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The new housing market is here, and with it comes a whole new set of real estate investing rules. Now, appreciation isn’t a given, flipping can flop, and good multifamily deals are one in a dozen instead of one in a million. This type of market can be dangerous for new real estate investors, but it can also be a massive opportunity for those who want to play the game the right way. So, please don’t ask the newly-rich gurus what their advice would be; turn to the decade-long players who have survived crashes, come back stronger, and know which deals are worth getting done. In this episode, we’ll go through the “2023 State of Real Estate Investing Report,” written by your data and sandwich savant, Dave Meyer. This report presents a window into what could happen in 2023, where the housing market stands now, and how investors can react to build real estate riches. Henry Washington, Jamil Damji, and Kathy Fettke give their own housing market predictions for the next year and prove cash is king, why on-market deals are the way to go, and how investing in “hybrid cities” can make you both equity and cash flow rich. The On the Market team will also give their thoughts on the potential commercial real estate crash that could happen in 2023. This type of movement in real estate affects all investors. Knowing about it beforehand can help you not only make money on killer deals but also help you avoid buying a property that may nosedive in value after buyers exit the market. So if you want the best data on real estate investing for 2023, this is the place to be! In This Episode We Cover The “new housing market” that’s forming and how investors can take advantage Why cash is king and how low competition and high rates can help you buy rental property steals Why “buying deep” combined with seller financing can make you a killing in 2023 Whether house flips will flop in 2023 and how inexperienced investors could get burnt The “hybrid cities” that offer investors cash flow AND appreciation in one place Commercial real estate and the multifamily price crash that could be on the table in 2023 And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram Jamil's BiggerPockets Profile Jamil's Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram The 2023 State of Real Estate Investing Report On The Market Podcast 65 with Ben Miller (Liquidity) On The Market Podcast 71 with Brian Burke (Multifamily Crash) BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast 721 with Scott Trench (BiggerPockets CEO)   Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-73 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Getting a low interest rate on your mortgage is something homebuyers in 2023 dream about. With last year’s 4% rates still fresh in many investors’ minds, it can seem almost irresistible to try and get the lowest mortgage rate possible when buying a house. So, what if there was a way to lock in a mortgage rate two to three percent lower than the daily average, all paid for by the seller of your new property? It’s possible, and if you want to get it, you’ll need to listen closely to what today’s mortgage experts are saying. In this episode, we brought three lending experts, Bill Tessar from CIVIC, Christian Bachelder from The One Brokerage, and LendingOne’s Matt Neisser, to talk about what is happening with lending and lenders, mortgage rates, and low-interest loan programs. With different expertise, all three of these mortgage experts know about various loans, whether for a rental, a primary residence, a fix and flip, a BRRRR, or something else. But what draws them all together is their experience over the past six months. Once interest rates started to rise, lenders nationwide were “gutted,” with massive amounts of business flying out the door. But these borrowers weren’t searching for better lenders; they didn’t even want to buy anymore. This caused many mortgage brokers and lenders to “reset” their requirements, standards, and expectations for the next few years to come. Now, lenders like these are getting creative, finding some of the best ways to help you score a lower interest rate without charging you a dime. In This Episode We Cover How the Fed’s decision to raise rates caused the lending industry to lose huge business Real estate underwriting and why short-term investors MUST change the way they analyze deals  Bad news for BRRRR investors and why this strategy may be on pause for the next few years The new low-interest rate loan products that homebuyers can take advantage of Mortgage rate predictions and when we could potentially see rates start to stall (or drop) Advice for borrowers in today’s market and why you should NOT be scared of rising rates And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Find Your Next Home Loan Connect with Christian, Matt, & Bill: Christian's BiggerPockets Profile Matt's BiggerPockets Profile CIVIC LendingOne The One Brokerage Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-72 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Multifamily real estate is by no means an easy asset class to buy into. What most people mistook as simple investments in 2020 are now turning out to be cash-hemorrhaging, high-interest, soon-to-go-bust investments. Everyone and their grandma was trying to buy the biggest apartment building they could, bidding well over asking without checking the fundamentals of the deal. Now, these buyers have to reap what they sowed by selling a solid asset at a low price or falling into foreclosure. But how did we get here? Wasn’t multifamily the hottest asset class of the past two years? This was supposed to be a foolproof way to build wealth, so what happened? Brian Burke knows, and that’s why he sat patiently on the sidelines, watching inexperienced syndicators bite off more than they could chew, refusing to listen to long-term investors. Brian has