Everyone buying and selling real estate should make themselves familiar with the fundamentals affecting real estate cycles and the risks associated. The articles herein will provide you with a level of transparency that can help you to make informed decisions and impact your financial well being. 

Buyers Remorse

It's not uncommon for buyers to experience feelings of regret and remorse after purchasing a property, and there are various reasons why this may occur. Suppose you are part of the 75%. In that case, you should find peace in knowing that many people just like you did not ask the right questions of their advisors, including real estate professionals and lenders, who should have supplied you with enough information to make a good decision. 

One potential cause of remorse is overpaying for a property. In today's competitive market, buyers may feel pressured to offer more than they can afford to secure their dream home. It's understandable to feel regretful if they realize later that they overpaid for the property.

Another reason why buyers may…

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Unlike the stock market, where most people understand and accept the risk that prices may fall, most people who buy a house don't ever think that the value of their home will ever decrease.

The housing market, like other assets, is susceptible to unsustainable gains, and bubbles are formed over time even though many people feel it is a sure bet for growth.  That's because of the large transaction costs associated with purchasing a home, not to mention the carrying costs of owning and maintaining a home discourage speculative behavior. However, housing markets do go through periods of irrational exuberance.

This article will help to explain real estate cycles, triggers that cause them, and why consumers should be cognizant of the forces at play…

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