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Interest rates are dipping below five percent, hedge funds and institutional investors are starting to sell off their homes, and inexperienced syndicators are getting stuck with bad deals. Is this the everyday investor’s version of a miracle? Nope, it’s just another week in the wild 2022 housing market! Joining us is the entire On The Market panel to talk about which up-to-date, hard-hitting stories affect investors the most.To start, we’ll talk about Invitation Homes, one of the most prominent institutional real estate companies, and how they’re being accused of using unpermitted work to renovate their recent acquisitions. Within the same vein, Opendoor, another institutional investor, was fined a whopping $62M for “deceptive marketing”, but did they really make promises they couldn’t keep? Don’t worry, this isn’t an entirely iBuyer-only episode.Our last two stories cover commercial real estate and interest rates. More commercial deals are starting to see cracks in their literal and figurative foundation, as inexperienced investors are being slapped with higher fees and rates from banks as their properties become less valuable. But, some good news for investors is that mortgage rates have finally dropped below five percent, getting us closer to the rock-bottom rates we were used to in 2020 and 2021. But can these rates be counted on, or will they skyrocket back up once the Fed has had enough?In This Episode We CoverWhy hedge funds are hurting and failing to keep up with maintenance on their propertiesThe “deceptive marketing” tactic OpenDoor used to lure in new customers How rapid “repricing” is changing the way commercial real estate deals are doneJamil’s $2.5M mistake and why you should always focus on your own area of expertiseLow interest rates and why banks are offering them even as the Fed pushes for increasesAnd So Much More!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
What do work-from-home employees and the housing market have to do with each other? Surprisingly, a lot. At the start of 2020, as the first lockdowns were rolling in, many companies made the wise decision to allow their workers to temporarily work-from-home. As temporary became seemingly eternal, more employers started developing permanent work-from-home regulations, allowing employees to, on average, work at their residence for about half of the workweek.With this enhanced flexibility, employees were more likely to move to places their jobs didn’t confine them to. If they were used to snow and sleet, they may have moved to Arizona, Texas, or Florida. If they were stuck in urban areas like New York City and San Francisco, the more suburban allure of Boise, Denver, or Raleigh pulled them even closer. Now, these high-paid, location-flexible workers were on the hunt for houses. And as a result, home prices skyrocketed while affordability plummeted.It’s becoming more and more evident how much of an impact remote work plays on the housing market, but what can landlords do with this information? Dave has already dug through the research so you don’t have to, and he brings on this show three factors of a work-from-home “hotspot” that could forecast big home price appreciation. These three factors could point you on the path to buying in the nation’s next best real estate market!In This Episode We CoverThe latest remote work trends and whether or not working from home is here to stayHow work-from-home policies have affected productivity in the workplace The three factors of a work-from-home “hotspot” that could explode in popularityHow more remote workers affect the housing market, migration, and home pricesWhether or not a recession could end the work-from-home movement and force workers back into the officeThe real estate markets that are starting to cool after huge home price appreciationAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramThe Do's and Don'ts of Returning to the Office by Adam GrantNBER: Pandemic-Induced Remote Work and Rising House PricesListen to Our Episode with Redfin’s Taylor Marr Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-25Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Climate change and real estate. Most people would say that they’re related, but not in a substantial way. We all know that homes can flood, catch fire, or be blown away from a tornado, but how many real estate investors are looking at the climate risk data before making a real estate-related decision? Institutional investors have been using climate change data to make educated decisions for decades, so why aren’t we doing the same?Cal Inman, lecturer at UC Berkeley and principal over at ClimateCheck, saw that real estate developers were regularly looking at climate data to make decisions. As a small landlord himself, he struggled to find this same type of data for his residential properties. As fire and flooding became more prevalent throughout the United States, Cal knew that this data was imperative for homeowners, not just large-scale investment firms. Now, thanks to ClimateCheck, homeowners, buyers, and sellers can look at the climate change-related risk before they put any money into a property. Cal also shares why and where climate risk is rising, the safer parts of the US to invest in, and how different regions of the country are preparing for more elevated climate-caused catastrophes. If you’re investing on the coasts, in the plains, or anywhere in