March 28, 2017 – Many local U.S. real estate markets are undergoing rapid changes yet investors are failing to keep up, according to Ken Wade, CEO of HousingAlerts.com.
“In recent months, there’s a lot more turmoil and volatility, particularly in the (former) high-flyer markets like California, Texas and Florida. We’re also seeing some surprising ‘sleeper’ markets climbing up in the charts, especially in the mid-west.”
“Accounting for changing market conditions is crucial for building wealth in real estate,” says Wade, “but investors are repeating the same mistakes from the last crash by failing to understand their current market risk.”
It’s a recipe suited for disaster.
“It’s how lives get ruined and fortunes get lost,” says Wade. “We’ve seen it happen over and over again… from individual homeowners and investors to large publicly traded builders and banks; they continue to invest blindfolded to their market.”
“Many local real estate markets are declining right now, while others are red hot,” warns Wade.
If there’s anything we’ve learned from previous real estate cycles, it’s that most so-called experts and national organizations don’t give useful advice on changing conditions because you can’t invest in a ‘national’ market; it’s simply an average across hundreds of local markets. Instead, you should conduct your own due diligence at the LOCAL level using proven, back-tested and state-of-the-art technology.
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