Blog/Real Estate

The Condo Market Turning Down

The condo bubble has broken in many markets. Even rentals in Miami and other prime markets have begun to decline. In part, the rise in the dollar is now [...]

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Is the Housing Market Collapsing?

Well, home ownership in America is falling to a 51.6-year low. The actual share of Americans who own their homes fell to 62.9% in the second quarter, which was the [...]

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Standard Life Suspends Their Property Fund

Standard Life suspended trading in its UK property fund after reducing the value of the fund by writing down the value of property by 5%. This set off a wave if [...]

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British Real Estate

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong An anecdote and a question If I may….. My parents were selling their average 3 bed terrace house in Tooting Bec, SW London for [...]

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Real Estate in Decline

Real Estate is in crash mode. London and Hong Kong look the worst after both were off 15%+ in the first month of the turn from September 30, 2015. The Miami market [...]

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Where to Invest

QUESTION: Hi Martin, I am a subscriber to your investor service and read your blog daily for years now. Thank you for your wonderful service to educate those who [...]

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Australian Property in Crash Mode? Is It a Crime to Buy Australian Property?

The Australian government has now ordered the sale of residential properties bought in breach of foreign ownership laws. The anti-foreign investor property laws [...]

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The Insanity of the Housing Market

QUESTION: Marty, What is the answer to affordable home ownership? Here in Australia the tax incentive called negative gearing introduced during Paul Keating’s [...]

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Real Estate Has Peaked

The U.S. real estate market has turned for the top end has peaked. Luxury homes for the top 5% are now off by 2%. In my personal search, I have been looking at [...]

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London Property Crashes – Off 11.5% in One Month

It appears the London Property Market bubble has peaked with the Osbourne changes in taxation and the Economic Confidence Model. Already, just since the turn on [...]

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