successfully predicted multiple crashes, not because he has a crystal ball, but because he knows when to take profits. He smelled something fishy happening in the multifamily space in 2019, and this same feeling saved him in 2022. So, what’s next for the multifamily housing market? Are the nation’s multifamily investments set to crash and burn? Not quite, but this could be the opportunity of a lifetime for the new investors looking for their next deal. But when should you hop in, start analyzing deals, and make bids? Stick around for this multifamily deep dive, as Brian will give you everything you need to know about the multifamily real estate market. In This Episode We Cover The multifamily “bomb” that’s about to explode and how multifamily became so overleveraged Risky debt and how new investors failed to think ahead with bridge loans and adjustable-rate financing The multifamily foreclosure crisis and how many investors could be forced into forbearance Key fundamentals to follow if you want to invest in multifamily in 2023  New construction and whether the high risk is worth the higher reward Advice for both active and passive multifamily investors who want to avoid getting burnt in 2023 And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Read The 2023 State of Real Estate Investing Report Expert or Amateur? Do You Know Who Your Real Estate Syndicator Is? Book Mentioned in the Episode The Hands-Off Investor by Brian Burke Connect with Brian: Brian's BiggerPockets Profile Brian's Instagram Praxis Capital Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-71 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
The housing market is a living, breathing organism, constantly moving, with each real estate market playing by its own rules. Thanks to the individuality of the American housing market, homebuyers had the flexibility to choose where they wanted to live as soon as the 2020 lockdowns took place. No longer did homebuyers have to purchase a house that was close enough to the office. Since many worked remotely, the entire country became their office, and a slew of newly nomadic workers decided to settle down in states both far from and near home. These migration patterns changed the landscape of the housing market and made once-sleepy cities into booming metros with high-priced homes almost overnight. Now, the trend has reached a halt, as homebuyers remain frozen in place, stuck between high housing prices and even higher mortgage rates. But, with in-office work becoming more and more mandatory, could these domestic migrants start being called back to the big cities and tech hubs they came from? We brought Taylor Marr, Deputy Chief Economist at Redfin, on to the show to give his take on where the housing market is headed. Taylor goes deep into the two halves of the 2022 housing market and why “booming” post-pandemic markets like Boise are seeing steep declines. We also talk about mortgage rate buydowns, the new buyer’s market, and where migration is starting to slow as homebuyers get caught in financial quicksand.  In This Episode We Cover Housing market volatility and why ping-ponging mortgage rates haven’t helped Tech markets and how these employment hubs are faring now that many homebuyers have jumped ship The most volatile housing markets of 2022 and where you can expect to see migration slowdowns Reverse migration and what will happen once in-person work becomes mandatory again How politics, taxes, and weather highly affected homebuying patterns in 2022 Short-term rental data and why second homes saw a massive drop-off in demand  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Hear Our Last Interview with Taylor 2022 Housing Market Review—A Tale Of Two Halves Get Redfin’s Up-to-Date Housing Market Data Connect with Taylor: Taylor's Twitter Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-70 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Picking stocks can be intimidating for a first-time investor in the stock market. For landlords, real estate can seem like a much more tangible, calculated way to make money with less risk and far more upside. But, with the stock market taking a much harder tumble than real estate in 2022, some long-time investors argue that now is the best time to pick up discounted shares of companies that will last for hundreds of years to come. So, as a real estate investor, which stocks should you pick? There’s no better person to ask than Chris Hill, host of Motley Fool Money, an investor who knows the ins and outs of stock investing better than the rest. Chris understands why most investors are hesitant to invest in the stock market, especially after the past year. With company valuations dropping faster than many have seen, stocks aren’t looking that attractive—at least not right now. However, Chris argues that this is a massive opportunity for the long-term investor, and if you can practice delayed gratification, you’ll be rewarded for decades. Chris walks through why he’s so optimistic about the stock market in 2023, how rising interest rates hurt real estate and stock valuations, advice for new investors, and how to start picking stocks, even if you have no experience. Chris also shares why the everyday businesses many of us purchase from are primed for growth and why REITs (real estate investment trusts) may be massively undervalued as stocks and real estate are feeling a collective price crunch. In This Episode We Cover The 2022 stock market crash explained and what caused prices to drop How rising interest rates affect the stock market (especially startup stocks) Compound interest and the massive advantage that young investors have right now Advice for investing in the stock market in 2023 and how to start picking stocks REITs (real estate investment trusts) and why they’re trading at a discount Understanding your risk tolerance and maximizing your returns while minimizing your sleepless nights And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram 27 Stocks for 2023 Book Mentioned in the Show The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel Connect with Chris: Motley Fool Money Chris' Twitter Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-69 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