between, the data could completely change your investing strategy. In This Episode We CoverHow real estate developers use climate data to make better investing decisions Whether or not climate risk is rising and in which markets is it impacting the mostWhy coastal investors especially need to be specific about where they decide to buy What small investors can do to mitigate the risk of losing their properties to climate emergencies The impact climate change will have on US migration and renting/buying trends And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramCheck Your Home’s Climate Related Risk with ClimateCheckRedfin and ClimateCheck’s Guide to Climate DataHow Much Risk Does Climate Change Actually Pose To Real Estate?Connect with Cal:ClimateCheckCal's LinkedInCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-24Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The US economy has seen a couple of recessions over the past two decades. The most brutal one being the great recession, which remains an anomalous event. Fast forward twelve or so years, and we entered into the 2020 recession, one of the fastest recessions ever recorded that resulted in a massive run-up of stock, crypto, and real estate prices. Now, as a recession looms on the horizon, Americans are struggling to figure out whether or not we’re about to hit a short-term speed bump or a long-term depression.So many different economists, newscasters, and financial bloggers love to debate whether or not we’re truly in a recession. By definition, we should be, but the experts are slowly taking their time, trying to calculate the true impact of this latest economic cycle we’ve entered. But does being in a recession really matter? Yes, recessions affect almost every aspect of financial life. Labor slows down, consumer prices go up while asset prices drop, and it’s harder to make economic progress. But, is that what we’re experiencing in 2022, or is the term “recession” just propping up fabricated fear that matters far less than we think?In this bonus episode of On The Market, Dave gives his insight into whether or not the US economy has entered a recession, how this affects real estate investors, and why experts can’t agree on a definition. If you’re actively investing, Dave gives some good advice on how to keep your head screwed on straight while every news outlet plays chicken little.In This Episode We CoverWhy experts can’t agree on whether or not we’ve entered a recessionGDP decline and how inflation has outpaced our growth as an economyHow past recessions compare to what we’re going through today and what we can learn from themMortgage and interest rates and how a further economic decline could affect investorsThe three most important metrics to watch as a recession becomes more likelyThe key performance indicators that show economic growth, not declineAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramOn The Market 14 with Logan MohtashamiOn The Market 17 with Rick ShargaOur Recent Panel Discussion on Home PricesU.S. GDP Shrinks By 0.9%—White House and Experts Push Back On Recession ClaimsCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-23Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Your next property purchase might just be a 3D-printed house. Don’t believe us? With lower housing costs, immediately replaceable/printable parts, and homes that can be built in six months (or less), traditional real estate developers may find themselves in a pinch when trying to compete against these perfect printable properties. With a huge inventory shortage and housing crisis throughout the United States, 3D-printed homes may just be the ultimate solution nobody believed could happen.As a true believer, Zachary Mannheimer, CEO and founder of Alquist 3D, knew that 3D printed houses would sooner or later become the future. With labor and material costs skyrocketing and real estate development becoming eye-wateringly expensive, Zachary became keen on finding an affordable solution. His team now has plans to build 200+ homes for underserved communities and has already begun expansion across the eastern United States.And this isn’t all theory. Zachary’s team has already built multiple 3D printed homes, one of which has a family living in it. They’re facing an influx of orders and can’t keep up with demand, but are slowly building economies of scale to make 3D printed housing one of the biggest industries in America. Zachary confidently estimates that by 2025, you won’t be asking if 3D printing is possible, you’ll be asking when you can preorder your next property.In This Episode We CoverThe true cost of a 3D printed house and how labor and material costs will shrink as the industry expandsProject Virginia and how Zachary’s team is building affordable, high-quality housing for communities with rock-bottom inventoryHow to buy and build a 3D printed home by working with Alquist 3DThe new 3D printing industry that will create hundreds of thousands of jobs over the next decadeHow long it takes to build a 3D printed house and how to print your own materialsAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramJamil's InstagramKathy's InstagramCheck Out Zachary on This Month’s BiggerNews EpisodeWatch 3D Homes Get PrintedConnect with Zachary:Zachary’s Team at Alquist Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-22Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Is some alleviation from inflated home prices headed