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jimmy210248

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Lockdown and Recession ?
« on: June 09, 2020, 11:37:08 PM »
Despite these tumulous times, the economy in the US has definitely slowed down, however, the S&P 500 is still at an all-time high. Something is wrong here and this clearly proves a point - the stock market is not representative of the economic situation.

The global real estate industry has a different outlook as well, as some sources claim that it is a great time to invest and on the other hand some claim that this is one of the worse periods for real estate investment.

What do you guys feel?

Check out this link a the full colour of the current real estate environment: https://www.realvantage.co/insights/

bastien59

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Re: Lockdown and Recession ?
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2020, 06:09:15 AM »
It's a matter of attitude in investment I think. You may be very cautious when investing a big amount of money or prefer to make the crisis turn out for your advantage by getting a mortgage with low-interest rates and property at low prices. It's a fact that there is a certain fall in property prices now in the USA and many other countries. So I'd be the one to invest now I'd choose the European real estate market as the governments are supporting banks for giving mortgage and consumer credits with low-interest rates. Besides, apart from the economic benefits, it comes with other advantages. For example, investing in a property in Montenegro helps you to obtain a Montenegrin passport which allows you to travel around Europe visa-free.