The Federal Reserve is a misunderstood arm of the government. Is it public? Is it private? Does congress have any control over it? Most Americans don’t know. Because of this constant confusion surrounding this shadowy subsection of the government, Americans are struggling to understand what’s going on with interest rates, mortgage rates, bond yields, and more. But there’s one person who knows the Fed better than the rest. Nick Timiraos, reporter at The Wall Street Journal, has been tracking every move the Federal Reserve makes. Whether it has to do with inflation, interest rate hikes, job growth and decline, or anything in between, Nick knows about it. As the foremost expert on the Fed, we took some time to ask him some of the most critical questions on how the Fed’s decisions could affect investors in 2023. With so many variables up in the air, Nick helps pin down precisely what the Fed is thinking, their plans, and whether we’re on the right economic track. You’ll hear how the “overcorrection” of inflation could pose a massive threat to the US economy, the significant risks the Fed faces today, the three “buckets” that the Fed is looking at most, and why we’re targeting a two percent inflation rate in the first place. We also get into when the Fed could stop raising interest rates, how investors should react, and whether or not we’ll see three and four-percent mortgage rates again. In This Episode We Cover How the Fed’s 2022 moves affected the US economy (and whether they’ll pay off in 2023) Massive money printing and why this time was designed not to repeat 2008’s mistakes  The Fed’s “overcorrection” on inflation and how it could send us into a more brutal recession The three “phases” we must get through to see lower mortgage rates  Interest rates, federal funds rates, and when the Fed could halt their rate hikes  Employment, the labor market, and why excessive wage increases could hurt the economy  The 2023 outlook for real estate investors and when we’ll see low interest rates again And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Hear Our 2022 Interview with Nick Book Mentioned in the Show Trillion Dollar Triage by Nick Timiraos Connect with Nick: Nick's Twitter WSJ Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-68 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
What's the best housing market for real estate investing? If this were 2022, we'd say cities like Boise, Austin, or Phoenix, but things have changed, and many of last year's top real estate markets look like this year's losers. So which cities are the ones worth investing in over the next year? Which will see population, job, and home price growth? And which markets can you expect to sink even lower as interest rates rise and the threat of a recession looms? We've got a few housing market experts around to help you navigate the plethora of property markets in the United States. James Dainard, master house flipper on the west coast, has a surprising prediction on an often underrated east coast city. Jamil Damji, one of the nation's largest wholesalers, is bearish on what was once a hot market and bullish on a "unicorn" city between two cultural capitals. Kathy Fettke, the Golden State's home builder and investor, picks a fight with a familiar character and has her eyes set on another sunshine state. And, of course, we also get Dave Meyer's take on where the data says will be the worst and best real estate market to invest in during 2023. So place your bets, get your MLS search ready, and prepare to see which markets will come out on top over the next year. If you're thinking of buying or selling, these picks may completely change your plans! In This Episode We Cover The best and worst real estate markets to invest in over the next year Why so many real estate investors remain bearish on California (even with high appreciation!) The one real estate market investors love to hate, and a good reason many people are moving How more prominent economic factors like employment and income significantly impact your investment in a city The "unicorn" real estate market that has stayed under the radar for decades Why some of the worst cities to invest in during 2023 will flip in 2024 And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Jamil's BiggerPockets Profile Jamil's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Hear Our 2022 Housing Market Predictions Rocket Mortgage’s Top Real Estate Markets of 2022 Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-67 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Foreclosures, mortgage rates, housing prices; if there’s one person to ask about any of it, it’s Rick Sharga, Executive Vice President at ATTOM, who handles housing market data and forecasting all day, every day. Rick is often seen as a housing fact crusader, taking down the clickbait hype that many mainstream articles love to post. While other media channels push fear, Rick focuses on facts, showing what’s happening in the housing market, whether it’s good or bad news. Rick knows much more about home foreclosure numbers than most, so we took time today to ask him exactly how rising interest rates, crushing unaffordability, and shrinking home prices affect today’s homeowners. Could there be a foreclosure crisis on the horizon? Or, are homeowners in such a solid position that the chance of getting foreclosed on is slim to none? And if you’re looking to make some money during this declining market, which strategy would work best as buyers and sellers get desperate? We also take a chance to get Rick’s opinion on where interest and mortgage rates could