Blog/Real Estate

California Real Estate Peaks and Begin a Crash

California has joined the states with not just the highest taxes in America, but it has become one of those states that people are just leaving resulting i9n a net [...]

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New York Real Estate

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I listened to you perhaps a bit too late. Put my condo on the market here in New York City and nothing for six months. The realtor said [...]

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China’s Housing Boom

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What about the Chinese housing bubble. Why has this been so different in many ways? IX ANSWER: The primary difference is the simple fact [...]

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High-End Real Estate Starting to Enter Crash Mode

The high-end market in Connecticut is starting to decline. The hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller bought his estate in 2004 for $23 million. He had it on the [...]

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German Property Market – A Real Estate Bubble?

Asking €747,000 QUESTION: Possible Correlation with ECM-peak in Nov. 2017? Mr. Armstrong, just today I became aware of your story and your life’s work. Your [...]

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Gold Better in Euros than Dollars?

QUESTION: G’day guys. Thanks for a great seminar in Hong Kong! I’m reading through your 1 world currency report and find it very interesting, going back to [...]

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Vancouver Real Estate Forecast – Regulation & Currency

QUESTION: I am new to your services. I purchased the Canadian report on the property markets. I am fascinated by your ability to forecast so many events. I [...]

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London Property Sales Crashed 40% Thanks to Tax Increase

Where I use to live back in 1985 The London housing market sales has crashed to its lowest level now since 2013. We reported in November 2015 with the turn in the [...]

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Real Estate Speculation – Boom – Bust – Just Insanity

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Thank you for this blog post. I understand your position but what if you find yourself as I do with real estate being the MAJORITY of your [...]

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Why Real Estate Should NEVER be the Majority of Your Portfolio

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I believe you may be the only person who has identified this trend in government others are just starting to see. Here in New Brunswick in [...]

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