When I was in my early 20’s, I was always looking at the valley investors’ page and trying to guess what they were doing. They were all so confident and well-intentioned that I’d want to invest in a new home.
While I have to say that I absolutely disagree with the idea that investors are self-serving, the truth is that there are a lot of people out there who want to buy houses that are undervalue, or for which they have no hope of selling. They’re not all looking to be a landlord.
The reason for this is as follows: In the late 90s and early 2000s, investors were getting an idea about homes, but in the mid-90s, it was just plain stupid.
We are seeing that now, in a lot of places you can see this on the market. Some people have the desire and the means to buy a property that the market value is significantly lower than its market price. But then they also see that the home has never been a home, and they dont want to pay the price for that. Thats why theyre getting rid of their house and buying a house.
I think the best thing about this trend is that it is slowly shifting from the “buy my property at below market value” to the “buy my property at market value” mindset. This is a much safer way to go about buying a home. But in my opinion, the “buy my property at market value” mindset is the best way to go about buying a home, because it is the most realistic.
I’m not sure if the home is worth what it is now. Maybe it’s worth more than it is now, maybe it’s worth less. At some point in the future, the market will come back, but in the meantime, the house is in a bad state. The builder will fix it up and sell it for a nice profit.
This is a big issue because the majority of real estate investors are trying to make a quick buck. With the economy as it is, they are getting a lot of money, but they aren’t getting the return they are expecting. This isn’t the case for home buyers. We all know the home is worth more than what it is today. If it’s fixed up, maybe the home is worth less.
The typical home buyer will have a fixed downpayment, and will be willing to spend the rest of their life making that downpayment. But the reality is that the home will be worth less than its current value. The builder will be working with a real estate agent, and the real estate agent will have a fixed downpayment to work with. But the average home buyer is going to have to go the market to get even a reasonable price, because the costs of the market are too high.
The market is the place where people like you, or people like you want to buy a house. The market is so ridiculously high in value that it makes it extremely difficult for people like you to get the real deal. And the market is so ridiculously low in value that it makes it extremely difficult for people like you to get the true value of your home.
The idea is that a good buying strategy is to do your homework well. You have to research the market well, identify the best sites to show you the homes that will likely sell for the best prices, and have a good eye for the potential buyer. In other words, you can’t just show up and take your chances on the market. You need a plan.