Printing, Reproducing or Distributing Charts or Tables


Can I print, reproduce or distribute any charts or tables?


The charts, tables, videos, commentary and all other materials inside the HousingAlerts Members Area are for your personal use only. They are copyright protected and cannot be copied or redistributed in any manner, free or otherwise. (Obviously,

Monthly Subscription Fee


Why is there a monthly subscription fee?


Your upfront investment works out to a couple dollars per market for the most accurate market cycle analysis system on the planet. Our closest competitor charges a one-time fee of $400 for **each** market, **each quarter**… and still doesn’t provide any actionable data or analysis.

Investing in Small Towns in Rural Areas

Unfortunately, small rural areas do not have enough transactions each quarter to create a statistically valid sample size. In general, they follow the trends of nearby larger markets. is a top-level market analysis tool – it answers the most important question of “when & where” you should invest. Once you know the state of the market and it’s cycle,

Effect of HousingAlerts System to Buying Tax Certificates


Does HousingAlerts system have any effect on buying tax certificates?


HousingAlerts has an effect on buying tax certificates. It lets you know what areas of the country are set for appreciation so you can maximize your efforts by focusing your investing in these areas, no matter what strategy you use to acquire properties.

Changing of Market

HousingAlerts does not normally allow a change of market(s) unless the customer upgrades his level of subscription. The upgrade can either be from Monthly Plan to Annual Plan or from a lower level like 1-City Level to 2-City Level or higher.

Last update of the article: 05/08/2020.

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Capitalization Rate (Cap Rate)


Does HousingAlerts tell or show the Cap Rate / Market Cap Rate for Apartment buildings?


HousingAlerts can and should be used to SET the risk adjusted Cap Rate so you can compare deals/properties in different markets on an apples-to-apples (risk adjusted) basis.

For example, a property in a crummy market should sell for less (higher Cap rate) than the ‘same’ property in a hot appreciating market.

Buying for Cash Flow vs. Appreciation

You should do a “sensitivity analysis” (a/k/a a “what if” or a “best case/worst case” analysis) as part of your Due Diligence or Syndication.

You will find that it’s the “assumed” appreciation (not cash flow) that is the main driver of your total ROI.

Last update of the article: 04/15/2020.

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Analysis of Potential Gains and Losses


After watching your Special Report video presentation, I was wondering how your analysis is coming to those dollar amounts of potential gains and losses of maintaining or selling a property in a specific area…..the reported amount differences seem quite high.


Yes, the difference is quite surprising when you don’t give your profits back in the down cycles.

Specific Fundamental Data Sets


Do you have any national new construction data, new home sold, booming new single family home construction markets, trends, new home construction cost per sq. ft. in different US Markets, etc?


Funny you ask about those specific Fundamental data sets!

In fact, we’re building a very big platform that will provide all kinds of Fundamental data,

Technical and Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis attempts to “read the future” by considering different factors that may or may not have a certain effect on price changes. There are a lot of examples in the webinar. One is interest rates. Interest rates are often cited as having a reverse proportional effect on price. When rates go up, prices go down and vice versa.

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