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Reir.Co Determines the Housing Crash Is Not Coming

PRESS RELEASE Published July 25, 2023 As fears of a potential housing market decline persist, expert analysis suggests these fears are unfounded. The current state of the real estate market points towards continued growth, despite memories of the 2007-2008 crash.

Prepare For Upward Trajectory in Housing Market Rather than expecting a crash, investors should prepare for an upward trajectory in the housing market. The reasons for this are threefold: a persistent shortage of housing, the impact of recent government policies, and the natural cycles of any market. In the last decade, a housing shortage has become an undeniable reality in the U.S. Despite echoing a familiar sentiment from the 2005-2006 period, the current situation differs drastically. The shortage has been exacerbated by the government's response to the 2007-2008 crisis and slow home building rates in the aftermath of the financial crash.

Three Government Actions Furthermore, three recent government actions - the response to COVID-19, the influx of new money into the economy, and relaxed border controls - have created an unusual environment for the real estate market. The pandemic's disruption of the supply chain, coupled with an unprecedented amount of currency printing and a population boost from new residents, have further strained an already strained market.

Correction of the Correction In essence, the US housing market is experiencing a 'correction of the correction' in the real estate market. This doesn’t signify an impending crash, but instead a unique period of adjustment due to multiple governmental interventions and natural market forces.

Local markets nationwide are experiencing housing shortages, a testament to the imbalances caused by the interplay of market dynamics and government interventions. Increased demand for housing - from existing residents and newcomers alike - outpaces the supply, leading to the seemingly unsustainable growth in prices.

Current Inflation Rates Not Indicative of Crash However, while current inflation rates may not be sustainable, these rates are not indicative of an impending crash. Supply chain issues will gradually be resolved, and it is anticipated that the market will stabilize as these problems are addressed. The real estate market, like any other, is cyclical. It is essential not to lose sight of the growth opportunities ahead for fear of a potential crash. Instead of contemplating when the next downturn might occur, investors are encouraged to pay attention to the current market growth and potential for future profitability. In conclusion, the call of the hour is to build. The housing shortage is a challenge that needs to be tackled head-on and one that will likely continue for years. Profit is possible when addressing this shortage with determination and strategic action, thereby transforming these challenges into opportunities.

About: Joshua Dudgeon is a leader in the real estate investing/building industry providing top quality homes for the La Crosse, WI market. Offer: To celebrate “Double-Digit Returns,” REIR.CO is offering a free white paper on the importance of achieving a high return on investment and maximizing your potential tax-free earnings. Thereby increasing the rate of growth more than most traditional investment options. Mention “Tax Free Returns” when reaching out.

Media Contact Company Name: REIR.CO Contact Person: Joshua Dudgeon, Founder | CEO Email: Phone: (608) 306-1199 Get More Info:


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