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2021 Housing Crash WARNING

Housing Crash WARNING! Zillow is in FIRESALE mode, cutting prices left and right.

Two weeks ago Zillow announced that they were no longer buying homes in the US Housing Market for the rest of 2021. Now we find out that Zillow is cutting the prices of all the homes they already own and attempting to get out of the market.

According to analysis from Business Insider (links below), 64% of Zillow’s current listings are at price LOWER than what Zillow paid for them. And in some markets – such as Phoenix – the figure is as high as 93%. Other Housing Markets where Zillow is struggling including Dallas, where they have earned a loss on over 80% of the homes they currently have listed. As well as Houston and Atlanta, where the figure is closer to 60-65%.

Could Zillow be cutting the prices of these homes so feverishly because they know that the 2021 US Housing Market is in a bubble that will turn into the 2021 Housing Crash very soon?

Move HERE in 2021 (Top 7 Cities)

Moving to a new city? Or looking to buy a House in 2022? Then get to these 7 CITIES right now!

Potential home buyers and digital nomads are looking for new cities that are 1) Affordable, 2) Growing, and 3) Safe. Unfortunately, due to a big Housing Bubble, skyrocketing crime, and a struggling economy, these type of cities are few and far between.

EXCEPT FOR THESE 7. These 7 Cities are ones where real estate investors and remote workers looking to move should consider in 2022.

Inflation SURGING in 2021. Buy Real Estate?

The price of goods (especially used cars, gas, and meat) across America has spiked over the last three months as a combination of economic re-opening, supply shortages, and low interest rates has pushed up inflation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics-tracked CPI is now measuring the highest YoY % increases in decades.

The Federal Reserve Quantitative Easing program gets a lot of blame for this inflation. QE is essentially a “Money Printing” strategy where the Fed gives banks cash in exchange for treasuries and mortgage backed securities. Analysis of bank balance sheets shows that their cash reserves have spiked as result. But interestingly banks aren’t making as many new loans as they used to. The growth rate in loan credit from US commercial banks has slowed to only 4% per year in the last decade compared to well over 8% from 1970s-2000s. If banks aren’t making loans at the same rate, and the Fed printed money is just staying in bank vaults, that’s not inflationary.

Is Inflation here to stay? And if so, what does that mean for your Real Estate Investment Strategy?

2021 Crash in Your City? 3 Metrics to Watch

Home prices are at sky-high levels relative to wages, and many home buyers and real estate investors feel priced out of the market. A potential crash could wipe 20-25% off home prices across the country.

But the impending crash likely won’t all cities in the same way. Some areas of the country could get hit hard, facing up to 40% price declines. But others are likely much more secure and could continue to see appreciation, even during a broader US Housing Market Crash.

Home buyers, renters, and real estate investors who want to find out the risk factors for a Housing Crash in their city should track the following 3 metrics for insight into the future of their local housing market.

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