be heading over the next year. Rick lays out the exact scenarios that could cause rates to plummet or rise multiple percentages and how homebuyers may go through a rate “reprogramming” to get hungry for houses once again. If you’re holding, buying, selling, or renting in 2023, this is the data you need to know! In This Episode We Cover The interest rate “reprogramming” and why rates don’t need to hit rock bottom for a buying frenzy to start again Mortgage rate predictions and what could happen that would cause rates to spike in 2023 The latest foreclosure data and why homeowners being “underwater” isn’t what you think The best opportunity for real estate investors and the revival of wholesaling in 2023 Bad news for house flippers and why profits are starting to drop for home renovations The “short-term pain, long-term gain” of real estate investing in 2023 (and beyond!) And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Jamil's BiggerPockets Profile Jamil's Instagram Hear Our Past Episode with Rick ATTOM’s Home Flipping Report Connect with Rick: Rick's LinkedIn Rick's Twitter Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-66 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Deleveraging is a term you probably haven’t heard. And don’t be surprised; most news networks will never cover what deleveraging is or what it means for the real estate market. But, this capital constriction could implode the housing market, causing numerous investors and funds to go under, leaving the rest to pick up the scraps. This massive change is about to happen, but don’t get too scared; if you bought right, you could be one of the lucky few with a buffet of cash-flowing deals to choose from. So, who’s better to ask about this impending crisis than Ben Miller, co-founder and CEO of Fundrise? He’s been on both ends of lending, not only buying significant assets with credit but also supplying the funding to others who need it. Ben is predicting a massive change in the real estate market that will shock investors to the core and could leave the economy worse for wear. This deleveraging crisis Ben talks about is not a simple concept, but once you understand how and why it’s happening, you unlock a piece of knowledge that 99% of other investors miss. Ben speaks on how bridge loans and floating financing have put thousands of investors (and lenders) in a bind, why banks will be strapped for cash in 2023, and the scenarios that could play out over the next year if everything goes wrong. Make no mistake, this is NOT a doomsday forecast or some hypothetical hype meant to worry investors. Deleveraging is a real scenario that could have cascading effects for decades. If you’re investing, this is a CRUCIAL episode to tune into. In This Episode We Cover Deleveraging explained and why so many investors are on the line for millions of dollars Which real estate industries will be hit hardest when the deleveraging crisis manifests  Why even the banks are overleveraged and the domino effect that could cause financial chaos  The scenarios that could play out as banks start to constrict the money supply and investors get desperate  The massive opportunity for investors as overleveraged loans come due and assets start to sell for a fraction of the cost  Who will win and make it out alive after the mass deleveraging takes place  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Hear Our Previous Interview with Ben on “Build-to-Rent” Investing How to Prepare for a Recession (and Profit!) in 2022 Connect with Ben: Ben’s Twitter Ben’s LinkedIn Ben’s Email Ben’s BiggerPockets Profile Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-65 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Real estate tax strategies are plentiful. In fact, real estate investing is one of the most tax-beneficial investments you could make, with a plethora of tax write-offs and loopholes you can use to avoid taxes legally. But, if you’re new to real estate investing or don’t know about many of these strategies, you could pay tens of thousands extra every year, limiting your portfolio’s growth. That’s why we brought Amanda Han, CPA and real estate investor, onto the show. Amanda has been helping investors lower their tax burdens for decades. As an investor herself, she’s had to grow her professional and personal knowledge to take advantage of as many tax deductions as possible. She’s so fluent in the real estate tax code that she even wrote the books on tax strategies for BiggerPockets! Dave and Henry spend today’s interview asking Amanda the tax questions you may have been too scared to ask your CPA. We’ll touch on the most significant changes in the 2023 tax code, the big blow to investors starting next year, cost segregations explained, the short-term rental tax loophole, and why you should start planning NOW for next year’s taxes. If you want to pay fewer taxes, buy more real estate, and keep more of your hard-earned passive income in 2023, this is the episode to listen to! In This Episode We Cover The biggest tax change for real estate investors that you NEED to know about When to start preparing for taxes and “accelerating” your expenses in 2023  2023 tax strategies for real estate investors and the write-offs most people miss The HUGE house hacking capital gains benefit that most investors don’t know about Bonus depreciation and cost segregation studies explained The short-term rental tax loophole that’ll allow you to write off everyday income The one question every investor should ask when interviewing CPAs/tax strategists  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram Tax-Saving Toolkit Books Mentioned in the Show The Book on Tax Strategies for the Savvy Real Estate Investor by Amanda Han The Book on Advanced Tax Strategies by Amanda Han Connect with Amanda: Amanda's BiggerPockets Profile Amanda's Instagram Amanda's Website Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-64 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
