So, what’s happening with home prices? And of more importance, what should we now expect over the next year? Will prices continue to rocket upwards? Must you make an investment right now, before it’s priced out of reach?
Most states now have similar re-opening policies, so it’s a good time to make some comparison – not just about the short-term economic outlook but about structural job changes in local markets that will have lasting effects on the demand for housing.
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The population of California increased zero in 2019 driven by high housing costs and few new jobs. The real estate market is far from dead, but investors now have to be much more careful about exactly where they put their money and what kind of investment they make.
In 2021 there will be strong demand for more rentals, just when the supply has actually gone down. Unemployed renters will expand the lower end of the renter market but have financial difficulties. This produces more risk for investors in rental property.