Housing prices have been skyrocketing across the country with no end in sight. Are we in a real estate bubble ready to burst or is this only the beginning?
Excellent article, wow! Well researched and very informative on a topic that has been of interest lately, so a well timed article. I learned a lot not just from the comment but the articles cited. I also REALLY like the fact that your writing style isn't sensationalized or focused on entertainment or humor, like many online articles are. At first I was turned off by the length, and was expecting more frequent and shorter articles by you (maybe a couple every week). But I think the longer format here worked well, especially for a complex and multi-faceted topic like housing costs. Have you considered maybe doing something weekly? I understand you have to balance your time and how in depth to go and all that so it may not be practical. And are you planning on focusing on things related to more current events (like rising house prices) or more traditional "timeless" financial topics? Also your journalism background certainly proved quite valuable, your writing style is fantastic! You've set the bar high, don't disappoint going forward! ha ;)
Wow! Great first article. You hit it out of the park. Looking forward to your future articles.
FTE DANIEL !! This article was so thorough and informative. Wish I had some of this information prior to buying my home. You And the Money Guy Team are incredible. Thankyou for the content and please keep it coming.
Nice article to kick it off. Wish it would have included if/when to buy points and in what housing environment should you be utilizing this tactic to lower interest rate.
I second the thought of discussing UGMA/UTMA/529 plan. Love listening to the show and getting LIVE feedback for young families (late 20's to early 30's) on things I should be doing that someone else wish they did.
Thank you for writing and sharing this with us. It was very informative and it’s reassuring me to continue to stay the course and continue saving. I will share this with anyone I know that’s in the market. 🙏🏽❤️
Hey FTE great article would love in a future post to have a discussion on the best asset class that has the highest expected risk adjusted return like small cap value versus something like emerging markets thanks!
Wonderful read Daniel! Thanks for insight into your personal interest as well! Look forward to reading more of these
Excellent article- thank you! Very interesting comparison between the credit scores and default rates between 2007 and 2021.
Nice depth-dive for your solo debut! While you’re no longer the FTE, I enjoy the #runningmanjoke! Best wishes for success👍👍
Great article! I keep hearing so much about this duplicating the 2006-2008 bust and this cleared it up. Definitely a different situation now in 2021. As a seller in 2-3 years I hope the prices stay sky high!
Edit...My email removed the embedded links...I see them on the web site.
Great first article, Daniel!
I would love for you to explore the topic of UGMA/UTMAs in the future.
I like this idea. Are you going to have your own facebook group or page to follow? On a side note, I still think this whole "FTE" label is somewhat disrespectful if you have graduated and so on but hey if you are embracing it then kudos to you.
Great job on the post. Having been a long time Money Guy Show viewer, I knew it was going to be good! It also find it interesting that you can read two separate opinions on the same day concerning the housing market and get completely opposite views. I'm curious your opinion and findings as it relates to the opposing viewpoints. Will those that lost their jobs (whose jobs have disappeared) have an impact on the market? Are foreclosures building in the background? How propped up is the rental market from eviction moratoriums? Here in the Seattle area, I've thought for sure the prices were unsustainable for the longest time and yet they continue to rise. Is the $15 minimum wage causing upward pressures of higher salaries across the board to blame and are housing prices a leading indicator for inflation this time around? I'm excited to hear your thoughts on whatever topic you choose next... nice work!
Not housing related...
I have a retirement account with the state and I am not fully vested (off by 3 months). Not sure if I will go back to work for the state. Should I take it out and move it to an IRA or leave it in there, just in case I go back?