There are few things more critical to a real estate investor than home prices, mortgage rates, and rent. Thankfully, those are three subjects that Redfin decided to tackle in their new 2023 housing market predictions list. But are these housing market projections the truth, or is the data showing something else entirely? We’ve got Dave to fly solo this episode to break down these hot housing market takes to see which could truly come true in 2023. Welcome back to On the Market. As we wind down the year, we’re wrapping up as many real estate predictions and forecasts as possible so we can give you, the investors, the best chance of success in 2023! And although many of you have asked for Dave’s crystal ball (it’s just his head, people), he’s brought something even better today to share: cold, hard housing market data! We’ll be pinning it against Redfin’s predictions on mortgage rates, housing prices, home sales, rents, and construction for 2023. Some of these predictions seem far more likely than others, as the future remains mysteriously shrouded in possibilities of a global recession or depression rocking the housing market over the next year. But let’s get to what you really want to know: which markets will be saved, how low rates will go, and when you can expect to get even better deals on investment properties. All that (and much more) is coming up, so tune in! In This Episode We Cover Redfin’s most significant housing market predictions of 2023 How low home sales could go as buyers and sellers stand in a stalemate Mortgage and interest rate predictions and the three scenarios that could cause rates to drop Whether or not a foreclosure crisis is on the horizon as home prices start to stall The most secure real estate markets in 2023 and why the “winners” of 2021 and 2022 won’t be safe The generation of forever-renters and why a nationwide rent drop isn’t as likely as it seems Which property type will see the most construction and competition in building And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Redfin’s 2023 Housing Market Predictions Hear Our 2023 Housing Market Forecast   Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-63 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
The housing crash is always looming. If it wasn’t, how would media outlets push you to constantly stay informed, glued to the television, watching every new mortgage and inflation update? For years now, a housing market crash has been the talk of the town, with everyone from well-known news anchors to your “very informed” family members telling you that it’s only a matter of time until this house of cards comes crumbling down. But these “forecasts” aren’t as rock-solid as they may seem. This is just one of the stories we’ll touch on in this episode of On the Market, where we’re joined by our entire panel of expert guests! With the housing market in a standoff between buyers and sellers, our expert real estate investors are here to save the day, giving you the top stories that could impact your income. To start, Jamil talks about the “cancer” that’s affecting the Arizona housing market, Kathy touches on new landlord legislation, Henry hits on the US recession, and James debates the housing market doubters. But we’re not just talking about how investors are faring, we’re diving deep into a rarely-talked-about subject among investors—homelessness, housing affordability, and our impact on society. You’ll hear why investors are open to building affordable housing, but there’s one BIG hurdle standing in their way, stopping them from moving forward. We’ll also discuss whether or not landlords are the villain retail homebuyers portray them to be, and how we, as investors, can help more homebuyers reach their dreams of finally becoming owners themselves.  In This Episode We Cover Homelessness, housing affordability, and why even as prices drop, first-time buyers feel out of luck  Affordable housing and what the government must do to incentive landlords to act Landlord legislation and a new bill that could curtail Wall Street’s buying activity  Whether or not the US has already entered into a recession and who’s hurting the most Housing crash “clickbait” and why the chances of a home price drop-off are different than you think The “money printing disease” and how the Federal Reserve’s unregulated moves are killing the economy  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-62 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
What are your 2023 goals? If you don’t have an answer in mind just yet, don’t worry, there’s still time to lock in your plans to have a wealth-building, financial freedom-finding, more fun (and frugal) new year. And while goal setting for many people can seem almost arbitrary, top investors, again and again, point to it as one of the reasons they’re able to hit such unbelievable heights. We’re not talking about making a few extra bucks in passive income, we’re talking about building life-changing wealth in only a matter of years. If you think you shot too high in 2022, think again. We’ve got Henry, James, and Kathy back on the show to talk about what they’ve accomplished in 2022. To no surprise, almost all of them hit big goals, but that doesn’t mean they did everything they wanted. All of our expert guests failed at one or multiple of their goals, but funnily enough, failing meant success in other areas! They’ll walk through exactly how they set their 2022 and 2023 goals, the steps they’re taking to do the impossible, and tips you can use to hit goals you’ve never even dreamed of. Whether 2023 will be the year you buy your first, or fifteenth rental, flip a property, or finally reach financial freedom, these tips can help you no matter what stage you’re at. So tune in, bring a pen and paper, and get ready to achieve your dreams in 2023. In This Episode We Cover Our failed 2022 goals and