our way? Over the past two years, sellers have taken the housing market for a ride, getting dozens of offers on every listed house. No matter the condition, area, or age of the property, buyers were filling open houses every weekend just to make an over-asking offer on what should be a reasonably priced house. Now, the tables are starting to turn, and as a result, sellers are getting desperate. Interest rates are rising and buyers are backing out of the market by the dozen. Instead of twenty offers in a weekend, sellers are looking at two, and none of them are over asking price. This is good news for home buyers and great news for investors, as deals are becoming easier to come by while the housing market hysteria takes a breather. We brought the entire On The Market panel in this week to see where they’re finding deals, how their own markets are fairing, and what investors should look for on the horizon as demand steadily starts to slow. We also go into the future of housing inventory and how another inventory crisis could be coming soon. In This Episode We CoverJune housing market updates and why the housing market is starting to slowWhy fear-first sellers are dramatically lowering their asking prices simply to sellCould we enter into another inventory crisis and why some investors think this dip is only temporaryWhere to find deals in today’s market and why real estate agents may become a phenomenal deal source for youHow flippers and BRRRRers can prepare for housing prices to head back down And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramJamil's InstagramKathy's InstagramGrab This Episode's Data Drop (Lead Indicator Data for US Housing Markets)Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-21Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Real estate wholesaling is one of the most hated, commonly criticized, and least-trusted types of real estate investing. Most people paint real estate wholesalers as those who lie to sellers, incorrectly run comps, and try to market bad deals to unexpected investors. This is all said while top real estate investors around the country continue to buy from wholesalers. So what is it? Are real estate wholesalers a parasite to the property investing industry or are they the symbiotic counterpart every successful investor needs?To put it simply, wholesaling real estate is when a wholesaler will put a property under contract for a certain price, then market the property to investors at a higher price, and keep the difference once the property is handed off. Think of wholesalers as the middlemen between a distressed seller and a real estate investor looking for undervalued deals. In a perfect world, all three parties walk away from the transaction happy. But how often does this happen?Jamil Damji, James Dainard, and Henry Washington are on this week to talk about how to wholesale, what most wholesalers get wrong, and whether or not real estate wholesaling still works in 2022. Jamil and James are both active wholesalers, while Henry often buys his properties from wholesalers. They give a “wholesaling 101” course to any new investor looking to find deals as well as to new wholesalers trying to get their seed money started.In This Episode We CoverWhether or not a recession is here and how high interest rates may go in 2022What is wholesaling and why real estate wholesalers are so hated in the industryIs 2022 a good time to start wholesaling or should investors wait until home prices dropWhy wholesaling may be the single best way to get a world-class real estate investing educationWhich properties to wholesale vs. keep when investing and flipping contractsVetting your wholesaler and how to know you’re buying a real dealAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramJamil's InstagramGrab This Episode's Data Drop (Questions to Ask Your Wholesaler)The Newbie’s Guide to Wholesaling in 7 Simple StepsThe Big Mistake I Used to Make When Qualifying Wholesaling LeadsCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-20Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Does a stock market crash affect real estate? We’ve seen home prices hit record growth over the past two years, with a slight slowdown happening right now. But nothing in the real estate market compares to the stock market selloff that has happened over the past six months. Index funds are down over twenty percent year to date, tech companies are quickly losing valuation, and the stock market doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. Is this an opportunity for real estate investors?Instead of letting landlords try to explain how equities work, we brought on Clay Finck from the Millennial Investing podcast to help educate us on what a good (or bad) buy looks like. Clay has spent years learning about value investing from the best stock trader of all time, Warren Buffett. He’s designed his portfolio to model the trading techniques Buffett engineered and thinks that this latest dip poses some interesting opportunities for investors of any asset class.Clay talks about recession-resistant stock picks, how to know whether a company is under or over-valued, and why stock investing could be a more passive alternative for the stressed-out landlord. We also have our panel of expert guests give their take on the stock market, how real estate investors should invest, and what their own portfolios look like. If you’re heavy on the real estate investing side of things, make sure you listen until the end, as there are some serious stock buying opportunities you may have never thought of.In This Episode We CoverHow the Fed influences the stock market through quantitative easing and rate hikesWhich stocks win during a recession (and which ones to stay away from)Dividend stocks and how to cash flow without owning any real estateDollar-cost averaging as a smarter way to invest even as prices fallWhether or not to put your money into the stock market to save for your next dealWhy some stock investors are ditching equities to make headache-free gains in real estateAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramKathy's InstagramGrab Your Ticket to BPCon 2022Which is Better? 