List of the 58 DECLINING
U.S. Real Estate Markets
Compared to last quarter, the total number of Qtr-over-Qtr declining markets has improved significantly!
Currently, 58 markets (14% of all U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last three months.
(See the entire list of declining markets below.)
In the previous quarter,
62 U.S. Markets Lost Value Yr-over-Yr
Compared to last quarter, the total number of Year-over-Year declining markets has improved significantly!
Currently, 62 markets (15% of ALL U.S. real estate) experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last year.
Our last Y-O-Y report showed that 102 markets had ‘real’ home price declines (they didn’t even keep up with inflation).
Published July 18, 2017
List of the 171 DECLINING U.S. Real Estate Markets
Compared to last quarter, the total number of declining markets has improved slightly, but it’s still very alarming.
42% of all U.S. Real Estate Markets Declined Q-o-Q
Currently, 171 markets experienced ‘real’ (inflation adjusted) declines over the last three months.
1/4th of U.S. Markets Lost Value Year-over-Year
It doesn’t feel right.
102 out of the 400 major real estate markets in the U.S. experienced ‘real’ decline in home value Year-Over-Year… they didn’t even keep up with inflation.
NO ONE is talking about this.
I’m not saying the sky is falling,
List of the 199 DECLINING U.S. Real Estate Markets
The previous Market Report caused lots of questions about when to use “Year-Over-Year” vs. “Quarter-Over-Quarter” data. When analyzing YOUR local market, you need to look at BOTH; they produce very different results in rapidly changing markets (that’s a good thing!).
Half of all real estate markets lost value Qtr-over-Qtr
Almost 1/5th of all markets lost value Yr-over-Yr
You can see from the two headlines above,
Half of all real estate
markets losing value Qtr-over-Qtr
Almost 1/5th of all markets losing value Yr-over-Yr
I just got back from a real estate mastermind conference; lots of very smart investors. NONE of them knew that nearly 1/5th of all major US real estate markets are now in decline.
They were blown away when I showed them the list (scroll down).
There are two ways to analyze any market; by its ‘Fundamental’ attributes or by its ‘Technical’ charts.
With the advent of personal computing and the internet, TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide.
TA is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.
The TAPS (Technical Analysis Point Score) indicator is an easy to understand, graphical way to show the results of complex Technical Analysis (TA) ‘Studies.’
The simple ‘slider ball’ can move a total of five notches starting from far left (Weak) to far right (Strong).
If the ball position has moved since the prior period,
Risks You Can’t Afford…
Imagine piling your family into your car in the middle of a cold, dark, rainy night then speeding down a twisting mountain road, never turning on your headlights, or buckling their seat belts.
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You’ve always heard real estate moves in cycles… but what does that mean?
More importantly, how can YOU profit from it?
As a general rule, prices for most things are stable (not cyclical) because changes in demand are quickly offset by adjusting supply. If you’re a widget manufacturer and more people want widgets,
You Would Never Believe What I’m About to Show You (Were it not for the Indisputable Evidence.)
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Automatic appreciation requires NO special real estate skills.
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It’s All About Knowing When to Sit Out THIS Part of the Dance.
If you followed my Las Vegas Illustration, you would know that compared to investing in Vegas real estate, even if you sat on the couch eating potato chips for all of the 80’s and 90’s – you still did much,