how we’re making up for them in 2023 Big plans to buy hundreds of rentals in just one year Why falling short on a past goal could benefit other moves you’re making this year Setting hard deadlines to force yourself to accomplish what you’ve set out to do Taking a step back from “active” investing to spend more time with family and friends Vision boards, affirmations, and other techniques experts use to accomplish big goals On the Market’s plan for total podcast domination and how we’re going to make Dave the BEST Dave in the podcast space And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Accomplish Anything in 90 Days with “The Intention Journal” Our 2022 Biggest Real Estate Mistakes The Secret to 10x-ing Your 2023 Goals | How to Set Goals Ninety.io   Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-61 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Home buyer’s remorse, low interest rate dreams, and not taking a second look at a property. These are some touchy subjects for real estate investors who had wins but also big losses in 2022. While real estate investing is one of the best ways to grow generational wealth, it still has its home-induced headaches, either from going over budget on a project, waiting too long to buy, or doing the wrong rehab. But don’t get down if you made any of these mistakes. Our expert investors have done the same! Welcome back to On the Market. In today’s show, Dave, Henry, James, and Kathy, talk about the biggest real estate regrets and mistakes made in 2022. This show proves that even if you’re experienced, you can still fall prey to making mistakes and losing hundreds of thousands of dollars doing the wrong deals. But this isn’t all doom and gloom. The cast shares lessons learned from these big mistakes so listeners like you can avoid these money-hemorrhaging life lessons the next time they pop up in your life. We also talk about some of the biggest mistakes across the news in 2022. These span from the FTX crash and SBF’s fall from grace, the crypto slump of this year and last, and why so many buyers were caught off guard by the almost unprecedented interest rate hikes of earlier this year. Tune into this episode, and stick around for next week’s as we give a glimpse at what we’ll be doing to build even more wealth in 2023! In This Episode We Cover Knowing your numbers and how going over budget on a renovation is easier than most people think Interest rate nostalgia and why locking down a low rate beats a better home price Permitting hold-ups and how avoiding a site visit could cost you hundreds of thousands The FTX crash and crypto’s demise over the past two years (and what caused it) 2023 mortgage rate predictions and whether or not we’ll see four percent rates within the next year Why every great real estate investor has a bad contractor story And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile James' BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' Instagram Kathy's Instagram How to Deal With Regret in Real Estate Biggest Red Flags of a Bad Contractor Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-60 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
After Hurricane Ian, Florida real estate took a huge hit. With multiple communities literally underwater and the entirety of Southwest Florida facing pricey home repairs, Florida went from being the Sunshine State to the “do we have enough insurance?” state overnight. And with more and more natural disasters taking shape across the US, how can homeowners, landlords, and renters prepare for what mother nature is throwing at us? Thanks to both heavy state and federal funding, Florida is well on its way to a successful recovery, but how did this happen? To learn more about the ins and outs of disaster recovery, we brought on Jeremy Edwards, Press Secretary at FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), to share what the federal government is doing to aid in building back communities. Jeremy touches on storm tracking, pre-disaster preparedness, flood insurance coverage, and temporary housing programs landlords can use to help affected areas. We also take a detour to talk about the rising insurance costs in disaster-prone areas like the Gulf Coast and the flood mitigation assistance grants that FEMA has set up for local governments to lower their chances of a devastating event. Jeremy also talks about what private homeowners can do if they don’t have enough insurance coverage, and how they can build back better so their own homes are protected when disaster strikes. Read More About Substantial Damage Determinations Here.  In This Episode We Cover The financial impact that Hurricane Ian had on the state of Florida Rising home insurance rates and how the government is stepping in to help Why investors are still buying in areas that are highly impacted by hurricanes Flood insurance and FEMA’s assistance to homeowners that need more coverage Temporary housing assistance and how landlords can help those in need Hurricane, wildfire, and other disaster prevention that could save you tens of thousands The timeline for a full recovery in heavily affected hurricane areas And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Read More About Substantial Damage Determinations Here National Risk Index ClimRR Fema’s: Individual Assistance Line: 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362) Disaster Assistance Ready Listo FEMA App Connect with Jeremy: Jeremy's LinkedIn Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-59 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Zillow, Opendoor, and other iBuyers made quite a name for themselves over the past two years. By buying up every house on the block, iBuyers quickly became the “no work, best price, all cash” alternative to selling through an agent or a wholesaler. These huge, wall-street funded businesses were buying thousands of homes in the blink of an eye, doing some