Saturday, October 15, 2011

Real Estate can be a Recession breaker





Most economists believe that the recession is caused by insufficient demand in economy. Some of the major countries like the United States and United Kingdom are facing these problems, which are the main areas where people from different countries of the world live for high-paying jobs. Taking into account that it was in real estate, which started the ball rolling towards a financial disaster in the first place; it is quite ironic that it is in real estate that investors really have the opportunity to benefit from the economic downturn. Thousands of families have lost their homes. Extreme precautions are taken to the government and financial institutions to stop the epidemic, but are they enough?

You may already be experiencing a domino effect in your own business. This is not surprising that many business owners and managers have reported that companies have slowed down. Is there an area that will not be affected, if you are unemployed and business is worse than last year? With the current economic crisis many people are probably wondering if this recession will end, what caused this to happen and will it occur again. The credit crisis and the Depression of 2007 played a negative role in the U.S. housing market. The housing market is still in the process of recovery from the recession.

The U.S. financial crisis has caused a disruptive effect on the housing market. One might think that the recession would slowdown price appreciation, even in high-end real estate markets such as Aspen and Snowmass. Due to economic problems, many owners are faced with rising costs of living and tax burdens even as income levels continue to fall. Real estate is one of the assets whose value is declining in the face of an infinite flood of foreclosures and bankruptcies, and when the recession is over it is REALTY whose value is guaranteed to go up.

Everyone has been affected by the recession in real estate. Even if you do not lose your home, you have been affected by the chain reaction that began with the downturn in real estate. It is crucial for business owners and leaders to take concrete steps in these moments. Look at the positive side, the economic slowdown provided some interesting perspectives. United States face economic challenges, and could affect other states. Despite the U.S. markets that are not declared a state of recession, it is always wise to be wary. The government's offer to extend the $ 8,000 credit for first home buyers tax in mid-2010 and to expand the program to include the $ 6500 credit for non-time buyers will attract more domestic customers on the market.

Whether you're a small business owner with real estate, or an owner of a mortgage in trouble, it is crucial to take stock of your existing debt burden. Take a closer look at your own expense to see where you might be able to save on living expenses. I will invite you to put at least some long-term thinking. If we are to survive the U.S. recession, we must make prudent investments. Rather than going to several stocks or shares, it is better to be safe away with investments in real estate.

It’s old news that the economic power continues to grow in oil-exporting countries that we send our dollars to. What could be the new news is that the long-awaited global production peak occurred in 2011 and 2012, well ahead of most forecasts. Recession proof business is increasingly likely to survive a severe recession, and if they are smart and do your research, not only can they survive but can actually thrive in recession and economic collapse that we are seeing in the U.S.

Reports say that people are mentally depressed due to the recession; we must ensure that all is well and all we have to do is wait a while until there’s growth the economy. More Here...

4 comments:

  1. RECESSION? HOW ABOUT DEPRESSION? WE ARE ENTERING THE "GREATEST DEPRESSION"! RENT DON'T BUY. INVEST IN AU & AG, WHEN THERE IS BLOOD IN THE STREETS, THEN BUY! GONNA GET WORST BEFORE IT GETS BETTER. (10-15 YEARS) "RUFFER THAN A COB"! GO IN PEACE!

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  2. Wait ??? What the f ? If you are Dumb enough not to prepare for all this Bad stuff that is Coming our way,Then you need your ass kicked.This Depression will last for many years.This winter will be the Begining of the decline.Dont say you were not warned!!!!
    Peace!

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  3. if real estate is basic value according to what median income is and incomes are dropping in trend then wouldn't real estate still have further to drop? if so then real estate isn't the white knight to save us lol. is it possible real estate is being held up by gov intervention? wait for MERS lawsuits to be settled and foreclosure wave to..oh wait..just started happening? what's up with the prime MBS index doing this..drop like a rock thing? flip it while you can but it's a hot potato.

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  4. Some people fail to realize the many, many different types of real estate. Like everything else in our lives; our merry Lil fairies on the Hill just love to clump everything into one neat little one size fit everything package.

    A million dollar 2,000 sq. ft. Manhattan bungalow is a far, far cry from a $300k
    upstate N.Y. 100 acre farmette that can actually earn it's keep and pay it's own way.

    Real estate in this country was largely overbuilt, overpriced McThis and McThese-having a McThis that you paid 3/4 of a million for in Indianapolis in 2006 that is now only worth 1/2 a million because some fucking bank appraiser says so; but in reality is worth the sum of its parts which are 185k --

    Is once again a far cry from 300 acres of prime forestland that can be sustainably harvested over, and over, and over and over

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