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The modern real estate investor doesn’t have time to research every headline and trend. That’s why BiggerPockets' Dave Meyer and his expert panel do it for you. Learn how to invest smarter in today’s economic environment. 

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Will we finally get the rate cuts the Fed hinted at earlier this year? Has the job and housing market taken a big enough hit for us to still be concerned about inflation? And how are more Americans going mortgage-free during such economic uncertainty? The housing market is changing fast, but we’re here to break down all the latest data from recent headlines as we touch on inflation, rate cuts, housing market competition, foreclosure activity, and more! We know what you want to hear about—rate cuts. We’ll touch on the latest Fed update in our first headline, as the chance of a 2024 rate cut increases with last week’s promising inflation data release. This is good news for homebuyers but may make getting a job (or keeping one) challenging. What do we mean? We’ll explain it all at the start of the show. Next, housing competition begins to drop as inventory increases and homes sit on the market longer. Will this lead to a decrease in home prices over the next year? One top listing site believes so. With all this worry about mortgage rates, many Americans are going in the opposite direction as mortgage-free homeownership steadily increases. This could have long-lasting effects on housing inventory, but when will it hit? Finally, we touch on the increase in foreclosure activity and whether or not it’s a sign of a shaky housing market to come! In This Episode We Cover The Fed’s new rate cut prediction and how big the cut could be in 2024 Inflation rate updates and why financial markets celebrated last week How a spike in new listings could lead to lower competition and on-market houses sitting longer The steady increase in mortgage-free homeownership and what happens when these houses get inherited Why foreclosure activity is starting to rise, but it may not mean what you think And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile  Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Property Manager Finder See Dave at BPCON2024 in Cancun! Headlines from Today’s Show: Rate Cuts Housing Competition Mortgage-Free Homeowners Foreclosures   Book Mentioned in the Show: Real Estate Deal Maker by Henry Washington Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-227 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Multifamily sales are at the lowest point in the past four years. We haven’t seen transaction levels this low since the start of the pandemic and after the last housing crash. But, for buyers, this could point to some tremendous opportunities. With fewer sales could come higher cap rates, lower prices, and more profit per dollar spent on your next multifamily deal. The question is, how low will prices go, and when WILL be the right time to buy? Xander Snyder, Senior Commercial Real Estate Economist at First American, joins the show to give us the latest update on multifamily sales, prices, cap rates, and even a prediction for 2025. Xander strongly argues that multifamily price declines could be far from over. With buyers patiently waiting for sellers to drop their prices and the cost of capital still so high, motivated sellers must act quickly to get a buyer, which could mean more price cuts. We’ll also discuss why cap rates are expanding and how they’ve already jumped fifty percent in some markets. Plus, what could happen to rents as the “oversupply” of multifamily investments hits the market? An even better question is what happens when all that supply gets used up? We’re answering it all in this episode. In This Episode We Cover 2024 multifamily transaction volume updates and why sales are so low Cap rate expansion and why this is great news for buyers (but NOT for sellers) Why multifamily price drops aren’t even close to finished Rent price growth predictions and why multifamily investors shouldn’t be too sure that they can increase rents How our multifamily “oversupply” could quickly become an undersupply  What to expect from the multifamily market in 2024 and into 2025 (significant changes!) And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile  Dave's Instagram Property Manager Finder See Dave at BPCON2024 in Cancun! Multifamily Is Likely To Start Recovering in 2024—Here’s Why Follow Xander on X Why Apartment Rents are Poised to Decline in Former Pandemic Hot Spots (Graph) Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:03) Multifamily Transactions at Rock-Bottom (04:34) Why Volume is So Low (06:29) Buyers Are Waiting for This (08:38) Cap Rates Expand  (13:53) Investors Will Have to Wait (14:57) Will Prices Keep Declining?  (17:38) Multifamily Rent Forecast (19:36) The "Oversupply" Could Flip (23:26) 2025 Predictions  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-226 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zero-down mortgages are back. That’s right. You can now get into a home with (potentially) zero dollars out-of-pocket. But wait…this is starting to sound a bit like 2008. Remember the fully-funded mortgages that didn’t require income verification? Are we back to the days of NINJA loans as homebuyers struggle with affordability, forcing them to take on zero-down loans? Not quite. We’ll explain why on this headlines show! This time, we’re talking about the new zero-down mortgage loan. But that’s not all. One crucial housing metric has exploded, and if you sell, BRRRR, or flip houses, this is one metric you MUST pay attention to. Remember back in 2021 when lumber prices were so high that you needed to take out a personal loan to buy a toothpick? The mahogany tables have turned as we bring some good news for new construction investors and home renovators. Lastly, we look overseas at the international housing markets that are seeing the biggest price drops and increases. We also share where we would invest abroad and whether or not we think these markets beat the good ol’ USA. Stick around for your latest housing market update on this headlines show!  