If you are a real estate investor, you’ve probably thought about climate change and how it may impact your portfolio.
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In this article we’ll share our top housing market predictions for 2020 and 2021, including a full COVID-19 update. Topics also include, home sales, demand and inventory, job loss, tenants paying rent, the economy, mortgage defaults as moratoriums end, the declining value of the dollar, more renters than owners, political climate, tariffs and more. We’ll share predictions about what we expect in 2020 and 2021 and how to plan accordingly.
Gold prices are soaring and that’s no surprise for today’s guest. He’s famous for criticizing the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy of printing more and more money to bail out companies that shouldn’t be bailed and to fund the ever-growing government programs that simply can’t be funded by taxes alone.
[RWS #787] Real Estate Investing: An Immigrant’s Success as a Busy Tech Professional With a Passion for Passive Income
Imagine moving to a new country where you can’t even speak the language and don’t really know the culture, and still trying to stake your claim and become a successful, contributing citizen.
Millions of U.S. properties are at substantial risk of flooding, and some say that risk is growing due to climate change. But it hasn’t been easy to determine a property’s flood risk.
[REN #933] Tenant Issues: Landlord Loses Case Involving an Emotional Support Pet and Tenant Allergies
An Iowa landlord got caught in an impossible situation. He said “yes” to an emotional support dog, and that dog ended up bothering another tenant who had allergies.