(April 30, 2015) The Black Swan Event Is Here

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The type of growth experienced in the real estate market is an ever-pervading stimulus that is almost alive itself. Loan practices inform buying/renting power, which influences building activity and translates into widespread consumer spending, ultimately lifting entire cities from their humble beginnings. But, this in all its might is only what can be seen. Today, Del Walmsley has his eyes on what could not have possibly been predicted in a thousand years, and yet it is now here before us – The Black Swan Event of Real Estate Investing.

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  1. stephen fucik says

    Ok so I’m 33 have a 782 credit score and over 45,000 in the bank. I want to invest in real estate but since prices are so high i can’t invest in properties. What is your advice? Am i just screwed? I am a member of lifestyles and understand and agree with you. I am frustrated!

    • Lifestyles Unlimited Web Team says

      Stephen,

      Del recommends listening to the Black Swan Event radio show he did last week, as it directly answers this question.

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      https://lifestylesunlimited.com/april-30-2015-black-swan-event/

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  2. Scott in Texas says

    It was the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977, during the reign of incompetence, of Jimmy Carter, and the Democratically controlled Congress, that started the slide into the stupid loan issuance policies, which eventually culminated in the bust of 2008. But Bush did want to produce jobs, and did sign every tax and spend bill put before him, so he too was at fault.
    And Barney Frank, the failed Democratic Head of the FANNIE MAE Oversight committee, was complicit, in lying, along with Ben Bernanke, to the American People, telling them that everything was just fine at FANNIE MAE.

  3. Mortgage-backed securities were the Frankenstein financial products that killed most of its creators, then escaped the lab and went onward to cause havoc in the world. Barney Frank, George Bush, and the rest of the corrupt congress were puppets in the hands of Goldman-Sachs, Lehman Brothers, Bear Sterns, etc. and all of their lobbyists. The US economy is a corrupt bubble machine. If people want a great perspective of the real estate crash predicted in 2003, I suggest they read “How to Profit from the Coming Real Estate Bust”, Sept 2003. Lots of good discussion about mortgage-backed securities and about Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac.

  4. Excellent information. Troubling prospects for the future if correct.

    Seems to make sense. Troy in Plano Texas May 3, 2015

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