In This Episode We Cover New zero-down mortgage loans and whether they’ll lead to risky home purchases What you must know (and do) if you’re going to buy a home with low money down The one home price metric you should pay attention to when flipping, rehabbing, or buying new construction Good news for new builds and why lumber has finally returned to pre-pandemic price levels The international housing markets seeing the biggest price drops, and whether we’d buy there or not And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile  Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram  Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Property Manager Finder See Dave at BPCON2024 in Cancun! No Money Down Loans: How Do They REALLY Work? Zero-down mortgages are making a comeback A key home price metric has skyrocketed since 2019 Federal Reserve rate stagnation impacts wood products markets 3 International Locations Where Housing Prices Are Plummeting Post-Pandemic Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:22) 0% Down Mortgages Return  (14:13) Crucial Housing Metric JUMPS (20:41) Lumber Prices Stabilize  (26:51) International Home Prices Drop  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-225  Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wholesaling real estate may be banned nationwide within a few short years. After a new law was passed in South Carolina prohibiting the practice, other states started to follow their lead, making their own laws that limit or completely restrict wholesaling real estate. Why is this happening now, and if a nationwide wholesaling ban does get passed, are there loopholes for wholesalers to still make money assigning properties? South Carolina real estate attorney Gary Pickren is on the show to explain. Gary is no stranger to wholesaling. He’s quick to tell you how crucial wholesaling has been to his business’s growth. But Gary isn’t trying to dance around the new laws and pretend that everything will be alright for real estate wholesalers. In fact, Gary believes that this new South Carolina law could change real estate wholesaling forever, and it may even be for the best. We’ll describe the new South Carolina law and the legal verbiage that spells out the wholesaling ban. Gary even gives a completely legal way of getting around the new wholesaling law, but the rules MUST be followed. If you’re a wholesaler anywhere in the United States, this law directly affects you and your livelihood. Not staying up-to-date on this could, at best, cost you money or, at worst, land you behind bars. In This Episode We Cover Wholesaling explained and why the practice is currently in jeopardy The newest South Carolina wholesaling law and its monumental effects on the industry Wholesaling “assignments” defined and the risk of marketing a property in the wrong way Whether or not this new law could lead to a nationwide ban on wholesaling  Gary’s savvy way to get around this wholesaling ban through this one type of “contract” Whether or not this new law applies to commercial real estate wholesaling as well And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram  Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Property Manager Finder A New South Carolina Law Would Severely Crack Down on Wholesaling Wholesale Real Estate – What Is It & How to Get Started For Beginners Is Wholesaling Legal? It’s Complicated Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:38) What is Wholesaling?  (05:33) Working Against Realtors? (07:59) How Everything Changed  (13:52) The Real Problem with Wholesaling (16:27) The End of Wholesaling  (20:33) Tricky Legal Language  (28:01) A Nationwide Wholesaling Ban? (34:47) What About Commercial Real Estate? Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-224  Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
House flipping vs. renting vs. build-to-rent: which real estate investing strategies could make you the MOST money in the second half of 2024? At the beginning of the year, many investors believed that interest rates would be coming down, housing inventory would finally return to the market, and inflation had been defeated. But that didn’t turn out to be the case. In this ever-changing housing market, what should investors like you do to make the most money possible with the fewest risks? We asked three of our expert panelists to give their take! So today, we’re having a friendly real estate investing strategy smackdown to pit house flipping against buy-and-hold against build-to-rent homes. Each strategy has BIG benefits but also comes with some serious risks rookie and expert investors should be looking out for. Plus, these investing strategies are NOT for everyone. We’ll discuss who should (and definitely shouldn’t) invest using each method. 2024 is not an easy real estate market, but our expert investors lay out the exact risks to avoid, how to get around them, and the best ways to build serious wealth while most Americans sit on the sidelines. We’ll talk about the enormous gains you can make even with high interest rates, what James calls the best way to find financial freedom, how to invest EVEN if you have very little time, and the one type of rental property with WAY lower insurance and repair costs.  In This Episode We Cover The three best real estate investing strategies of 2024 and which methods we’re using TODAY Buy-and-hold real estate and the CRUCIAL skill that will help you build a real estate portfolio faster  The costs that can kill your house flipping business, but the massive gains you can make EVEN in 2024 Build-to-rent investments and why this may be one of the easiest ways to invest in real estate Don’t have experience or money? How to form partnerships that’ll grow your wealth even if you’re a beginner  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram  Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Property Manager Finder How to Build Wealth With Rental Properties Through Buy & Hold Investing Flipping Houses: How to Get Started and Everything You Should Know Investors Are Putting Their Money in Build-to-Rent Homes at a Record Rate—What’s Causing the Frenzy? Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:18) Buy (Renovate) and Hold (08:32) Who Should Buy and Hold? (10:05) Biggest Risks  (12:04) Flipping Houses  (17:41) Who Should Flip? (20:01) Biggest Risks  (22:57) New Construction  (31:34) Biggest Risks  (34:36) Best 2024 Investing Strategy  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-223 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Millennials can’t afford homes, but somehow, their younger siblings, Gen Z, can. Even with over a decade more work experience than Gen Z, Millennials still feel priced out of the housing market. So how can the younger generation, only twenty-seven years at the oldest, already be on track to beat Millennials in the homebuying race, all while mortgage rates and prices are high, inventory is low, and inflation is eating away at Americans’ disposable income? We’ve got Redfin’s Chen Zhao back on the show to explain. Today, we’re trying to answer one question: Who is buying all the houses? With younger generations struggling to buy and more Baby Boomers aging in place, real estate investors want to know their competition and who they may be selling their homes to. In this episode, Chen breaks down the data behind age trends in homebuying, plus shares why Millennials fell behind past generations. But that’s not all. We’re getting into the changing landscape of the “buy vs. rent” debate and whether more renters now will mean fewer homebuyers in the future. Plus, with an aging Baby Boomer generation, will we finally see the “Silver Tsunami” of housing inventory hit the market as boomers “age in place,” especially with their large share of family-sized houses? Could our housing supply problems reverse if a sizable amount of inventory hits the market? We’re answering it all coming up! In This Episode We Cover Why Millennials can’t afford houses, and the reason so many still don’t own homes How Gen Z is already on track to get ahead of Millennials even with today’s economic turbulence Buying vs. renting a home and the “mismatch” between what renters want and what landlords supply A potential reversal of our massive housing shortage and when this could happen Whether or not the “Silver Tsunami” will hit the housing market as boomers get older How the increase of “aging in place” will affect home inventory as Gen Z/Millennials try to buy And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Property Manager Finder On the Market 151 - The Math Behind Mortgage Rates and Why They’re Staying Put Real Estate Podcast 867 - Zillow and Redfin Top Economists Give Their 2024 Housing Market Predictions Why Are Millennials So Behind in Homeownership?   Connect with Chen: Chen’s LinkedIn Redfin News Redfin’s “From Our Economists” Redfin Report: Gen Zers and Young Millennials Took Out 40% of U.S. Mortgages in 2023 Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:03) Are Millennials Priced Out? (04:29) Millennials’ Lost Decade (07:46) Gen Z is Getting Ahead (11:08) Is Homebuying Overrated?  (16:56) The Housing Shortage Could Reverse  (19:58) Boomers Ageing in Place  (25:20) Young People are STILL Buying!  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-222 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Home prices are still soaring as they hit a new record high, despite high mortgage rates and low inventory dampening demand. At some point, this unaffordable housing market must make Americans even a bit bearish on real estate, right? Well, maybe not, according to a new survey that shows what Americans view as the best investment in the long term. But these updates are just the tip of the iceberg on today’s headlines show! We’re back to discuss the housing market’s most hard-hitting headlines and share our opinions on whether they’re fact, fiction, or pure hype. First, Americans give their take on the best long-term investment, and one asset in particular reigns supreme (sorry, it’s not crypto!). Next, will record-breaking home prices push demand down even further, forcing house flippers and home sellers to get desperate? Our experts share exactly what they’re seeing in their local markets. Speaking of home sellers, are you selling right now? If so, there are five things you CAN control that’ll help you sell your home faster and for more, even in today’s tough housing market. Expert house flipper James Dainard gives even more tips on how he gets his flips sold at lightning speed, even during slow seasons. Finally, we touch on Airbnb’s latest party-pooping and how they’re putting hosts in the driver’s seat to protect their properties from ragers that could ruin their homes. Plus, an update on the end of endless shrimp (check out this episode for context). Just getting into real estate investing? Catch a FREE investing webinar on how you can get in the game as a complete newbie. Ready to invest? Join BiggerPockets Pro and use code “NEWMARKET24” for 20% off, plus get access to elite investor tools to help you get more deals done! In This Episode We Cover Why Americans think this asset is the best long-term investment  Home price updates and what the effects could be with housing prices hitting record highs Five tips to sell your home faster and for more money even in today’s housing market What an expert house flipper does on EVERY home he sells to get the best price possible Airbnb’s newest party ban and how hosts can protect their properties An unfortunate update on one of America’s most beloved seafood restaurant chains And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram  Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram Property Manager Finder BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast 959 - BiggerNews: 2024 Housing Market Update and Why Prices Are Still Rising Want to Sell Your Home Fast—for the Most Money? Do This Articles from Today’s Show:  Best Long-Term Investment  Home Prices  Home Seller Tips  Airbnb Parties Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-221 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We may be close to some serious mortgage rate relief, according to today’s panel of top lenders. With interest rates finally starting to slide after cooling inflation and lackluster job growth, investors are gaining hope that we could see more affordable mortgage rates resurface after a very harsh past two years. So, what could come next? Stick around because we’ve got mortgage rate predictions and the best investor loans to look for coming up in this episode! Caeli Ridge, Krystle, and Kenny Simpson, our expert investor-lenders, are back on the show to give their take on the commercial and residential mortgage space. All are feeling a bit more optimistic as we see rates finally trend into the six-percent range for primary residence homebuyers, with rates up another percent or so for investors. But with today’s mortgage rates still relatively high, which loans should investors use? From DSCR loans (debt service coverage ratio) to HELOCs (home equity line of credit), construction loans, and more, we’ll get into each of these loan products and share which ones investors are taking advantage of today. Plus, if you’re struggling to find cash flow in today’s tough housing market, our lenders offer some simple but significant solutions to boost your ROI and help you build your portfolio. Do