145 Years of Real Estate vs. StocksGet Featured in Our “Crowd Source” Section by Posting on The BiggerPockets Forums“Millennial Investing" PodcastBooks Mentioned in the ShowReal Estate 101 by Michele CaganConnect with Clay:Clay's TwitterCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-19Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Short-term rental investing has been one of the most profitable, fastest-growing types of real estate investing strategies in decades. When the events of 2020 happened, most vacation rental owners thought that their passive income stream had been shut off, only for the exact opposite to happen in a big way. With low interest rates, investors were scooping up short-term rentals every second they could, and their occupancy rates just kept on increasing. But is all of that about to change?We’re back with another bonus episode of On The Market where Dave does a data-first deep dive into what’s happening with the short-term rental market. From occupancy rates to second home sell-offs, and hotels regaining their prestige—everything you wanted to know about vacation rental investing is packaged up for you in this short-term rental recap.Dave also gets into the recession data behind short-term rental investing and why some investors might be calling a quits too quickly. And even with interest rates rising, a buying opportunity may be on the horizon for investors who are fast enough!In This Episode We CoverWhether or not demand has stayed consistent as the economy enters into uncharted territoryHotels vs. hosts and which vacation stay is getting more popular over the next few monthsHow inflation is affecting the average American’s vacation budget and what that means for investorsSecond-home demand and why so many owners are looking to sellThe massive influx of new vacation rentals and the effect it's taking on occupancyAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelIt’s Not Too Late to Join the Short-Term Rental Investing GameSign Up For the BiggerPockets Short-Term Rental BootcampAccess More Short-Term Rental Data with AirDNAWatch Tony Robinson’s Video on Short-Term Rental Investing in 2022Dave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-18Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Will housing prices drop in 2022? There may seem like an obvious answer to this question, “of course with interest rates rising housing prices will drop.” But, that’s not exactly what the data shows, especially when you take into account that 2022 is not a normal housing market by any means. We had high demand, which is starting to cool, but housing prices are still far from affordable. And with so many homeowners enjoying huge equity boosts, is there even a possibility that foreclosures could fill the supply gap?Instead of postulating about what will or won’t happen, we brought on an industry expert who can give a data-first decision on which way the housing market will move. Rick Sharga, EVP of Market Intelligence at ATTOM, knows the data. He spends the majority of his waking hours scanning through copious amounts of housing market information so he can give investors and real estate professionals a true, unbiased opinion on what will happen next.Rick goes deep into demand, what’s causing it and whether or not it has been suppressed thanks to interest rate hikes. We also touch on the foreclosure “crisis” that never happened, how forbearance programs worked, and why we’re starting to (finally) see an uptick of foreclosures, many of which could make great investment properties. Lastly, you’ll hear why waiting out the housing market could be a move many investors shouldn’t make.In This Episode We CoverWhy interest rate hikes are affecting the housing market faster than we thoughtThe possibility of a housing market crash and what it means for investorsForbearance and foreclosures explained and what makes this market different from 2008“Emotional equity” and how it could keep home prices high for years to comeBuying rental properties at auction and what to know before you make a bidWhy waiting for lower homes prices could cost you tens of thousands moreAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramJamil's InstagramKathy's InstagramGrab Your Ticket to BPCon 2022BiggerPockets Podcast 604ATTOM Insights for Real Estate InvestorsConnect with RickRick's LinkedInRick's TwitterCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-17Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Everyone wants to know how to invest during a recession. We get it—things aren’t looking too good. Inflation is crossing all-time high territory, your rent is going up and so are interest rates, and many investors are wondering if a stock market crash is on the