The Earnings’ Season So Far Is Disastrous. Real Estate Crash Is The Next Shoe To Drop

 

 

Real Estate Crash Is The Next Shoe To Drop

We believe the Real Estate market may be the next big asset revaluation event as consumers continue to process the COVID-19 virus crisis and the consequences of this event.

The past few weeks and months have been very interesting to see how the global central banks and governments have attempted to position themselves ahead of this COVID-19 virus event.  We continue to suggest that we are just starting the process of navigating through this potentially destructive virus event.  We believe the sudden onset of the virus pandemic has sent a shock-wave throughout the globe in terms of expectations and valuations that are, just now, starting to become “real”.  Let us try to explain our thinking and how this relates to Real Estate…

Before we continue much further, we suggest taking a moment to review our previous research articles related to the Real Estate market which we predicted the selloff and falling values. Both of these articles were at the top of the Yahoo finance and Google with hundreds of thousands the week we posted them:

Real Estate Crash Predicted Part I – Click Here
Real Estate Crash Predicted Part II – Click Here

The COVID-19 virus event is a global crisis event that is currently in the very early stages of consumer psychological processing.  All types of crisis events prompt some forms of typical human reaction.  We believe the Real Estate market may be the next big asset revaluation event as consumers continue to process the COVID-19 virus crisis and the consequences of this event.

Real Estate Cycles

Real Estate cycles typically transition through the following phases as supply and demand functions work through the markets.  Pay attention to the middle of this cycle chart.  In the Expansion and HyperSupply stages, once supply peaks and prices somewhat peak/stabilize, a transition takes place in the market where buyers chase premium properties and push price levels moderately higher.  The Recession Cycle is typically a disruptive cycle that is the result of an economic/income disruption.  When people can’t earn enough to satisfy their debt obligations and or provide for their families, then the Real Estate cycle begins to contract.

(Source: www.carealtytraining.com)

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