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22 thoughts on “Should you SELL *ALL* Real Estate | Why I'm Selling.

  1. Terence Lacey says:

    Consider this. Rents nationally are the highest they’ve ever been. Real estate prices dropped in years past, have the rents ever decreased substantially, of course not, they’ve generally been stagnant some years or on an upward trajectory. We expect at some point there will be a correction in wages and prices, and wages for most part will decrease. If real estate investors that own properties inhabited by renters see a 15% correction, they will likely compensate for the losses by raising rents. The renters pay higher rents, interest rates peak, demand decreases in home buying for everyone. High rates don’t mean cheaper homes in the long term people. refinancing in the future would be undesirable to RE investors who started out with 1-3% interest rate and because they never sold at peak prices, they go on and continue to rent. Inflation and rising rents cause “a quiet eviction increase” (lower-lower middle class) that this time the government has no crisis to use as an excuse to bail people out of. Eviction increases then cause a sell off to avoid investor default because they can’t raise rents to astronomical levels to sustain income losses, and they can’t refinance with high interest rates and negative equity. 2008 nah, this is different…2024-25, this time it’s the investors who are going to be upside down not the consumer because they didn’t just by freaking wedge deals, they bought up everything and overpaid 20-30% for houses that weren’t wedge deals thinking prices will continue to rise to infinity. If home prices drop 10% they will still be in the hole from paying an inflated price that is higher than home prices 2-3 years ago and there is no guarantee that prices will increase as rampant as they did after Covid-19 when the Fed does begin to drop interest rates again because there is no crisis to not keep interest rates at a stable rate. Be honest with your people man you are shifting business models because you know when sh9t hits the fan, the investors will be lookin like Zillow from having taken on so much property, being greedy thinking that they can ride the price hikes, they’re still out here overpaying for homes. You know however, no crisis no dices and the Fed is not dropping rates back to zero unless we see another one. The RE investor stuff was gold until it became over saturated with corporations and investors.

  2. Joyce Barnett says:

    If you have to pay the government 25% capital gains tax on the sale of a rental then it does not make sense to sell unless the market drops way below that primary is different you hot that $250,000 exclusion or $500,000 if married exclusion. Rentals dont have that.

  3. Hardeep Singh says:

    sell or not sell…only do it if you want to do…not because Meet Kevin said so..He changes his mind few every month. Plus his agenda is different than your….Someone on you tube probably not the best person for your financial advics. My 2cent!

  4. Renata Pereira says:

    Kevin always has new videos in his channel, he delivers such great info and insight! specially on Real Estate! Thankful for you Kev, I seen your millennial money video its very notable that the harder you work, the luckier you get. Wishing you the best!

  5. B F says:

    Strange to see you selling your Real Estate Holdings. Why don’t you just refinance and pull out maximum amounts of cash for your other real estate venture. You will regret selling your Real Estate Holdings in 20 years from now you will wished you never sold them.

  6. Kinan H says:

    Thanks for the timely insight. I have to sell my home in the bay area in CA and buy a new one in So Cal. Yup. Expecting to pay a good amount in fees and tax. Plan to buy a cheaper home and procure some cash to invest in more liquid assets. This will reduce reliance on primary residential real estate.

  7. Virus Complex says:

    Curious about pricing. I found an investment loan for 3.85% to 5.2%. 1% origination cost. This was for 3 different scenarios. 50%LTV, 1.5 million, 600k 65% LTV and 75% LTV 1 million dollar loan. Credit above 700 and gross DSCR 1.05. Where is everyone seeing loan pricing at?

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