horizon. It’s normal to be scared, but it’s even smarter to do something while all the other investors are trapped in analysis paralysis. If you do want to invest, what should you do?We’re back with another bonus episode of On The Market where we’re tackling the not-so-simple question, “should I invest in 2022?” If you think a bunch of real estate investors are biased, you may be right, but we’d highly encourage you to listen to the very end of this episode, as each guest on our expert panel explains why they’re doing what they’re doing and why you should try it too.Recessions are traditionally when much of the population loses money, but it doesn’t have to be that way for informed investors. A world of opportunity is waiting for you, even if you have no money or experience going into this year. If you take what our expert guests say to heart, there’s a good chance you’ll not only make it out alive in 2022, but you’ll also have a lot more wealth than when you started.In This Episode We CoverJuly housing market updates and what has happened since the start of the yearIs the housing market starting to cool? And if so, what should investors do?How to start investing NOW and getting a real estate deal in the next thirty daysWhat to do if/when the housing market crashes (and how to profit from it)How to invest in 2022 and whether or not buy-and-hold rentals are still a safe betThe no-cash-needed way to start making money in real estate And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelData DropJamil’s Appraisal RulesRent vs. Buy vs. House Hack CalculatorFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramJamil's InstagramKathy's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-16Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Renting vs buying a house. It’s an easy decision. If you have the option to buy, you should buy. Shouldn’t you? That line of thinking, according to Ken Johnson, real estate economics expert, can cost you a lot of money. His team at Florida Atlantic University, along with other data–first economic experts, have spent a lot of time studying whether or not it makes more sense to rent or buy a home.Ken breaks down how most Americans have gotten the rent vs buy debate all wrong, how renters can beat homeowners to long-term wealth, and which housing conditions lead to better deals. We also bring in our expert panel of guests to get their take on whether or not owning is a smarter choice than renting. You’ll hear multiple opinions on how you can make a more lucrative decision on your first primary residence and whether being a “renter-landlord” makes sense in 2022.Surprisingly, in a time when more people are being forced into renting, Ken describes how “corporate landlords” could benefit the housing market, not deteriorate it. If you’re worried about the United States turning into a “renter nation”, Ken offers a glimmer of hope on why that may not be the case, and how even if it was, it wouldn’t be a bad thing.In This Episode We CoverRenting vs buying a home and which decision makes the most sense for you in 2022Which real estate markets are about to see wild price drops in the coming yearsThe housing affordability problem and why renting has become cheaper than owningWhether or not more corporate/Wall Street landlords is a good thing for rentersSubsidizing your mortgage/rent by house hacking or rent hackingHow renting and buying rental properties could be a win-win for average AmericansAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsTry The BiggerPockets “Rent or Buy Tool”Big Radius ToolBH&J Buy vs. Rent IndexTop 100 Housing MarketsWaller, Weeks and Johnson Rental IndexDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry's BiggerPockets ProfileJames' BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's InstagramJames' InstagramJamil's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-15Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The housing market is confusing, to say the least. In 2020, at the start of lockdowns, nearly everyone you spoke to had the opinion that the housing market was headed straight for a crash. Not only was this wrong, but it was the opposite of what the data was saying. While mainstream news outlets and “2008 crash bros” were painting a picture of foreclosures, price drops, and bottomed-out demand, Logan Mohtashami was singing a far different tune. Logan had been looking diligently at the data (like he does most days over at HousingWire) and he saw patterns that didn’t at all reflect the last recession. Instead, Logan predicted a runup in prices, hot buyer demand, and very low rates of foreclosures. In a time when almost everyone with a public voice was calling for an apocalyptic housing scene, Logan predicted much differently. Now, two or so years later, we can see just how right he was. We’ve brought this beloved data-first housing market deep diver onto the show to answer some of our most burning questions. Logan hits on how housing inventory got so low, what will force demand back down, why new property taxes are bad news for buyers, and the smartest move an investor can make in 2022. In This Episode We CoverHow to dig ourselves out of the housing inventory hole we’ve createdThe “forbearance” myth that most housing market forecasters missedWhy buying a home may be the smartest hedge against inflation of the decadeProperty taxes and why homeowners should (or shouldn’t) start to worry about themHousing markets to look out for that may see demand drop after huge appreciation pumpsWhy investors need to look at data “the right way” instead of relying on prominent internet forecastersAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's InstagramMortgage Applications Decrease in Latest MBA Weekly SurveyNearly 1 in 5 Sellers is Dropping Their PriceGet 50% off HousingWire+ Using Code “LoganVIP50"Is The Housing Market About to Collapse? What Investors Need to KnowConnect with Logan:Logan's HousingWireLogan's TwitterLogan's WebsiteLogan's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-14Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
