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Housing Bubble two. – US Housing Industry 2019 – Is The Housing Industry Declining ?





Housing Bubble – Housing Bubble two. – Housing Bubble 2019 Housing Crash – Serious Estate Bubble two. – Property Rates
Housing Correction – Industry Shift – Foreclosures – Shorter Sales
2019 Housing Industry – 2019 Serious Estate Industry
Housing Bubble Burst – Economic Collapse
Housing Disaster – Serious Estate Industry – Serious Estate Information

Currently is June twenty fifth 2019 and Randy will discuss the next subjects:

New Property Sales Fall
Case-Shiller – Property Price tag Gains Keep on to Fall
Manhattan Property Rates Fall
Traders Beating Out 1st Time Potential buyers

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45 comments

  1. Will the Housing Market continue to level off and eventually decrease in value? Do you remember the previous Housing Bubble, Burst and Crash? All the same signs are there. If you are not looking at this huge opportunity to either invest in Real Estate or purchase a Distressed Property at discount prices for your primary residence, you should seriously consider doing this. Short Sales are Foreclosures have proven to be much more inexpensive in price – yes they may come with some challenges – however the discounts outweigh the issues. For more information on how to learn these techniques, please contact me via email at: (randy@luxuryshortsales.com)

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  2. It's like a slow motion train wreck.

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  3. How is the new executive order signed by Pres Trump going to help relax regulations particularly to the new houses and its impact to the housing market in general?

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  4. In Colorado I don't see an end in sight, people keep moving here from California and keep buying…

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  5. so good talking with you Randy! Lot's to think about. I enjoy your vid's very much!

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  6. People just can't afford the cost of homes for the most part no matter how low rates are. In my area it's the rich Canadians that are buying everything up for vacation properties, the homes sit empty 90% of the year and drive the prices up through the roof.

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  7. Appreciate your time doing these videos.

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  8. New York has not increased it has decreased severely it's a good story from you because you have investment properties there. Also investors from China are not permitted to have their money leave that country anymore. There are no investors great story with a shred of Truth the market is crashed. And it's crashing further everyday. Sorry Randy it is what it is

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  9. 👍

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  10. Yep here in Phoenix it’s outrageous with pricing.
    Everyone thinks it’s only going up up up.
    Commercials and advertising for real estate investment are non stop also for the Ibuyer ads.
    It’s 2006 real estate mania all over again.

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  11. Thanks pat
    Wana show support

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  12. Los Angeles houses that have doubled in "price" since they sold in 2011 have been sitting longer and longer on the MLS and rapidly drop 30-50k every 2 months or so lol

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  13. Love your show! Thank you for doing what you do!

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  14. Wonder if flipper rules of offering 70% of retail pricing will be tried on every angle of the market. Could be competitive pricing at an aggressive level.

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  15. Tons of homes on the market in our area.

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  16. Shortage in Los Angeles under 800k. More dollars than sense around here

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  17. Randy. If you always project doom and gloom you are bound to be right.

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  18. Stagflation will keep home price up.

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  19. Randy,this is a great poweful informations for people to know about the existing crashes in different states for People to know more about the decrease or the decilne of the crashed. I feel it base on the standard………………..

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  20. Good stuff

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  21. Post this channel and articles about how real estate is over priced on your social media and start talking about it to friends, family and random people. Get people back into the correct former mindset that a mortgage payment should be no more than 25% of your TAKE HOME income based on a 15 year fixed rate. This nonsense about over 55% FHA debt to income ratio (gross income)with 3.5% down (that come from a gift or grant) needs to die. Spread the word and tell people they are stupid for turning themselves and their children into debt slaves. Get the word out.

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  22. Thanks Randy you are a blessing! Absolutely love your channel! Keep up the good work you are a blessing!

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  23. Thanks for the great analysis on our falling housing bubble!!Still waiting to jump in…I’m thinking 1 year and we should see catastrophic drops?

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  24. No steam lost yet in southern California

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  25. Boston is very well insulated to downturns because of its exposure to education, healthcare, finance and tech

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  26. Randy, can you make a video about the Chicago market?

