Should You Buy Real Estate in 2019?

Should You Buy Real Estate in 2019?

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One of the most common questions we hear is, “Is now a good time to buy real estate?” Especially as we embark into 2019 and you set your goals for the year, it’s important that you consider whether or not it’s a favorable time to buy.

In this video, we’re diving into this complex question of whether or not you should invest in 2019. I’m sharing data from a recent study, my plans for investing in 2019, and much more about the future of the real estate market.

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12 thoughts on “Should You Buy Real Estate in 2019?

  1. Hi Clayton, you make a good point about real estate accruing in value by 3-5% annually, but this is not necessarily the case in all markets.

    Take, for example, the whole of the Illinois real estate market. Home values, particularly low value rental homes, are decreasing in value due in large part to high property tax. It is not unusual for a homeowner to pay as high as 4 or 5 percent of assessed home value each year in property tax, and that amount will likely be increased due to the Illinois state pension crises, among other government fiscal issues.

    For comparison, my home state of Indiana caps personal property tax @1%. If the entire value of the home is taxed away in two decades, the home becomes a rental from the state government, in addition to the mortgage payment and home insurance.

  2. Very keen to get started but as a non-US citizen (Australian), I'm a little nervous about the refinancing stage (i.e property number two and beyond) of the journey.

  3. I've been trying to buy another commercial income property for 6 months here in Texas…. Buying is easy…. Getting a RETURN isn't.

  4. Rising interest rates.rising dollar. Commodities well off there high,It’s been hot for a while…tread lightly. Just saying

  5. I plan on investing. Just finalized three refinances yesterday. Going to use that equity to add to my 27 unit portfolio

  6. I am aggressively buying single family homes, as many as I can get my hands on, in the greater Las Vegas NV area, which is slowing quickly.
    It's not "blood in the streets", yet, but I cannot wait any longer for the crash.
    I am finding deals with 20% to 40% cash on cash return.
    I am flipping these deals to experienced rental property owners.

  7. Do I need to leave my home in NY, outside of NYC and go to these areas to look for these b and c class homes ? Indiana, Ohio, Maryland?

  8. Currently selling my house. Getting ready to purchase buy and hold properties. Also looking forward to purchasing properties with Morris invest this year

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