you have an adjustable-rate mortgage? If so, you MUST heed our commercial lender’s words, as you could get a surprise increase in your monthly mortgage very soon. In This Episode We Cover Top lenders’ mortgage rate predictions and updates on today’s rates Why mortgage rates haven’t fallen faster and why there’s hope on the horizon Trending loan products investors are using to build their real estate portfolios even with high rates Why commercial lenders are getting cautious and starting to deny this one type of loan ADU (accessory dwelling unit) lending updates and why it could be easier to get ADU funding soon How to boost your cash flow and maximize your ROI WITHOUT buying more properties And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Property Manager Finder On The Market Podcast 185 - Top Lenders on Mortgage Rate Predictions + Loans You’ve NEVER Heard Of w/Caeli Ridge and Krystle and Kenny Simpson BiggerPockets Daily Podcast 1263 - Investors: Stop Worrying About Interest Rates—Here’s Why Right Now Is the Time to Buy On The Market Podcast 184 - Fannie Mae’s Mortgage Rate “Range” to Expect in 2024 and 2025   Connect with Caeli : Caeli's BiggerPockets Profile Caeli's Instagram Caeli's LinkedIn  Caeli's Website   Connect with Krystle and Kenny: Kenny's BiggerPockets Profile Krystle's Instagram  Kenny's Instagram  Krystle's LinkedIn Kenny's LinkedIn  Kenny's X/Twitter The Simpson Team's Website Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:07) Mortgage Rate Predictions + Update  (08:16) Trending Loan Products  (11:29) Commercial Lenders Get Cautious… (19:41) Everyone’s Building ADUs! (26:29) Advice for 2024 Investors  (33:07) Work with a Solid Lender Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-220 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you’re like most investors, you’ve probably asked yourself, “Should I pay off my rental property early?” With today’s high mortgage rates, troublesome inflation, low inventory, and risky economy, many investors don’t know whether it’s the right move to pay off their mortgage, reinvest in their properties, or go out and buy more. Paying down your debt gives you a guaranteed return, but with home prices still climbing, you could miss out on the sizable appreciation of getting another rental. On today’s show, we’re going to debate which is the best move to make. Should you pay off debt, buy more investment properties, reinvest in your portfolio, or put more money down when you buy? Each investor has a different method for their next move, but thankfully, our expert panel gives their thought processes for figuring out which decision is best for your portfolio. Henry even shares his “three buckets” framework that EVERY investor should think through BEFORE investing or paying off a property. We’ll also discuss the crucial calculations you can use to help you decide and avoid analysis paralysis if you’re stuck between choices. Plus, how a high-risk house flipper like James protects himself from downsides even during tough markets like today. Don’t pause on making moves that could help you reach financial freedom; stick around, and we’ll show you exactly how to know which moves to make in 2024’s housing market!  In This Episode We Cover Whether to pay off your mortgage early, reinvest, or buy more properties Why EVERY investor needs to calculate return on equity (ROE) on their portfolio Is it too risky to invest today? Why James is making even more high-risk investments in 2024 The “three buckets” of your real estate portfolio that will help decide what you should do with your cash What to do with extra money and how to make some serious passive income with private money lending The only time when we would put a large down payment on a rental property And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Property Manager Finder Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early or Invest? BiggerPockets Real Estate 622 - ROE over ROI and Why Your “Cash Flow” Number is Deceiving Books Mentioned in the Show Real Estate by the Numbers by Dave Meyer Start with Strategy by Dave Meyer Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (02:06) Too Risky to Invest? (09:18) Pay Off Debt Instead? (15:56) Value-Add and Reinvesting  (23:55) Putting More Money Down Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-219 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Owning real estate could get expensive—yes, even more expensive than it already is today. Insurance prices, property taxes, maintenance costs, and more are going through the roof, and there isn’t much stopping these costs from jumping even more. What’s accelerating the rise in these upkeep costs? Hotter summers, colder winters, and more natural disasters. Growing climate risk is making real estate deals harder and harder to pencil, and even some safer areas to invest are seeing sizable pricing upticks.  John Sheffield from ICE brings us the latest data on the financial impacts of climate risk in this episode. When we say “climate risk,” we know what you’re thinking: hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires. But that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what’s causing real estate expenses to jump. Areas of the US with once-cool summers are now experiencing record-breaking heat, increasing hail damage is denting roofs and breaking windows, and flooding has become the norm. These subtle climate effects have huge implications for your bottom line. So, what should you do to secure the profit you’re looking for on your next property? John hits on the expenses that are rising the most, the areas where home upkeep costs could almost mirror monthly mortgage payments, and what investors must do when underwriting their next deal to account for this massive jump in expenses. In This Episode We Cover The actual cost of climate risk and the expenses that are seeing the most significant pricing surges Why even areas without hurricanes, fires, or tornadoes are still at significant risk  Property tax problems and underfunded local governments that could quickly raise taxes Insurance underpricing that could lead to even more expensive home protection Areas where home prices could drop as a result of inflated home expenses Where to find and track climate data so you know where (and where not) to invest  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Property Manager Finder BiggerPockets Real Estate 951 - BiggerNews: Why Low Mortgage Rates Can’t Solve Our Affordability Crisis BiggerPockets Real Estate 895 - BiggerNews: How Climate is Exploding Insurance, Building, and Investing Costs Growing Home Insurance Costs Will Destroy Your Cash Flow—Here’s What You Can Do About It Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:31) Costly Climate Risk (07:56) A Huge Insurance Problem  (14:31) Property Taxes and Utility Costs (20:38) Maintenance Inflation  (22:54) What Investors Must Do (25:22) Prices Could Drop Here  (30:08) Where to Find Climate Data  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-218 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The unemployment rate begins to rise as job growth slows in the latest jobs report, prompting many to wonder, “Will this finally lead to interest rate cuts?” With so many investors waiting and hoping for rates to fall, this metric may point to exactly what the Fed is looking for. But while waiting for rate cuts, investors could miss out on a huge opportunity to buy at discounted prices. If you’re sitting on the sidelines, you could be making a big mistake. What do we mean? We’re getting into it all in this headlines show! We’ve got four economic news stories to discuss today, ranging from Redfin’s $9.25 million settlement as part of the agent commission lawsuits to new jobs report numbers and what Americans really think about the economy. First, we’ll touch on Redfin news as the discount brokerage settles in what seems to be the never-ending NAR lawsuit. Next, Americans think now is the worst time to buy a house. Do we disagree? Not really! But, we do believe it could get even worse very soon for those who don’t buy before it’s too late. Next, we’ll review the latest jobs numbers, from rising unemployment to slowing growth, and whether this will prompt the Fed to finally cut rates. Lastly, we’ll hit on consumer sentiment and America’s growing economic pessimism. With so many Americans living in financial fear, why aren’t we seeing a drop-off in travel and consumer spending? If you’re listening to this episode on a plane to Europe with your designer bag and $500 headphones, we’re talking about you! Stick around as we break down the top economic headlines and their impacts on the housing market.  In This Episode We Cover The latest agent commission settlement and the huge payout from Redfin   Is now the worst time to buy a house, and what happens if home prices keep rising? The one type of real estate that may see a serious uptick in demand over the next few years New jobs report numbers and whether this could finally prompt the Fed to lower rates  Consumer sentiment and the extremely confusing economic pessimism we’re seeing now Why you DON’T have to wait for rates to drop to get your next real estate deal And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Property Manager Finder Grab Dave’s Rent vs. Buy vs. House Hack Calculator Articles from This Episode: Redfin Worst Time to Buy Jobs Report Consumer Sentiment Buy or Rent? Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:13) Redfin Settles in Commission Lawsuit  (06:03) Worst Time to Buy a House? (16:25) Job Growth Slows, Will Rates Drop? (27:47) Economic Pessimism Peaks  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-217 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Squatters' rights have been a serious subject of debate over the past few years. It seems that more and more investors and even one-off landlords are dealing with squatters staying in their homes, whether they’ve had a lease in the past or not. This puts landlords in a strange predicament: try to get squatters out the legal way or offer unconventional incentives to entice the squatters to leave on their own accord. But how can a landlord prevent squatters from getting inside in the first place? Denise Medina and Patrick MacQueen, attorneys based in Detroit and Phoenix, are here to share exactly what a landlord must know about squatters’ rights and how to get a squatter out of your property legally. With new squatter laws taking effect in states like Florida, it seems that landlords and local governments have had enough. However, squatters’ rights remain strong in many other areas, such as James Dainard’s own Seattle, Washington. So what can landlords from either coast do to get squatters out? We’ll break down where squatters’ rights even came from, how landlords can get the legal upper hand and get a squatter OUT of their property, the exact steps a landlord should take, the prevention methods to stop squatting in the first place, and how James deals with squatters frequently without ever having to go to court! In This Episode We Cover Squatters’ rights explained, and the ancient laws that they’re based on Why state governments are getting tired of squatters and tightening up their laws What qualifies someone as a “squatter,” and why it’s MUCH broader than you think Evictions 101 and the steps every landlord should take to get a squatter out “Cash for keys” and maneuvering around the courts to remove squatters Trespassing vs. squatting and why the police CANNOT simply come and take a squatter away And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Property Manager Finder: biggerpockets.com/findapm Learn to Be a Landlord with the BiggerPockets Bootcamps Real Estate Rookie Podcast 360 - Trespassers Took Over My Property! (How to Get Rid of Squatters ASAP) BiggerPockets Real Estate 390 - 7 Figures From ONE Deal With Leka Devatha Connect with Denise: https://www.thefgfirm.law/attorneys/denise-medina/ Connect with Patrick: www.medalistlegal.com Jump to topic: 00:00) Intro (02:17) "Squatting" Explained (06:00) A Rise in Squatters? (10:22) Squatters' Rights (19:01) What Landlords Can Do (26:19) Tips for Landlords (28:15) How Squatting is Changing (33:03) Cash for Keys Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-216  Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The housing market has seen unprecedented home price growth in the 2020s. Already, we’ve almost beat the past three decades, and we aren’t even halfway through our own. And now, with home price growth slowing, many people wonder how we’re still in a position of high housing costs and low inventory. The answer is simple: “Switching costs” are holding the housing market in limbo, and the more you know about them, the more our current situation makes sense. Put simply, “switching costs” are not only the financial but also the psychological costs of selling your current home and buying a new one. With mortgage rates close to double what most Americans have locked in, there’s a substantial financial consideration when purchasing a