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Why Real Estate...Why Now?

Real Estate has enjoyed a steady increase over the past eight years. It does experience national price declines of up to 8 years, but most markets price declines last somewhere between 2 and 4.5 years.


The recession of 2006, 2007, & 2008, affected each localized market differently depending upon the area of the country that market was in. Also, the regulations that came in right after that recession, especially slowed down the purchasing of single-family homes, which slowed down the growth of new construction.

Now that the economy has really taken off, the demand for housing has gone up, new housing has gone up, and the supply is down - and I mean way down. Until 2015 the La Crosse County market averaged somewhere between 650 and 879 single family residences on the market at any given time. Since 2016 the available single-family homes on the market has dropped to between 220 and 275. I just checked and there are 209 single family homes listed and many of them are under contract.


There's Going To Be Quite A Bit Of Building Going On Over The Next Three To Seven Years


Therefore, there's going to be quite a bit of building going on over the next three to seven years. In the La Crosse County market, not only has there been a low amount of housing starts over the last five years, but also the area is kind of landlocked or blocked off by the bluffs on one side and the river on the other side. Because of this, there have been very few lots that are available.


Currently most of the building is going on north of La Crosse and Onalaska. Holmen, WI is expected to have somewhere between 800 and 1600 houses built over the next 18 to 24 months. The demand is driven by the fact that there were low amounts of houses built over the last five years. Also, there has been a growth in local industry and there is a medical sector proposal that might be adding a hospital in the Onalaska area.


This will fundamentally drive growth. Right now, Holman is the fastest growing city in three states.


Price Volatility and The Stock Market


Real Estate also does not experience the price volatility that the stock market does. It's not to say that the stock market's going to drop because I believe it's going to go up over the next three to five years, but that volatility that we're already seeing is hard to stomach.


Why Real Estate, Why Now?


Real Estate is such a good option now, because we just completed the bottom cycle of the market and there is a shortage in housing stocks. These facts will help the market steadily grow over the next 8 to 10 years. When you become one of our Private Investors your investment is secured by

  • Title Insurance

  • Property Insurance

  • And Loan-To-Value Ratio of Less Than 75 Percent of the After-Repaired-Value


Enjoy the Steady Returns Real Estate Affords


If you have any questions and would love to figure out a way to invest without having to deal with

  • The Hassles of a Buying Houses

  • Buying Real Estate

  • Dealing with Realtors

  • Insurance Companies

  • Tenants

  • Contractors


- if you want nothing to do with these struggles, and still Enjoy the Steady Returns Real Estate Affords, give me a call on my cell. (608) 306-1199. I will go over all the benefits of becoming one of our Private Lenders.


You can become one of our Coveted Private Mortgage Holders, and greatly increase your monthly income.

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Gays Mills, WI 54631

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