The Great Depression vs. Credit Crisis Comparisons

Over the past 100 years, the two main economic eras usually discussed as the most negative or turbulent times were The Great Depression (1929 – 1939) and the Credit Crisis (2007 onward). While some economists and financial analysts believe that the Credit Crisis officially ended in 2012 or 2013, others have suggested that the Credit.

The Evolution of 3D Printed Homes

Your real estate license can be a future career asset as technology improves home building.  While the evolution of 3D printed homes gains momentum, housing prices may decrease and become more affordable for many people throughout California.  This could lead to a substantial advantage for real estate agents. Technological advances have grown at a compounded.

21st Century Home Price Changes

For the first time in California’s entire history, the median home price surpassed $600,000 in May 2018, according to data published by the California Association of Realtors. The $600,000 median home price for California was more than double the reported national median home price of $264,800.

20th Century Home Price Changes

Many home buyers, investors, and real estate agents have seen significant home price changes over the past several years and decades. To better understand the property values today in 2018, the historical price changes must be reviewed in depth to compare how much the property values have increased between the 20th and 21st centuries. What.

California’s Economic and Demographic Numbers

Real estate is more of a people business than a property sale business. Without enough people in a specific region in need of homes to purchase or lease, there wouldn’t be a need for real estate agents and brokers. Additionally, licensed agents need to first build a solid and positive rapport with their new prospects.

Interest Rate and Value Trends

Residential and commercial real estate price trends are directly affected by many variables such as local, state, and national unemployment rates, inflation trends that are moving “too high” or “just right” instead of the most concerning “too low” directions by way of deflationary price trends when asset values are moving downward instead of the more.