Selling Real Estate

Sellers Liquidating Houses. 50% PRICE CUTS. (check Zillow)

50% of Real Estate Listings in Cities like Phoenix, Seattle, and Salt Lake City now have reduced Home Prices. Sellers are getting desperate in these cities and want to liquidate before the 2022 Housing Crash gets worse.

The US Housing Market Bubble is turning into a Housing Crash fast. Homebuyers are dropping out and Sellers are cutting prices. Especially on the West Coast (Washington, Arizona, and California) and South (Texas and Florida). And this is liking just getting started.

WATCH: April 19th Video Predicting the Price Cut Surge:

Because record-high Home Prices, Home Building, and a backlog of Evictions/Foreclosures means that Inventory is likely to keep increasing through 2022. Meanwhile, a looming Recession could further deteriorate Homebuyer Demand and cause the Housing Crash to get worse.

On top of all of this – the Federal Reserve and Jerome Powell have been hiking interest rates, which have caused Mortgage Rates to surge. They have also started Quantitative Tightening, which will take money out of the system.


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