House flipping, rental property investing, wholesaling, and every other type of real estate investing has had an incredibly profitable run-up over the past two years. Days on market shrunk as buyer demand soared and supply dried up. Flippers, rental property investors, and everyone in between saw profit margins they couldn’t have imagined before. But, now that may all change.Rising interest rates have stopped many would-be homebuyers from making offers, forcing them back into renting instead of sending in over-asking bids. Now, home equity and flipping profits are starting to see a lag, as mortgage applications significantly slow down, showings become far less crowded, and price cuts become the new norm. Are we at the beginning of a real estate recession, and if so, how can we best prepare to still profit during the downturn?James Dainard, master flipper, investor, and “On The Market” guest, has had to readjust almost every way he analyzes real estate deals. He’s managed to cash in some serious flipping profits over the past two years but understands that this year will be different. He shares exactly how smaller landlords, real estate investors, flippers, and wholesalers can “pad their profits” so they don’t get burnt on their next real estate deal. In This Episode We CoverWhy price drops have doubled even though many homes are selling above asking priceSeller FOMO (fear of missing out) and why now may be a great time to find phenomenal dealsWhy cash flow has reemerged as the most important investing metric for rental property ownersThe 1% rule and why using it on every property could cost you money Readjusting your expectations as a flipper and how to “pad your profits” the right wayWhether or not you should “trade up” your rental properties to protect your portfolioAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramMortgage Applications Decrease in Latest MBA Weekly SurveyNearly 1 in 5 Sellers is Dropping Their PriceConnect with James:ProjectRE with James DainardCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-13Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Inflation and interest rates—two things we rarely talk about when the market is going smoothly. Just this week, the Federal Reserve made some stark moves surrounding interest rates with the hope of cooling down the rampant inflation we’re experiencing. But what exactly is causing all this inflation and are interest rates really going to change anything?Welcome to a bonus “On The Market” update from your favorite data deli nerd, Dave Meyer, who serves you fresh salami and cheese similes and turkey and mayo metaphors so you can know the housing market a bit better. This time, we’re talking about how inflation and interest rates rises could affect the housing market, what’s behind all the madness, and what it means for you, the local homebuyer or real estate investor.The recent updates from the Fed are BIG news, but they shouldn't worry you too much if you know the reasons behind their decisions. Staying ahead of the inflation curve can help put you in a position to build wealth, even when everyone else thinks the sky is falling.In This Episode We CoverInterest rate updates and why the Fed and Jerome Powell are making these drastic decisionsInflation explained and why we’re experiencing such high price surgesSupply and demand and how this lopsided duo is hurting the economyWhat would need to happen before a more normalized market comes aboutWhether or not an economic recession is around the cornerAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHow to Prepare for a RecessionOur Inflation Dilemma—What The Fed Won’t Tell YouThe Fed’s Plan for Future Interest RatesGet Housing Market Data from RedfinCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-12Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Over the past two years, home prices have looked as if they’re never going to drop. With record-low interest rates, a newly formed remote work culture, and millennials at peak homebuying age, who would have thought that lower home prices would come so soon. Although traditionally affordable areas of the United State are still teetering on “overpriced” status, many high-priced markets are seeing negative population growth, and home prices are getting hit as a result.This is just one of the topics we touch on in our in-depth interview with Redfin’s Deputy Chief Economist, Taylor Marr. Taylor, like our own Dave Meyer, spends his days digging through the most important real estate data around. Whether it’s housing market updates, inflation and interest rate changes, or migration patterns, Taylor is on it long before you read one of his team’s excellent articles. As a key member of one of the leading companies distributing accurate, timely real estate data, he knows the housing market better than