new home. Lance Lambert, co-founder of ResiClub and housing data authority, is on the show today to talk about home prices, housing inventory, and how “switching costs” influence both. Lance details how our massive home price acceleration put many Americans in an affordability bind, making “switching costs” higher than in recent history. So, how do we cross the threshold to enter a time when “switching costs” are low, prices are stable, and housing inventory returns? Lance walks through exactly how to tell the direction your local housing market is going in and the data investors must look at to get a better sense of how home prices and housing inventory are trending. In This Episode We Cover “Switching costs” explained and why they’re keeping the US housing market in limbo The “lock-in effect” that’s suppressing our housing inventory and keeping owners from selling Inflation’s sizable role in the massive home price appreciation we’ve been seeing The slow recovery in active listings and how far behind pre-pandemic levels we are The one data point you must follow if you want to gauge how healthy your local housing market is And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram On the Market 108 - How the Pandemic Polarized America’s Property Market w/Lance Lambert On the Market 189 - The Fed’s Plan “Backfired,” Now They’re Scrambling w/Logan Mohtashami National home price growth this decade has already surpassed that of the entire 1990s and 2010s Read More from Lance: https://www.resiclubanalytics.com/ Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:27) Housing Inventory Update  (05:00) “Switching Costs” Shoot Up  (10:52) Are Owners “Locked-In”?  (16:04) Can Home Price Growth Last? (21:36) How to Predict Your Market  (26:10) Connect with Lance! Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-215 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Multifamily syndications are getting squeezed. With short-term financing coming due and mortgage rates at multi-decade highs, syndicators are calling on their original investors to raise more money so they don’t lose the deal. The problem? If you’re an investor, how do you know if your additional investment will ever be returned? Could a syndication simply burn through your money without making any promising changes to the investment? What should you know BEFORE you put up the cash for a capital call? We brought two syndication experts, Brian Burke and Mauricio Rauld, on to share their tips for navigating capital calls. Before we start, let’s clarify this isn’t exclusively a syndication or multifamily problem. Much of the commercial real estate market is facing financing problems as loans come due and mortgage rates stay high. However, this problem has become a lot more common for syndication investors since rates started rising. In this episode, we’ll break down what a capital call is, why syndications do them, whether or not you’re obligated to invest more, and what investors MUST look for before putting up cash. If a capital call comes your way, we have the exact questions you should ask the syndicator to ensure your money is being used correctly. Plus, if you’re a syndicator or plan on being one in the future, we share the steps to pull off a capital call the right way and make your investors whole. Making the wrong move could cost not only your investor’s money but also your money and lead to serious legal consequences. Don’t get stuck in that spot; stick around! In This Episode We Cover: Capital calls explained, why they happen, and why they’re becoming common in multifamily Syndications 101 and the reason they’ve become popular among passive investors Commercial lending problems and the bridge loans that are squeezing multifamily investors What investors MUST look for when a capital call comes their way and the questions to ask The right way to execute a capital call and the steps every syndicator should follow And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram Recent Episodes with Brian: On the Market 71 - The Multifamily “Bomb” is About to Blow, Here’s What You Need to Know On the Market 147 - Top Multifamily Investors’ Advice for Buyers in 2023? DON’T Do It! Real Estate Podcast 900 - The Truth About Real Estate Investing in 2024 (What Investors NEED to Know) BiggerPockets Money 219 - Syndications: Everything You Need to Know BEFORE You Invest   Connect with Brian: Brian's BiggerPockets Profile Connect with Mauricio: Mauricio's BiggerPockets Profile   Book Mentioned in the Show: The Hands-Off Investor by Brian Burke Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (03:24) What’s a Syndication? (08:05) Multifamily is Getting “Squeezed”  (12:57) Why “Capital Calls” Happen? (16:20) What Investors MUST Look For (22:25) Sponsor Loans and Raising More Money (28:26) Ask THESE Questions (37:56) The Right Way to Capital Call Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-214 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Texas and Florida are seeing stagnating home prices as housing inventory booms while demand slips away. Housing is still expensive, but with more inventory, why is it staying that way? While the southern states catch their breath from the unprecedented demand of 2020 - 2022, a new housing market is taking control as one of the hottest areas in America. Is it all hype, or could this housing market really be a winner? We’re touching on this week’s news in today’s headlines episode! But first…shrimp. How much shrimp is too much shrimp? Apparently, miscalculated shrimp is a very costly mistake, as a beloved American chain restaurant could be declaring bankruptcy due to a costly “all you can eat” deal gone wrong. But before we get into crispy bottom feeders, we’ll talk about the home price woes Florida and Texas are facing as their inventory booms, but home prices stay stagnant. Speaking of stagnation, we discuss “stagflation” and whether or not this economy-killer could hit the US. With Americans getting fed up with the South’s high prices, a new Midwest market has been named America’s new #1 housing market, but would WE invest in it? From market saturation to stagflation, shrimp miscalculations, and top housing markets, we’re wrapping up this week’s economic news so you can invest better than the rest, so stick around!  