quick repairs, and flipping them in record time. But even with all this activity, iBuyers were slowly hemorrhaging money, causing most of them to crash and burn within the past year. Now, all that’s left standing is Opendoor and Offerpad, two of the most experienced iBuyers around. But will either of these giants survive until the end of 2023? With home prices starting to plummet, interest rates rising, and last year’s homeowners not looking to move, will Opendoor and Offerpad bleed out before they get another shot at this wild housing market? We brought in real estate tech strategist, Mike DelPrete, to give his opinion on the future of iBuyers. Mike has been watching iBuyers for a while. He’s seen them creep into towns, buy up inventory, just to sell at a loss months or years later. He knows what competition looks like for real estate investors, and he doesn’t think iBuyers offer much of a threat. Mike walks through the current state of iBuyers, how they could end wholesaler and realtor careers, why most iBuyers were designed to fail, and why companies like Opendoor and Offerpad may be forced to pivot strategies very soon. In This Episode We Cover How 2022’s housing market almost destroyed the iBuyer industry A huge threat to real estate agents and wholesalers from iBuyers The massive operational expenses that destroyed businesses like Zillow Offers The iBuyer’s “path to profitability” and why it’s almost impossible to achieve  Why homebuyers are refusing to buy the soulless flips iBuyers offer Whether or not iBuyers will be able to survive this current housing correction  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Jamil's BiggerPockets Profile Jamil's Instagram Predators and Prey Article Opendoor Algorithm vs. Local Flipper iBuyer Opendoor Offerpad Connect with Mike: Mike's website Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-58 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
House flipping was almost a guaranteed win in 2020 and 2021. With home prices steadily rising and interest rates dropping, throwing on a new coat of paint was often enough to make a six-figure profit on what would otherwise be a basic home. House flippers got accustomed to doing quick jobs while walking away with almost unbelievable returns. But, many of them got overconfident. Now with the housing market in a correction and the US on the edge of a recession, flippers find themselves with inventory no one wants to buy. But, this isn’t the case for every flipper. The time-tested expert investors knew that this would happen, and as a result, they’re still making a killing on their flips. Some of these flippers are joining us on the show today. As always, we’ve got Seattle-based superstar, James Dainard to give his multiple-decade-long take on house flipping. And, joining as new guests are Dominique Gunderson, New Orleans-based flipper, and Leka Devatha, luxury flipper and one of James’ favorite buyers!  These three house flippers operate in very different ways. James touches on multi-million-dollar luxury flips and multifamilies, Leka focuses more on high-end yet still affordable flips and Dominique provides high-quality housing at a reasonable price for residential buyers down south. These are three flippers who have NOT let the market change their business plans, and because of some smart moves (which they share on today’s episode), they’re still sitting pretty and getting deals done, even as the market starts to slide.  In This Episode We Cover Inflation rate updates and some good news for investors How 2022 took many flippers by surprise and put inexperienced investors out of business Labor and material cost updates and why flippers are still running into inventory problems The risk behind flipping and whether or not high interest rates makes make it worth it Tips for new flippers who want to get into the market without getting burnt The danger of not diversifying and how sticking to one asset class can destroy your wealth 2023 house flipping predictions and how to protect your wealth if home prices tumble even further And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Project|RE Real Estate Investing with James Dainard Rehabit Homes BiggerPockets Podcast 587 with Dominique BiggerPockets Podcast 390 with Leka Connect with Dominique & Leka: Dominique's BiggerPockets Profile Dominique's Instagram Leka's BiggerPockets Profile Leka's Instagram Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-57 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Short-term rentals have had a serious run over the past two years. As soon as interest rates dropped, everyone decided that buying a vacation rental or second home was the best move to make. This led to a surge in short-term rental investments across the US, as hosts began to almost outnumber guests. Now, vacation rentals are seeing a dramatic slowdown while a recession starts to shape, as Americans are less concerned about taking vacations and more about keeping their jobs. So where is the vacation rental market headed? Were short-term rentals just a short-lived fad that could fade out faster than it took to be born? Or, is this a mere blip on the radar of vacation rentals, as guests still prefer hosts over hotels? We brought on Avery Carl, Jenny Yi, and Tony J. Robinson, three experienced short-term rental investors, to walk us through exactly what is happening in the market, what moves they’re making, and advice for getting through a recession. We also talk about short-term rental regulations, which, surprisingly, many of the expert investors are in favor of. They speak on the saturation of “blue chip” vacation markets, and how some sleepier towns offer much better prospects for profit than the vacation markets most Americans know and love. If you own a vacation rental, plan on buying one, or just like staying at them, this episode gives you in-the-field opinions that most hosts won’t admit.  