almost anyone else.Taylor’s insight is invaluable if you’re looking to migrate to a new part of the nation, invest in a new market, or debate whether or not to sell a property you own. He goes over supply and demand, how the “lock-in” effect has stalled the housing market, which real estate markets are primed for huge growth, and which could suffer serious financial fallout from a lack of homebuyers, renters, and demand.In This Episode We CoverWhat caused so many Americans to buy homes in new parts of the countryHow “cash-rich” homebuyers caused region-specific inflation in their areasThe migration patterns to pay attention to when analyzing a real estate marketWhich cities are primed for rent and home price growth, declines, or stagnationHow the “lock-in” effect is prompting more homebuyers to wait out the housing marketWhy we’ve started to see home sales decline as more homebuyers resort to rentingAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseStay Up to Date on The Biggest Housing Market MovesInventory Shortage Could Continue As Interest Rates Rise and Homeowners Feel “Locked-In”What Can U-Haul Rates Tell Us About U.S. Migration Patterns?Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsConnect with Dave and Our Panel of GuestsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's InstagramJames’ BiggerPockets ProfileJames' InstagramJamil’s BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's InstagramKathy’s BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's InstagramConnect with TaylorTaylor's LinkedInTaylor's TwitterCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-11Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
One man knows how to prepare for a recession arguably better than anyone else. He’s been able to build wealth during multiple different economic cycles, not only surviving but thriving in the process. With decades of experience in real estate investing, advising, and mentoring, J Scott, author of Recession-Proof Real Estate Investing, stands as a testament that not everyone gets washed away when an economic tsunami comes crashing down.We spend some time asking J about how we got to the current economic stage we’re in, what the economy looks like today, and how we can prepare ourselves for the future of high interest rates, falling asset prices, and real estate steals of the century. If you’re feeling anxious about investing in 2022, J Scott is the guest you should listen to. For our due diligence portion of the show, we’ll be asking James Dainard, Jamil Damji, and Kathy Fettke all about recession prep and rebalancing your real estate portfolio. While almost everyone in our expert panel has different advice for different investing strategies, they all agree on one thing: there is still plenty of money to be made in the realm of real estate!In This Episode We CoverEconomic cycles explained and why we may be “overdue” for a crashWhat causes inflation and why it manifests itself in rising interest rates How to prepare for a recession, even if you’re brand new to real estate investingWholesaling vs. flipping and which strategy will win during economic downturns Whether or not we’ll see home prices drop if a recession hits in the near future How to “rebalance” your real estate portfolio so you don’t catch a falling knife And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseSeasonally-Adjusted Housing Data with RedfinGrab J’s Book “Recession-Proof Real Estate Investing” and Use Code “MARKETPROOF” at CheckoutConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's InstagramJames’ BiggerPockets ProfileJames' InstagramJamil’s BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's InstagramKathy’s BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's InstagramBook Mentioned in the ShowRecession-Proof Real Estate Investing by J ScottConnect with J ScottJ's WebsiteJ's BiggerPockets ProfileCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-10See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Home flipping, wholesaling, and BRRRR-ing rental properties are all solid options in the real estate investing space. But, as most experienced investors know, different markets favor different strategies. In some markets, flipping outweighs the risk of renting out a property, while in others, something like the BRRRR strategy is a no-brainer. In 2022, after two years worth of wild appreciation and huge rent raises, which strategy is the best for investors?We couldn’t have this sort of debate without our buy-and-hold expert, Henry Washington, our master house flipper, James Dainard, and our wholesale addict, Jamil Damji. Together, they each bring their own unique outlook on these strategies and give advice on which is the best to use for certain types of deals. Henry, James, and Jamil bring real-life deals to debate, and you’ll hear how experts analyze properties, even with just basic information.If you’ve enjoyed listening to On The Market, we would love it if you gave us your feedback on the On The Market BiggerPockets Forums. Participate in our audience feedback survey or give us your take on the current housing market. Let us know what you think so we can keep making episodes that help you on your investing journey!In This Episode We CoverWhether or not secondary home sales will see a drop off after record purchases How the “Lock-In” effect could cause housing inventory to shrink even moreThrowing away a $2.5M wholesale deal to build far greater wealth Wholetailing vs. flipping and how to know which strategy works for which propertyWhether to BRRRR or flip a property and the long-term effects of your decision Short-term rental sales and whether or not vacation rental occupancy rates will declineAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseHow the "Lock-in Effect" Will Impact the Housing Market for DecadeDemand For Second Homes Is Way Down From Last Year’s BoomConnect with Dave and Our Panel of GuestsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry’s BiggerPockets ProfileHenry's InstagramJames’ BiggerPockets ProfileJames' InstagramJamil’s BiggerPockets ProfileJamil's InstagramKathy’s BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-9See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