In This Episode We Cover: Southern inventory booms and why home prices are stagnating in once “hot” markets The nation’s new #1 housing market in a surprisingly small city you probably haven’t heard of Growing love for affordable housing markets and why so many Americans and businesses are moving Stock market sliding and the real fear that “stagnation” could hit the US economy The one chain restaurant that may be going bankrupt because of a jumbo-shrimp-sized miscalculation And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram Headlines from Today’s Show: Texas and Florida Home Prices New #1 Housing Market Stagflation Shrimp Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (00:55) Texas and Florida’s Inventory Booms (07:31) #1 Housing Market in America  (15:06) Next Stop, Stagflation? (23:46) Going Bankrupt On Shrimp Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-213 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When housing inventory is low, where do you go? Foreclosure rates are down, short sales are a hassle, and the open housing market has barely any sellers—is there a better way to find deals? Yes! Enter real estate receivership—the hidden housing inventory that our own James Dainard has been using for years to get better deals than what’s on the market. How do they work, and what’s behind these discounted deals? Attorney Jake Flothe works with receiverships daily and has seen the inside and out of these transactions that most real estate investors know nothing about. In short, receivership is when a court-appointed receiver takes control of a property in order to sell it to pay back creditors on the borrower’s behalf. This alternative to foreclosure and bankruptcy helps many real estate investors and everyday Americans escape a financial bind and can bring better properties to your investment portfolio. Jake gets into the nitty gritty of why someone would go into receivership, how to finance these discounted deals, the vast benefits of receivership over foreclosure or short sales, what the bidding and buying process looks like, and the one clause that could kick you out of an amazing receivership deal.  In This Episode We Cover: The hidden inventory of “receiverships” that most investors have no idea about Why receivership real estate may be an even better deal than foreclosures  The bidding process and how to start putting in offers on these discounted deals A BIG reason why foreclosures are down and receiverships are “ramping up” One clause that could completely ruin your receivership deals  Why YOU may need to consider receivership if your deal goes sideways  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram What is a Foreclosure? The Complete Guide HousingWire CEO: This Inventory Shortage Could Last Decades Connect with Jake: Jake's LinkedIn Jake's Website Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:50) What is Receivership? (06:05) Can You Finance It? (07:40) Better Than Short Sales? (11:54) Bidding and Buying (16:36) Receivership is “Ramping Up” (21:20) The “Bump” Clause (23:33) Fewer Foreclosures? (24:36) How to Buy Receivership Properties  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-212 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
America is in need of affordable housing; we’re all aware. Buying your first home has become increasingly challenging for everyday people. This is where housing subsidies come in. Federal housing subsidies were created over ninety years ago to help Americans get into the housing market and strengthen the economy, but in 2024, much of that money may not be headed to homebuyers—it could be going to banks instead. On today’s show, we talk to Sharon Cornelissen, Ph.D., Director of Housing at the Consumer Federation of America. Sharon’s mission is to advocate for safe, affordable housing with equitable mortgage lending for American consumers. In this episode, Sharon illuminates the shocking fact that most Americans are completely unaware of—billions in housing subsidies AREN’T being used for housing. So, if they’re not going to homebuyers, where are all the subsidies headed? Sharon discusses the banks that could be receiving a significant amount of these subsidies without providing any benefits for homebuyers, how the Coalition for Federal Home Loan Bank Reform is trying to change this, and how, if they succeed, affordable housing could see a MASSIVE influx in subsidies, that could help the housing market tremendously. In This Episode We Cover: Where the $7.3 billion in housing subsidies is actually going The Federal Home Loan Bank system and why it’s in dire need of reform  How the mortgage market changed over the past century and why we’re seeing these problems How over $1 billion could be directed straight towards affordable housing How Sharon picked up a $7,000 house in one of the most devastated real estate markets  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram Consumer Federation of America Federal Home Loan Banks Connect with Sharon: Coalition for FHLB Reform Sharon's LinkedIn Sharon's X/Twitter Jump to topic: (00:00) Intro (01:17) Buying a $7,000 House! (04:41) $7.3B in Housing Subsidies!  (11:45) Is It Working?  (14:44) The Big Problem  (18:59) A Solution for Affordable Housing  Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-211 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Over the past few years, you’ve probably heard the term “walkability” thrown out. For those who have lived in big cities, this is a common factor to use when deciding where to live or work. If you can catch a quick bus or walk to the office, the grocery store, restaurants, or a movie theater, there’s a fair chance you’ll pay more for where you live. But, most real estate investors aren’t thinking about this, and their ignorance could cost them. Jeff Speck, city planner and writer, is on the show to discuss how walkability, smart urban planning, and intentional property design can help you make much more money while improving the lives of your tenants and neighbors. Jeff has seen time and time again how smart urban planning leads to higher home appreciation and rents and a safer, happier community. The problem? Most of us are stuck in car-reliant American suburbs with little walkability and lacking public transportation. After hearing this episode, you’ll easily be able to spot the properties that will grow faster in value due to smart city planning. So, before you go out and buy your next property, make sure it aligns with Jeff’s four components of walkability because if it does, you could have a valuable property on your hands that most other investors won’t even notice! In This Episode We Cover: Walkability explained and why this is such a crucial factor in home and rent prices The four components of walkability and how to ensure