live in.

    3) the taxpayers from all over the state (towns and villages) are not there to pay public homes in cities for those too lazy to leave the cities.

    4) if you are smart, if you can you leave the state and you now buy a house at the border in neighbouring states and with California becoming more and more expensive, the house price in neighbouring states is likely (probably not sure) to go up to because more and more people will leave California for those states.

    5) forget public housing, that's state owned homes paid by lifetime rents, like in Singapore only the State becomes wealthier with that public housing technique, people will remain on their poor savings and not like home owners profit from the increased yearly value of their homes. And Singapore proved that state owned public housing does not work, price are still climbing higher and higher and many cannot afford it anymore too, and Singapore went to abyssal national debts (over 100%) to pay for those state owned public homes.

    Leaving for other less expensive states is the solution especially for the future of your children unless you want to make them Californian public homes rent slaves or private housing rent slaves.

    The more housing prices will grow in California to more the state will slowly fail, to more people will leave that taxation greedy and overrated high price state if people come to their senses.

  18. Millennial Trading
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    26 year old here bought my first home in Jan of 2020 for 169,900. Sold feb this year for 212,900. 1776 sq feet middle of nowhere Indiana. Moved back in with my dad until this blows over. FHA so all I have to do is pay taxes on the gains this year. This will be worse than the coronavirus impact on the economy. Putting all my cash into gold and oil.

  19. Jack Meoff
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    The only thing that's going to crash is me listening to this while I'm driving.

  20. Kayla Cassell
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Billionaire Tim Draper – $250k a Bitcoin, 2022 year end
    Stock-to-flow model by Plan B – $288k Bitcoin, 2021 year end
    Citibank – $318k Bitcoin, 2021 year end
    Scott Minerd from Guggenheim – $400k Bitcoin
    JP Morgan – $600k Bitcoin.

  21. Jose Ceballos
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    This video is racist. Why is a mixed race couple shown as a poor loan?

  22. Helena Z
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    In cyprus they don't help you and now we are in the street because of the bank???

  23. scott russell
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    I hope it does.. here in western Kentucky a VERY nice house could be bought for about 70000… now the prices have doubled.. a run down fixer upper that could barely get 10 grand now they are listed for 50 grand +… its crazy… 1 year ago I could afford a nice house… No way now

  24. Ebony Jones
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    What is Danielle Radcliffe doing at 5:40?

  25. Tishalou78
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Nashville is nuts

  26. RangersVHS
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    When Covid began, everyone kept saying "At least young people will be able to afford to buy an apartment now!" but here in the outer boroughs of NYC, apartment prices have gone UP not down! How the fuck is that even possible when people are leaving the city in DROVES and so many people are out of work?!?! I don't know much about the housing market or how it works, can someone explain this to me???? I want to buy an apartment and expected prices to PLUMMET but everything is still half a million dollars on average even in QUEENS NY!!!!

  27. Will
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Click bait / these guys clearly wish it would crash probably because they don’t own property.

  28. Daz g
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    How they not crashing during covid ???? Foul play me thinks

  29. Ron Smith
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Way way way too many ads! Damn your frequency of ads even gets worse as this clip progresses. So ridiculous I stopped watching the rest of this clip? Thumbs down you greedy b-stards!

  30. Rui Carson
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Too many houses goverment gives $25,000 prices to high… this money is erased as agents rise prices $450k to $650k

  31. Mr. SpecOps
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Whats with all the fucking ads!?!

  32. omar ruiz
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Last housing crash was caused by bad ARM loans since rate increased and people couldn’t afford them, what will cause this housing market to crash this time? There’s more payment assistance now than what there was before.

  33. Quantum Thinker
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    The bubble is getting ugly. 🙂

  34. Moz garage
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Homes in Denver are so high!!! I can't find anything under 360k that's not 70 years old and ran down.

  35. Maricel DB
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Sometimes what you’ve asked for comes to reality……sometimes only.

  36. JD KIRK
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Unlike 08 house prices are rising fueled by an ocean of cash and low rates add shorted of inventory and rising cost of lumber and other building materials and stricter costly regulations for builders and you can see higher prices and a move away from ownership to renting for years.

  37. Paul Christopher Little
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm


  38. liangQ1
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Lol. It will crash. In your dream !There is house listed in Katy for 240k and the agent received over 90 offers in 2 days.

  39. Steve _
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    "might" "could" "possible"……. dude this is total shit!

  40. Kenneth Gourley
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    I’m no expert nor a homeowner. The housing market seems like it is it’s own worst enemy. The real problem is greed. Nowhere is there stability with moving targets. Lower the overall prices and extend the debt burden over longer periods of time and markets will stabilize. Bad for getting rich quick, but consumers would be able to service their loans keep them in the homes and solidify returns on investments for banks. That would make more sense to allow more people to be able to participate in home ownership resulting in a more resilient market when people default. Not like it’s a loss when a default happens they get the asset and sell it again. Cmon man.

  41. Ryan Williams
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    They expanded our M1 money supply by 40% in 1 year and the M2 money supply/velocity is cause for the real estate and asset class boom. As long as they print exponentially, this market won't stop! Don't listen to the doom porn. We're facing extreme inflation in the near future!

  42. live not on evil
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    I just bought a home. There were 100 showings in just a few days and 21 offers. I don't see anything changing this year … especially with no end in sight to the mortgage forebearances.

  43. Conor Totzke
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    there are 1200 sq ft houses selling for 700k right now in southern california right now. INSANE prices

  44. Mike
    July 31, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    I hope it does, but at the same time I hope it does not. We shall see what happens.