Is It Possible To Forecast Future Booms and Busts
Accurately? This Book Says Yes
Economist, best-selling author and global authority on land cycles and US
real estate history - Phillip J Anderson - is re-launching his book "The
Secret Life Of Real Estate and Banking".
The book was first published in 2008, and is available on
Amazon and via the book's Facebook page and is expected to
become a big hit with investors during this time of uncertainty in
2020 and 2021.
Ly/secret-life-2020 The book was written with the aim in mind to
educate real estate investors, entrepreneurs, policy maker and CEOs
on the 'what', 'why' and crucially 'when' the major turns in the real
estate boom and bust cycle take place.
There's particular interest in the book
currently because the global pandemic
has led to great uncertainty in the
markets with a stock market panic having
taken place in 2020.
The book enables the reader to
understand why there is more to go in
this current cycle before there is a
significant downturn in the land
The Secret Life Of Real Estate and Banking is published by
Shepheard-Walwyn Books, a family owned U.K based publisher
established in 1972.
Phillip resolved at that point to make it
his mission to research why this was
the case - and this subsequently led
him to study the land market in the US.
When asked about why they wrote the book, Anderson said: "To
find answers that the professors and policy makers were not able to
give - and to learn why there seemed to be an 18 year cycle in real
estate - why do we see regular booms and busts in the economy"
Anderson has hopes that the book will he
In a recent interview, the author made a point of acknowledging the prior work of Fred
Harrison, Roy Wenzlick and Homer Hoyt - 3 giants of land economics for their part in
inspiring Phillip to carry out his decade long research that led to the creation of the book.
The book has received rave
testimonials from some of the
leading voices in this field.
It's one of the best books ever
written on long-term real-estate