One of the biggest mistakes you can make is getting scared off of an investment that ends up costing you your biggest payday of all time.
How badly would you feel if you were frightened away from snagging a piece of a $200 billion industry?
Luckily, that doesn’t have to be the case, and even better, I can show you a way to ensure you never miss out on those profits again!
The industry that I’m referring to is real estate, which is an industry that basically every American is invested in in some way.
After all, we all need a place to live, don’t we?
Why not leverage that basic human need into even more profits through real estate investing?
Investing in the real estate market doesn’t have to be any more difficult than living in a house.
Where the most money comes in is knowing when to make big moves, and when to not be misled by public opinion or the market “noise.”
There have been a lot of dramatic headlines as of late claiming that the booming housing market has to be heading down soon.
These doomsayers and naysayers will be keeping you from some of the biggest profits of your life if you let them get to you!
While I can understand the paranoia and the anxiety that can result from a market that has been doing so well for so long, we are actually able to track the housing market quite accurately.
Because of this, we’ll know before another real estate crash occurs, if it does, and we’ll be prepared.
You might be wondering why, if we can apparently predict what the real estate market will do, people continue to freak out and cry wolf.
Well, the truth is that while I find it incredibly simple to track the market’s movement, it’s because I’ve been trained in what to look for, which the average individual, or even those fat cats on Wall Street, have not.
So, what exactly is my secret that allows me to know if the real estate market is headed for a downturn or not?
The answer is building permits.
Not flashy enough for you?
Well building permits can actually be an incredibly useful indicator for how the real estate market is doing.
By tracking the building permits that are being approved, we can predict what kind of movement the market is heading in.
For instance, let’s look at this chart of U. S. building permits from 2002 to 2018.
What we see on this chart is that in 2005, the rate of building permits was starting to stagnate.
Then by 2006, the rate was clearly spiraling down, which it continued to do through 2007.
As we all know now, 2008 was the time of the huge real estate market crash that devastated the housing market for years to come.
That crash could’ve been predicted, and was by those who knew what to look for, simply by tracking building permits in the U. S.
If the number of building permits is in decline, it’s because people aren’t building.
Now that may seem painfully obvious, but evidently it isn’t to everyone since people still seem perplexed by the housing market and willing to jump up and declare we’re headed for decline.
I realize you can’t see the last couple years very clearly on the above chart, but it’s obviously not exhibiting any of the dramatic declines of 2006 and 2007.
For a closer look, here’s the chart for building permits over the last 5 years.
While there are ups and downs, as there would be in any market over the course of time, it’s nowhere near the plunging decline of over a decade ago, and it is still in a long-term uptrend.
At the end of the day, that’s all we care about!
There will always be people trying to fill your head with paranoia and unfounded doubts because they don’t want you to get the massive paydays that are practically at your fingertips.
The residential real estate industry, the same one in which you’re most likely already invested in, is a 200 BILLION dollar industry!
Don’t miss out on your very own slice of those billions because of gossip and rumors.
I’ve shown you exactly what you need to look for to know how the real estate market is really doing.
If you ever have any doubts, just look up building permits, and you’ll know exactly where the market is heading.
It truly is that simple.