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Housing Market Predictions for 2019 2020 Sandwiched between a government shutdown, America First trade transitions, rising interest rates, and a booming US economy, the housing market is almost forgotten. And while many Americans are giving up on buying a home or condo, the forecast looks...

2019 Stock Market Correction - Dow Plunges Again The Dow Jones Industrial average plunged 600 points yesterday. That's following previous significantly slides that are worrying many mutual fund managers and 401k owners alike. Expert stock market forecaster Harry Dent is suggesting the DOW might plummet to 6000,...

Sales Rise Across California Last month, California housing statistics varied depending on which city you are in. While sales in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose and Orange County grew, prices were on the decline in many districts. California is still a shining star in...

Housing Bubbles in US Cities The US economic outlook couldn't be brighter and the housing market has been amazing in 2018. US homeowners gained $1 Trillion in home equity in the last year alone. That's $16,000 or 13.3% more per mortgage holder. Turns out, real estate has...

Housing Market Update Los Angeles Consistent with the rest of California's Housing market predictions, sales are rising and prices have dropped. A persistently a strong US economy, booming job market, has the Los Angeles housing market is heating back up. Although home buyers are concerned with higher interest...

Housing Bubble 2019? Some people don't talk housing crash, until they've discussed the nice topic of the housing bubble.  Crash is too crass, unsupported, and troubling a word.  The bubble topic is a nicer subject that makes us feel the matter is something we can manage...

Housing Affordability at It's Lowest Ever A lack of affordable housing in North America is a disgrace. Despite a booming US economy  and glowing jobs report, flourishing housing market, affordable housing and homelessness are decades long issues governments can't seem to solve. Look at this issue with more depth and...