When we talk about recession indicators, we usually talk about things like housing price drops, mass layoffs, heavy unemployment, and overleveraged consumers. It seems like every time you turn on the news, someone is touting a return of the great recession, without much to back it up. Since the housing market plays such a pivotal role in the economy, we decided to have a housing market recap with our expert investors Henry Washington, James Dainard, and Kathy Fettke, to see if their metrics point to a recession.In a strange time like 2022, almost every real estate investor is starting to get nervous. Home prices continue to rise, and inventory is almost as low as it’s ever been, but at the same time, high interest rates don’t make buying expensive homes attractive anymore. Is there still any juice left to squeeze in this year’s housing market, or are we on a fast track to foreclosures, price cuts, and peak buying opportunities for investors?In this episode, we’ll touch on it all so you can stay confident in these wild times. Dave and our panel of experts will explore why showings have dropped for new homes, unemployment rate updates, “data traps” you can fall into, how tech stock slumps pose a threat to real estate, and how to adjust your numbers when money costs more. In This Episode We CoverThe current housing market supply and demand and what it foreshadows for the futureWhat the “recession indicators” are saying and why it differs from mainstream thought Inflation, employment, and which industry may have layoffs lying around the corner The “lock-in” effect causing most homeowners to hold instead of sell What a “recession” would look like in 2022 and planning for price dropsAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseLowering Your House Flipping Costs During High-Inflation TimesDave’s Interview with Daren Blomquist on ForeclosuresConnect with Dave and Our Panel of GuestsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry’s BiggerPockets ProfileJames’ BiggerPockets ProfileJamil’s BiggerPockets ProfileKathy’s BiggerPockets ProfileCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-8See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Gas prices, unemployment rates, and home sales have been headlining topics for the past two years. Every other day we’re hearing about a record surge in a certain type of asset, leaving many investors wondering when this market madness will come to an end. To help us understand a bit more about the economic indicators affecting our daily lives, we invited Planet Money and The Indicator’s Stacey Vanek Smith on the show.Stacey has an enormous presence in the economic podcasting world and has helped pioneer some of the most-listened-to content about what drives and divides our economy. Today, she talks to Dave Meyer and Kathy Fettke about the most important economic indicators that investors should watch out for. Thankfully, she brings news not just about interest rates and inflation—Stacey has some genuinely positive news about the post-pandemic economic recovery. One of the key topics of this show is how work-from-home and remote lifestyles have prompted a “real estate reset” that may potentially even out the United States housing market. If you’re a real estate investor, homeowner, or renter, this information will be crucial for decisions that will affect not only your current life but your future potential to build wealth. If you enjoyed our interview with Stacey, we highly recommend getting her new book Machiavelli for Women: Defend Your Worth, Grow Your Ambition, and Win the Workplace!In This Episode We CoverHow to recover from the “divided economy” we find ourselves in todayIs the great resignation here to stay, and if so, what does it mean for home prices?Unemployment “JOLTS” that affect labor prices and worker supply Why and how energy prices have skyrocketed and the effects that come with itThe two most important economic indicators real estate investors should pay attention toThe positive economic effects of a worldwide pandemic and global lockdown And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundrisePlanet Money PodcastThe Indicator from Planet MoneyPlanet Money Summer SchoolConnect with Dave and Our Panel of GuestsDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramHenry’s BiggerPockets ProfileJames’ BiggerPockets ProfileJamil’s BiggerPockets ProfileKathy’s BiggerPockets ProfileConnect with StaceyStacey Vanek Smith’s WebsiteCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-7See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Charlie Spierto

what a bunch of amateurs (2nd half).

Jul 24th
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