There is always two sides of each coin. You have the bubble believers and the bubble doubters. I would have to say I am more of the latter. Not only because I am a Realtor and I see the activity and I see the offers and I see the sales, but more importantly I see the Real Estate Market as something MORE than a viable way to make money. If you look at Real Estate anything other than a HOME, then you are going about it all wrong.
Everyday there is speculation - media plays both sides, so I can understand WHY people are confused. I don't have all the answers for any one person. Everyone's situations are different and if you are buying within your means - then by all means, owning will always be better than renting!
So - Inman asks:
Inman News wants to know:
1) What makes you a real estate bubble believer, a bubble debunker, or bubble neutral?
2) How do you define a housing bubble?
3) What is your best evidence for or against a housing bubble?
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