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Real Estate Realities With The RebelBroker

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Let's try something new! This will be the first in a regularly monthly show where we review the previous months data on the first Monday of the month - a 'real estate hot take'! The reason we usually don't use data this early in the month is be
Straight from the lips of the good folks over at Fannie Mae "...Recession Likely in 2023". Well, I think the most obvious response to that statement would be "Welcome to the party pal!" As seems to be true with most bad news, the headlines and
The fed will be meeting this week to decide not IF rates will be raised, but by how much. Popular opinions suggest a .75 increase, but lets talk about why it might even be higher!
That's right. I think we are headed for a downturn that just might dwarf the 2006-2008 style crash we saw in real estate. We are in worse financial shape as we try to combat inflation, recessions and a contracting real estate market. On top of
This week we sit down with Rich Fettke to discuss his book, The Wise Investor. Rich has an extensive resume including co-founding RealWealth. A company which has helped over 60,000 members improve their financial intelligence and acquire cash f
Another painful record broken as the affordability of homes has hit a 30 year low. However, we are seeing signs the indicate a slowing in home price appreciation. I have a suspicion that we might just seem home prices actually come down as sell
I should have known better. Last week, I shared with you the latest unemployment numbers - and I took them at face value. Which is where I made my mistake! Of course, if I listen to my own advice from previous podcasts where we looked at unempl
In this weeks show we are looking at a few different bits of economic news that could push our real estate market one way or another. Not a lot of certainty in todays show, but I will offer what I think are prudent actions for buyers, sellers a
UPDATE: I have updated this weeks show to now include the last 10 minutes. Apolgies to my folks who consume the show right when it comes out! The cutoff point was 35 minutes - so you can just fast forward to that point to get what you missed!  
Things are happening fast! In todays show we pass around an idea. Does it matter what starts an economic downturn? When we had the big real estate bubble, car loans got hit to. Now that car loans have apparently been as stupidly handled as mort
The chief economist for the National Association of Realtors took a look at the most recent inflation numbers - along with other economists - and projects increases in mortgage rates making a steeper climb. We will chat about this and consider
It is time for a glimpse into the crystal ball and see if we can't use information we have today to estimate what is coming. There are several interesting trends that tend to feed the idea that something bad is around the corner, so today, we w
On this weeks show we discuss recent data revealing the most at risk real estate markets in the United States! Whether you are a buyer, seller or saavy investory, you will want to know the most and least vulerable real estate markets out there
This week, we are going to gaze into the crystal ball. Several things are going on right now that I believe set the stage for a potentially market killing outcome. Follow along with me in todays show and see if you agree. If I am right, we coul
Home inventory is ramping up at a pace that I don't think anyone could have imagined just a few weeks ago. In addition, despite recent news that home starts have dropped, we will still see a solid increase in home completions in 2022. I think t
Some of you may know Michael Hellickson from his reputation as a dominant figure in real estate sales. While Michael can clearly offer insights for real estate agents that want to improve their business, his experience can also help buyers, sel
The folks over at realtor.org are reporting that the national inventory of homes increased 11% when compared to the same time last year. This is definitely information worth remembering since, as I have suggested for years now, this is all abou
The real estate industry has done a good job on selling the public on the idea that a "Top 1%" agent is the best choice to get the best results. The truth is that the criteria used to define if an agent is in the top 1% has nothing to do with w
Initial indicators are in and suggest we prepare for 'Recession 2022'! Are we in a recession? ​Right now, we have hit declining GDP for the first quarter. Indicators are there, but for many we are not 'officially' in a recession. However, the q
Welcome to Monday folks! Today we are discussing what the metros with the highest price gains are and how we can use that information to make smarter decisions as buyers, sellers and investors. These are not the most expensive metros, but areas
Check out this list of 10 cities where realtor.com is reporting home prices are actually dropping! Are they really? Join me as we review the list and separate the hype from the reality - because the story they are trying to tell with their head
I don't often do interviews on Real Estate Realities, but this one really grabbed me! One of the ways to approach real estate is through land. We have brought up land before in the context of strategies to get your first home by building it you
Huge real estate investors are loving the student housing market. In fact, the American Campus Communities organization was recently purchased for $12.8 Billion! Keeping your eye on options, this kind of interest should suggest you consider stu
The average interest rate nationally for a 30 year fixed rate loan hit 5%. As I suggested in the past, I thought 5% might just be the magic number that pushes a bigger change in the mindset of buyers. In todays show, we will discuss interest ra
We chatted about real estate 'love letters' in a podcast last year. The state of Oregon felt that they needed to weigh in on the subject of whether or not buyers should be allowed to submit a letter with their offer on a home. The idea that any
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