Confronting Home Builders. They're About to CRASH the Housing Market (just like 2008).



Home Builders are going to CRASH the 2022 US Housing Market if they keep building so many homes. Especially in Real Estate Markets across Texas and Florida.

The US Housing Bubble is raging. Home prices are the highest they’ve ever been. So are mortgage payments. These were already signs of a Bubble. But now Home Builders are starting to build nearly as many homes as they did in the mid-2000s.

The more Houses and Apartments that are being built, the greater the likelihood of a Housing Crash. Especially in hot Sun Belt markets such as Austin, Nashville, Charlotte, and Phoenix. Home Builders are going especially crazy here.

Meanwhile, builders are NOT building as many homes in places like San Francisco, Chicago, and Philadelphia. Home Building in these areas is way down over the last 15 Years.

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37 comments

  1. Some questions about if these Permits are SINGLE-FAMILY or APARTMENTS. The answer is that it depends where you live. Here's a breakdown by the % that are Single-Family:

    Huntsville, AL: 95%
    Tulsa: 88%
    Tampa: 80%
    Atlanta: 78%
    Sacramento: 75%
    Houston: 75%
    Boise: 71%
    Phoenix: 68%
    Chicago: 52%
    Denver: 43%
    San Francisco: 30%
    Seattle: 28%
    New York: 24%

    In general – Sun Belt builds Single-Family. Coasts build Multi/Condo.

  2. Thank You for your insight and knowledge on the housing market. I am looking to build a new home in 2022-2023 in Wichita KS. Can you provide some insight into builder construction cost forecasts for this year and next? Also I am interested in your thoughts on the Wichita market.
    Thank You

  3. EXPOSE The reason the house market is high is due to artificial and deliberate act by developers because they do not want home owner sale their house until they make sure they build a large number of houses and condo for rent or sell then they lower the price as opposed to individual sellers who already tied up by the fake high price only in paper as there are not actual buyer because of income and much inflated price.this is in all states including Atlanta Georgia so I suggest anyone who want to sell their house sell it now at reasonable price. Do not get fooled and tied yourself up with false information. Most house price so inflate to $300000 do not worth of 180000

  4. The banks are buying them sight unseen for more than any private buy should pay.
    The banks using basically free money are then renting the properties even if some are willing to buy them at a profit.
    Lots of social programs that allows those with no or bad credit, even unemployeed w/ benefits can move in that dream house. Lots of incentives for banks / realtors to do so with out all the red tape and with Uncle Sam backing it , they know it's a sure thing risk free.

  5. Builders are building boomers retirement homes . No builder is building spec homes anymore . Builders learned their lesson . The 2020 census is not accurate . Are you including home improvement permits too ?

  6. Disclosure Question: This data indicates that the highest regions of new housing are focused on BLUE Counties within the RED STATES or BLUE Counties within the BLUE STATES. Go Figure! This isn't a balanced system – just look at the map shown at minute 10:00 for a few seconds and you'll see the scheme has graduated from PONZI to something of a different spin. 🤔🤨Hmm! Wait a minute and let that soak in.

  7. How do condo buildings reflect on these numbers? Like 1 permit for a 50 unit building or shows 50 permits?

  8. The map shows Democrat shit holes versus Republican safe havens. This won't reverse until Democrats are thrown out at the next elections.

  9. Stop using the word ‘crash’. Crash implies a loss of over 50%. So unless these $500,000 home prices drop to under $250,000 it’s just an adjustment.

  10. Thanks for the video. Only concern I have with the permit rates is some areas are able to expand and grow and build more than others. For instance, along the California coast there isn't much land left to build whereas a place like Boise probably has a lot of room to expand. So wouldn't land availability heavily factor into permit rate?

  11. Once the moratoriums get lifted your going to see and excess of 1.8 million homes hit the market and then prices will tumble.

  12. You might not have a hundred million dollars to invest, but that doesn’t mean your money can’t share in the same opportunities available to others. You work hard for your money; make sure your money works hard for you.

  13. You might not have a hundred million dollars to invest, but that doesn’t mean your money can’t share in the same opportunities available to others. You work hard for your money; make sure your money works hard for you.

  14. Im just looking to learn when and where… Because I'm definitely trying to get some things for the low low.

  15. Why isn't the US Government stopping corporate buy ups of residencial properties and allowing highrise rentals instead or ownership units. We should also not allow purchases from non citizens as the Mexican government. This current condition is damaging our young adults and the Country.

  16. The house market is just like the stock market, when it reaches the top it just crash. The cycle starts again. This is just history 😌😌

  17. Investors are buying homes for renters now in Arizona. They told me to look for a house even one for sale. They'll buy the house and rent it to me. The process takes 30 to 40 days. It's crazy out here.

  18. Realtor buddy of mine mentioned a tremendous amount of short sales lately in certain popular areas in IL. Something no one has talked about. He hasn't seen this in years. What's up with that???

  19. Building too many homes!?
    There aren’t enough homes! Why do you think prices keep going up in crazy bidding wars?

  20. How come no one has mentioned anything about the 79 million baby boomers retiring over the next 10 years. Shouldn't this free up millions of single family residential homes?

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