In This Episode We Cover Who’s hurting and who’s thriving as the short-term rental market starts to lag How to identify new markets that have low competition and high tourism potential Short-term rental regulations and why it isn’t all bad news for hosts How a 2023 recession could affect vacation rentals and vacation spending Advice for new hosts as bookings and revenue starts to decline during a downturn Vacation home price drops and whether or not this type of real estate is more vulnerable than the rest And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Real Estate Rookie Podcast Tony’s Video on Short-Term Rental Recession Data Book Mentioned in the Show Short-Term Rental, Long-Term Wealth by Avery Carl Connect with Avery, Tony, & Jenny: Avery's Instagram Avery's BiggerPockets Profile Jenny's Instagram Tony's Instagram Tony's BiggerPockets Profile Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-56 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Inflation may have just peaked. And with it, mortgage rates could come crashing down sooner than economists expect. But what would cause a scenario like this, especially as the Federal Reserve continues to bombard Americans with higher and higher interest rates? And, with supply chain shortages abound, how do we know that inflation won’t boomerang back in 2023, creating an even worse problem than before? Stick around. Dave has the answers. For the past year, Americans have dealt with high inflation rates and the crushing weight of purchasing power declining. Food, energy, electronics, and most importantly, housing, have skyrocketed in price. To tame this economic beast, the Fed unleashed a series of almost unimaginable rate hikes, slowing down homebuying, borrowing, and business building in the process. This was part of the plan, and we’re just now seeing the effects of these high rates on inflation. But what will happen once inflation numbers start to cool? Will the Fed suddenly lower interest rates and turn the housing market tap back on again? Will droves of homebuyers get back into the market, causing the same amount of competition that high rates were supposed to solve? Assemble your post-thanksgiving sandwich, plug in, and get ready for some up-to-date data drops from Dave Meyer. In This Episode We Cover November's latest inflation rate updates and some good news for the American economy The three reasons why inflation could start to dramatically drop in 2023 How a global recession could foil the Fed’s plan and shoot rates back down Whether or not mortgage rates will reverse once the Fed hits their target inflation rate How the ten-year treasury yield almost identically maps mortgage rates China’s lockdowns, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and other global events that shocked the supply chain  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram 2023 Mortgage Rate Outlook—You Won’t Believe What Could Happen The Fed’s Plan for Future Interest Rates Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-55 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
BRRRR investing, house flips, five-figure rental properties, and silicon prairie dogs are all part of this On the Market episode. We asked our panel of expert guests to bring in some of the juiciest deals they’ve been doing so we can compare and contrast which real estate investing strategies are working best in today’s housing market. Surprisingly, even with this panel of investing all-stars, we’ve got deals and steals costing only $70K, but also home-run rentals in the seven and eight-figure price points. But this isn’t just a bragathon—our expert guests walk through exactly how they picked up these insane deals for cheap, the strategies they’re using to cash flow from day one, and how they’ll use their tax benefits to pay for the next round of real estate deals! If you want to know how to make six-figures worth of equity for free, build a “bulletproof” BRRRR strategy, or ensure you turn a profit on your next real estate deal, this is the episode to listen to! We also take a question from the On the Market Forums concerning rent raises and how to price your rental property. It can be tempting to set your rental price at an all-time high rate, as renter demand skyrockets. But, this could lead to unintended consequences that could not only hurt your property but bombard you with headaches from a future tenant. We’ll give tips and tricks on the best way to get around this! In This Episode We Cover Four killer real estate deals from our expert guests and how you can copy their strategies for the same results Where to find cheap rental properties that will cash flow even in today’s market Real estate exit strategies and three different ways to ensure a profit on your next deal Large multifamily investments and why the tide may have already turned for sellers Short-term rental investing and walking into six-figures worth of real estate equity immediately after purchase How to price your rental property so you don’t suffer vacancy OR get the wrong tenant And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agent BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave’s BiggerPockets Profile Henry's BiggerPockets Profile James' BiggerPockets Profile Jamil's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Dave’s Instagram Henry's Instagram James' Instagram Jamil's Instagram Kathy's Instagram Book Mentioned in the Show Real Estate by Numbers by J Scot & Dave Meyer Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-54 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!
Comments (2)

Ian Middleton

love the show and content but just can deal with how condescending Mrs Fetke continually is. She is so smart and we're all just dummies, pitty but adios.

Jan 10th
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Charlie Spierto

what a bunch of amateurs (2nd half).

Jul 24th
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