If you have lost significant money as an investor or personally, I know it never feels small. I’m sorry that happened to you.

There is something much bigger going on beneath the surface. Painting the recent real estate downturn as the “event of the century,” screaming that this has never ever happened before and that we will never ever recover from it makes for good headlines, but is it the truth?

We’ll start with the national market as a whole, and then drill down to the local level…

A chart showing U.S. overall home price appreciation cycles from 1976 to 2016

This chart shows the inflation adjusted home price appreciation and declines for the entire US since 1976.

The black horizontal line in the middle is at zero. Anything above that line indicates appreciation, below it means property values were declining.

The steep drop we just experienced, starting in ’06 isn’t that unusual. It also happened in the late 1970’s, and again in the late 80’s.

A chart showing the patterns in the U.S. overall home price appreciation cycles from 1976 to 2016

See how it falls like a rock, and then stairsteps its way back up?

I was in real estate for each of these three cycles – and without fail, the media makes it seem like this time is different.

Well, that’s baloney – it’s a typical real estate cycle – and they’re basically all the same…

Wish I had a dollar for each time I heard things like:

We’ll never see anything like this again.

Real Estate prices will never recover…

Blah, blah, blah…

In each case, after the crash, the market always works its way back up. That’s why it’s called a cycle.

(You’re already probably imagining just how much money you could make if you knew the cycle. I know, it’s outrageous. I’ll show you exactly how to know the cycle, something that nobody else is doing. Click here now.

The same U.S. overall home price appreciation cycles chart from 1976 to 2016 with a green upward arrow showing the first upswing in 1976.

You can see it clearly here. It’s a repeatable pattern of up, down, up, down, up, down.

The same U.S. overall home price appreciation cycles chart from 1976 to 2016 with up and down arrows showing how real estate operates in cycles

These cycles have been going on for hundreds of years. The only thing ‘special’ about this LAST one is that you may have gotten caught up in it…

As you can see, real estate is outrageously cyclical.

That’s a good thing because it makes these cycles easier to predict.

If you knew when your local market was going to peak, bottom out, or stay on a steady path of appreciation, could you invest more wisely?

That’s where the money is.

The key is knowing when and where these cycles will occur.

If real estate is so cyclical, why hasn’t anyone been able to predict these cycles?

The short answer is:

No one tracked market psychology and momentum until now… (Go Ahead! You Know You Want To! You NEED To Click It!)



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