SOTM 73 (Part 2): Why We’re Bullish on Real Estate – BiggerPockets’ David Greene

May 17, 2021

We keep hearing that the housing market is about to crash, but are we really in a bubble? On today’s podcast with BiggerPockets’ David Greene, we discuss why we’re extremely bullish on real estate. Tune in and find out what the stats spell out for property values, when to expect major metro markets to return to normal, and why Whoppers are one of the best measures of the dollar’s worth. Plus, we talk poker as it applies to real estate and share the best ways to increase an investor’s chances of winning big.

Listen to today’s show and learn:

  • Why new-construction homes will get more expensive [1:11]
  • US real estate market stats [2:46]
  • Why you shouldn’t sell an occupied rental [5:33]
  • The ONLY benefit cash buyers bring to the table [7:40]
  • Devil’s advocate: why the housing crash could be worse than predicted [9:48]
  • How the vaccine could cause a resurgence in major US cities [11:58]
  • San Francisco single-family homes selling fast and high [15:16]
  • Why real estate is a lot like poker [18:33]
  • How to win more deals with real estate investors [20:00]
  • Why we’re bullish on real estate [21:43]
  • How inflation complicates home valuations [24:12]
  • David’s new real estate book: SOLD: Every Real Estate Agent’s Guide to Building a Profitable Business [26:28]
  • Where to learn more about David [27:58]
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