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  27. Go Randy!!! I've seen 30k drops in my neighborhood… don't care what they say real estate going👎my chips are waiting patiently… not down to pay that high taxation

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  28. Great video. Case Schiller graph is such a joke. 90 day-old news. By the time it actually prints something, even my dog already knows what is going on.

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  29. Stay motivated, your videos are great and incredibly informative. Subscribers will come as people discover your channel.

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  30. I hate reading Bloomberg and others that talk about economists surveyed, expectations, seasonal adjustments and etc. I just want to know month over month and year over year. Lol. It's like they purposely try to obfuscate reality.

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  31. Real estate bear market. No crash like 08

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  32. Regarding the extremely HIGH prices of modest single family homes!( I am in Phoenix Metro) and as you state in this video it is ONE of only 3 with the high year over year increase! Bad for me, as I need to buy my own permanent home here and waiting to do so has cost me dearly, as I will CERTAINLY need a MORTGAGE and need to NOT be on the LOOSING side ever again! I can attest that the homes in the $250,000 and below range, are being GOBBLED UP FASTER THAN LIGHTENING, BY CASH BUYERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, AND FROM CALIFORNIA AND NEW YORK BUYERS AS WELL! THIS happens so fast that ordinary families don't even get a chance to SEE these homes! What makes it even worse, most of them just want them for rentals, and jack the rental prices far ABOVE what the cost of a MORTGAGE would be for same exact property! SQUEEZING nice, median income families FAR out of the market for ANYTHING DECENT, IN A DECENT NEIGHBORHOOD AND SCHOOL!! VERY very sad, if it doesn't stop, all the nice neighborhoods in all the cities will be transient rental homes, because people can't buy, and they can't afford the rent either! There should be some RULING that ONLY a SMALL PERCENT of homes can be bought for rentals, a ruling which states YOU MUST OCCUPY THIS PROPERTY AS A PRIMARY RESIDENT OWNER!!! IF they don't DO something similar to that, OUR wonderful country will no longer have ANY PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP, BECAUSE NO ONE WILL LIVE IN THEM WHO ACTUALLY OWNS THEM!! ALL comments welcome!

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  33. Hopefully it'll go low enough to where we can pay cash

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  34. There should be incentives to sell to first time homebuyers.

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  35. Vegas is getting retirees and California refugees. The Casinos are in a recession already and layoffs on the rise so this market may turn over soon and follow the rest of the country. Vegas is still less expensive than other major markets but topping out for the local wages.

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  36. Big meeting July 3rd huge mortgage scam. Wells Fargo CEO abruptly goes into retirement. BOA calling for cashless society, Quicken Loand agrees to pay huge multimillion dollar fine.

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  37. It’s about the houses being overpriced!!!!

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  38. If the dollar is reset to a fractional gold back dollar how will it affect home, property tax prices?

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  39. Dont have faith in the markets…know an implosion is coming…just dont know how bad it will be or how far the decay will run. Get out of debt now folks bc later its gunna get really ugly!
    Love your videos Randy! Keep us updated on how the markets burn 😊

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  40. Looks like slowly but surely the down turn is on it's way 🙂 If job loss occurs look for a larger downturn. World economy slowing a bit….

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  41. Affordability is the major issue on Long island and Tri state

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  42. Our foreclosure lawyers were able to hold off NY Melon bank from foreclosing since 2012, the date we stopped paying the mortgage was in 2009 (we wanted to do a loan mod but the banks refused ). In 2018 summer our lawyers told us they can't hold off the foreclosure any more and that the bank wants the house. The entire time we didnt pay mortgage nor the real estate tax (only lawyer monthly retainer fee). The house had gone into escrow. Housing prices were steadily recovering so NY Melon let us go up until 2018 when, I'm guessing, the boys in the big banks foresaw some possible shit might go down in the future and so they had to hurry up and foreclose and auction the house so it will be off their balance sheets.

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  43. When it’s information that you like it’s a “market crash” when it’s information you don’t like it’s that the “market rebounded slowly”. 🤔

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  44. these are early warning signs. of something more ominous.

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  45. Gold is looking good…

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