Rising Real Estate
Prices And Where You
Can Invest Now:
The housing market is coming off 2021 in which rising real estate prices soared
to an unsustainable 18.8%. In December, the average 30-year fixed mortgage
rate issued was 3.11%. And as of the most recent assessment, that 30-year rate
is up to 3.92%.
In December, the average 30-year
fixed mortgage rate issued was
3.11%. And as of the most recent
assessment, that 30-year rate is
up to 3.92%.
Season investors agree it's unlike any other buying time in recent history. Rising real
estate prices are due to multi-faceted trends such as supply chain disruptions, the
pandemic, and of course the huge percentage of us who are remote working.
You let the management company run
the show and you let the renters pay off
your mortgage, and rising real estate
prices will incentivize your renters to
Negotiating with the builders helps to skip the waiting lines for newer
homes as rising real estate prices are further driving investors to buy now.
Sometimes there will still be waiting lines if inventory is short.
From the builder's perspective, the
rising real estate prices have only
increased the demand as rising real
estate prices are driven in part by a lack
of available building supplies and other
The builder's mindset is that the homeowner inspired by the rising real estate
prices is going to be living in the house, while an investor could change their
strategy for a better deal, at any time.
Even during rising real estate
prices we still desire having a
yard, and room for a home office.
"With large populations of the workforce moving out of the
cities and into the suburbs, and can live anywhere.
Many aren't ready to afford
homeownership and make perfect long-
term renters. It’s actually a great time to
invest in single-family homes as rental
properties.” –Adiel Gorel, owner of
International Capital Group
Rising real estate prices and inflation will keep renters from
moving for longer than the average.
And the 30-year fixed-rate loan m