Housing Bubble Watch California, Home Prices Report: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, – San Diego Videos



published: 2019-03-16 15:06:15

Analysis on California home prices and housing bubble conditions.
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  1. Sorry about the (re)-upload. The content gods deemed the first release unfriendly.

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  2. High IQ workers fleeing CA while low IQ invaders stream in to "replace" them. 
    What could possibly go wrong with RE prices and the CA economy/tax base?
    Especially once the chopsticks are removed from propping up inflated RE prices in western U.S. and Canada.

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  3. AML Geotargeting regulations also are going to take out many chinese buyers. This money is dirty and geotargeting is expanding because FINCEN is looking to be more aggressive and not let markets turn into Vancouver B.C. which is a dirty money and loose lending bubble waiting to pop. Canada's FinTRAC has been slow and pretty anemic in fighting the dirty money, too many people in government are enjoying the benefits of the dirty money. Hell, the rich chinese students pay 3x the tuition rate of those in province. Nobody wants this to end,… well except the PEOPLE that have to suffer and enslave themselves over and over again for the false hope of owning something they will never get to own.

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  4. My neighbor in WA state just commit suicide because he went bankrupt.
    He had a house on the lake with boats, cars, wife, wonderful kids. I use to hang out over there in high school.

    Sadly I expect to see more of that soon.

    late 2019 seems suspenseful.
    Anticipating what’s to come.

    I expect massive job loss,
    Foreclosure, repossessions,

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  5. Why you gotta bust my bubbles brah? You're really busting my bubbles.

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  6. Have been wondering how the fires, etc. in CA affect real estate market (and building supply costs)?

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  7. It should be ILLEGAL to allow Chinese Investors come in and flood the Housing Market–creates chaos for the working class from ever acquiring a home or always stuck paying more than half of their income on housing alone–SHAME ON YOU PEOPLE (politicians)!!!..Whatever happened with Communism vs.Capitalism yet there's Communist Chinese Billionaires/Investors that are practicing Capitalism and Capitaliat flirting with Communism???.Enough of this Bullshit!!..I better not hear another Idiot American trying to lecture me about Chinese Communist–when these people are inflating the housing demand bubble and putting many Working Class Americans out on the streets..

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  8. l was looking at buying some property here in Cali…check this out l am an LVN (licensed vocational nurse) l make decent money, my husband is military. So we are both professionals making some good money. We do not buy any unecessary things or Gucci bags. We spend our money on food, rent, phone and car bills. l would say these are inevitable bills that almost everyone has to pay. Anyways after talking to a loan officer he told me getting approved for a loan is not the problem. But finding something for the price l wanted under 400k was nearly impossible. Then l started searching places in Florida, l can get a mansion for 200k!!!! Needless to say California is pushing us out of the state, pushing professionals out is never good. BTW l live in San Diego too.

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  9. Build a wall around commiefornia.
    Throw libtards in it.

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  10. Quadruple "B" do you think there needs to be manipulation of the market such as regulating home buyers, building new "affordable" homes to meet demand, stimulus packages and foreign buyer interventions? Or do you think back in 2006 the same interventions is what caused the initial housing crisis.

    P.S.!!!!
    STILL waiting for that Arizona video!

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  11. I love reruns. Thanks. Do those HOA fees include diaper service?

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  12. Good video. Perhaps you could do an analysis and make an estimate how the bubble will unwind, it’s just an estimate no one could expect you to be 100% right

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  13. The housing market bubble will pop every 12 to 15 years forever until there is a cap on home prices

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  14. Land Patent Title and Allodial Title. Could you talk about these.

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  15. China is in full blown Collapse but they will never admit it. Why do you think Commiefornia and Canada, Australia, NZ, UK is such a Mess? Globalization for the last 35 years. Ahhh a Million dollars for a Debt Box with interest lol. What a sick joke. It's the Money System duh.

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  16. “When the realtor only puts one picture up you know it’s probably a hot mess up in there.” 😆

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  17. I agree that California is a canary in the coal mine because you also have to consider the domino effect. All the homeowners that were leaving the state with equity from their houses being sold affected real estate markets in other states.

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  18. Prices are still way over priced I mean come on a small condo 1,000 square feet 450-500k 2 bedrooms with a 400-500 HOA these prices are unbelievable

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  19. Can you make a real estate investing video ? What’s your approach how much is needed etc ?

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