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What does a "Normal" real estate market look like?

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

Release Date: 10/07/2018

New 2020 Prediction! Rents & Home Prices Up! show art New 2020 Prediction! Rents & Home Prices Up!

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

Secrets To Understanding This Expected Home Value Growth! Zillow is confident home prices will accelerate as we move into the 2020 home buying season! While the rate of growth of home prices has slowed, Zillows latest take on the market indicates that with low inventory and increasing demand, we are likely going to see the home buying market heat up substantially. We have seen other sources that show we should expect to see home prices getting more inflated by a low inventory in a variety of markets across the country. Another aspect of this story is that within it, Zillow shares a few great...

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Home Builder Confidence Drops to 74%- Time To Panic? show art Home Builder Confidence Drops to 74%- Time To Panic?

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

The Home Builder Survey Is One Of The Least Reliable Around! When it comes to new home construction, we need to learn that actions speak louder than words! This week we will be taking a look at one of the most reviewed surveys in the world of real estate. That is the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) confidence numbers. Every month, those who watch the real estate market seem to hang on the results of this survey. However, for those that have been listening to my show, they know that while it might be interesting to know what the builders of future homes may say, it is almost always...

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California is coming for your natural gas show art California is coming for your natural gas

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

Is legislating no more natural gas a good thing or a bad thing for Californians? The trend is becoming impossible to ignore. More and more communities are making it illegal to build new homes with natural gas. In fact, it sounds like the ultimate goal is to eliminate natural gas all together and ultimately require home owners to replace gas appliances with electric options. This seems like an odd move when California has still not solved its electric grid issues. In fact, in the ultimate irony, California is moving power plants over to natural gas . So while you won't be able to have it in...

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Real Estate Markets With The Most And The Least Recovery show art Real Estate Markets With The Most And The Least Recovery

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

What can we learn from examining the major metro areas that have had the most and the least recovery since the real estate downturn?   On todays show we are going to review some interesting research from the good folks over at . There are some very familiar cities on both of these lists. This is not a list that is going to define whether you should or should not invest in these areas. However, if you learn about the rental markets, get some familiarity with these metros and apply a little thought - you can tease out more data that will help you make a more informed decision on the best...

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California City Makes It Illegal To Do Criminal Background Checks! show art California City Makes It Illegal To Do Criminal Background Checks!

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

Landlords in Oakland, CA can no longer do criminal background checks. Here is why that is a stupid idea. Yeah, sorry, spoiler alert - a city government did something stupid - shocker. This one is a big deal tho. It reveals not only the Oakland city councils hypocrisy but also their general stupidity on how to actually solve a problem. We are going to talk about this one today and bring up some very unpleasant facts. For one thing, Oakland is basically asking landlords to flip a coin - you have a 50/50 chance that the person you rent to will commit a crime with this law. The really amazing part...

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Best cities for real estate investing in 2020! show art Best cities for real estate investing in 2020!

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

According to the folks at TurboTenant, these cities will give you the highest ROI! There are always plenty of opinions when it comes to where you should invest in real estate. Today, we will take a look at the research done by the folks at to see what cities they suggest as the top places for investors, entrepreneurs and landlords to focus their attention! While we will be covering the top 10 cities for real estate investors on this list, the folks at TurboTenant actually run down the details on 31 different cities - so no matter where you are there should be at least 1 city that just might...

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Real Estate in 2020 - Sales Up, Inventory Down! New Homes Coming! show art Real Estate in 2020 - Sales Up, Inventory Down! New Homes Coming!

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

The numbers indicate that the home selling season in 2020 is likely to be nuts! The news is not so great for buyers but strong for sellers of single family homes in 2020. With inventory dropping while demand increases, we are looking at a lead in to 2020 where unless we see an uncharacteristic increase in the number of home owners that list their home for sale, the competition for the homes available for sale is going to be fierce! One piece of good news is that new home construction has shown a big jump over the last couple of months. While permits are down month to month in the most recent...

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Where will real estate prices go in 2020? show art Where will real estate prices go in 2020?

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

Welcome to 2020 as we discuss where single family residential real estate prices might just go! Today we will chat about what the folks over at Calculated Risk expect to happen in 2020! Expectations for prices on single family residential homes across the country is that we will see nothing shocking. No great gains in the increase in prices but no general loss in value. We will also take a look back at some interesting information on what has happened with rental prices over the last few years. For any aspiring landlord, investor or real estate entrepreneur, we will be reviewing some...

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The Best Multifamily Real Estate Markets for 2020! show art The Best Multifamily Real Estate Markets for 2020!

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Where to focus your real estate entrepreneurial effort in multi family homes in 2020! Today we are going to review some of the areas of the country being talked about the most when it comes to multifamily investing. Usually, the math ends up being much more lucrative for real estate investing when it comes to multifamily. However, there are different skill sets that come into play and some skill sets that you must focus on in order for these deals to work out best for you. Today, we will talk about areas that just might be interesting for buyers, sellers, investors and entrepreneurs interested...

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Homebuilder Confidence Reaches New Heights show art Homebuilder Confidence Reaches New Heights

Real Estate Realities With Robert "The RebelBroker" Whitelaw

What effect might homebuilder confidence have on the real estate market? For all buyers, sellers investors and real estate entrepreneurs, gaining insight to what might be over the horizon in real estate can make you thousands of dollars. The latest news in the world of real estate and new home construction is that home builder confidence has reached the highest levels since 1999! Today, we will talk about that and reflect on what that meant to the market then. What followed and what might we see as a result. We will also take a look at what Realtors across the country expect to happen in their...

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Lets talk about an article that points out some numbers that show the real estate market is better than we thought.

In todays show, we take a look at some interesting numbers that put into perspective what we should consider "normal" for the real estate market.