your property fits The huge portion of Americans who want walkable properties and communities Mixed-use development and why Americans want more than big yards and big houses Urban design trends to pay attention to that could change the real estate landscape How to get your city leaders to take the steps to building more walkable communities  And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram Connect with Jeff Jeff's Instagram Jeff's LinkedIn Jeff's X/Twitter Jeff's Website Books Mentioned in the Show: Walkable City by Jeff Speck Walkable City Rules by Jeff Speck Suburban Nation by Andrés Duany The Death and Life of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs Homelessness is a Housing Problem by Clayton Page Aldern and Gregg Colburn The High Cost of Free Parking by Donald Shoup   (00:00) Intro (01:07) Why We Need “Walkability” (07:32) Americans WANT Walkable Spaces (09:49) Bringing Back Walkable Cities (15:19) Profit Potential to Look For (19:33) Will This Increase Affordability? (25:13) Urban Design Trends to Watch (33:01) What Investors Should Do Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-210 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the first-ever On the Market Housing Market Awards! This year, we’re giving out awards for the best housing market in the country, best beginner real estate investing strategy, best experienced investor strategy, and most negative impact on real estate. But we’re not just giving out the awards; we’re also getting one, as On the Market has recently been named a 2024 Webby Honoree for business podcasting! With over 13,000 podcast applicants, we made it to the top ten! We’re honored to have been honored, but it’s even more of an honor to share our On the Market housing market picks with you in today’s episode! First, we’re pitting the country against itself to see which region has been giving the biggest win to investors. Then, we’re going over the beginner investor strategy that anyone can use to start building wealth in 2024 (it’s almost a cheat code!). For experienced investors, we share the best strategy that you can use to sit back and collect passive cash flow. Finally, we give our award for the most negative impact on the housing market; who will win: high interest rates, low inventory, inflation, or the “YouTube crash bros”? Thank you again to the Webby judges for choosing On the Market as one of the best business podcasts in the world! And thank you, our listeners, for tuning in and loving On the Market—we wouldn’t be here without you! In This Episode We Cover: The newest podcasting award for the entire On the Market team The best housing market in the country to invest in (and whether or not it’ll last) One investing strategy that ANY real estate beginner can use to start building wealth  How to make truly passive income with this experienced real estate investing strategy Why you CAN’T trust the "YouTube crash bros" who keep telling you housing is about to tank Whether or not Dave is wearing sweatpants under his suit while recording this episode And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram James' BiggerPockets Profile James' Instagram Kathy's BiggerPockets Profile Kathy's Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram 2024 Webby Business Podcast Honorees Book Mentioned in the Show: Lend to Live by Alexandria Breshears and Beth Pinkley Johnson Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com and https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-209 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
America is in an affordable housing crisis. With home prices rising dramatically over the past four years and rents following right along, tens of millions of Americans are spending a significant chunk of their income just to put a roof over their heads. This means less money in Americans’ pockets for education, nutritious foods, investments, or an emergency fund. But, new government policies could help lessen the budgeting blow Americans are feeling from unaffordable housing costs, and investors may be able to help while turning a profit. Dennis Shea, Executive Director of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Center for Housing Policy at the Bipartisan Policy Center, has been fighting for affordable housing long before the recent ramp-up in housing costs. Today, we ask Dennis what caused our unaffordable housing market, why it got even worse after the pandemic, the impacts high home prices have on the economy, and the potential solutions every investor should know about. We even ask the uncomfortable question: Are investors to blame for the state of housing prices? But worry not—Dennis shares numerous ways investors can actually help low-income households and their communities while turning a profit with affordable housing development. If you’re looking to invest while building an even better housing market, this is the episode for you! In This Episode We Cover: Why America is experiencing such a shortage of affordable housing units in 2024 The “root of the housing crisis” that MUST be solved for our housing market to stabilize Why housing became even more unaffordable after the pandemic One potential solution that could be a massive win-win for real estate investors and tenants The affordable housing tax credit that could see a fifty-percent boost is passed What investors can do to help build affordable housing WHILE turning a profit And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Agent BiggerPockets Bootcamps Join BiggerPockets for FREE On The Market Join the Future of Real Estate Investing with Fundrise Connect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” Forums Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel Dave's BiggerPockets Profile Dave's Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram Resources Mentioned from Today’s Show: A Bipartisan Opportunity To Address the Affordable Housing Crisis | Opinion Bipartisan Policy Center Exploring the Affordable Housing Shortage’s Impact on American Workers, Jobs, & The Economy The American Housing Act The Impact of Zoning On Housing Affordability Connect with Dennis: J. Ronald Terwilliger Center Website Dennis' LinkedIn Dennis' X/Twitter Check out more resources from this show on BiggerPockets.com:  https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-208 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email advertise@biggerpockets.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Ian Middleton

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