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    Default Housing Data showing Another Driver Toward Hyperinflation

    Mainly FIO and from a free technical report from a Canadian based Analytic Company that I use as background for Trading .

    It highlights what those of us have seen throughout this year that --- along with enormous increasing Energy Costs plus huge products inflation stemming from the break

    down of distribution channels -------- this winter and much longer will be a colossal burden for the Sheeple to bare .

    Huge inflation , leading to its hyper offspring are a near certainty .

    The transitory nature of this inflation is a garbage misinformation narrative put out by the Sleepy Clowns Brigade and Deep State Federal Reserve to try and minimise even

    more hysteria and fear .







    REAL ESTATE ETFS REACT TO RISING MORTGAGE RATES – PART I

    October 6, 2021


    US Mortgage Rates have risen from levels near 2% to 2.25% earlier in 2021 to levels now above 3%. This increase in the cost of borrowing money for home purchases has a downward effect on home prices and sales. The affordability of homes is directly related to the sales price and the cost of the mortgage to secure the purchase of the home. As interest rates rise, home affordability becomes less attractive and feasible for many potential buyers, and home prices start to fall in an attempt to allow a quicker sale.
    THE MAKING OF ANOTHER US/GLOBAL HOUSING CRISIS

    The easiest way to think about this is to consider the ability of buyers to secure and satisfy mortgage payments for homes. The more expensive the sales price of the home and the interest rate of the loan is, the more likely the affordability of the home is going to be perceived as undesirable.

    As concerns related to the US economy, and the indication by the US Federal Reserve that rates will likely start to increase before the end of 2021 or very early in 2022, mortgage rates have already increased by nearly 45% over the past 60 days. A $500k home would have cost about $2500 a month at a 2.25% mortgage rate (including property taxes, homeowners insurance, mortgage insurance, and principal & interest). That same $500k home costs more than $2700 a month at a 3.25% interest rate (including all fees and costs).

    Over the lifetime of the loan, the total costs of buying the $500k home have now increased by more than $70k for the buyer. If rates rise to 4.25%, the new monthly cost of that same $500k home rises to nearly $3000 per month. Raising the total cost of buying that $500k home by more than $180k over the lifetime of the loan for the new buyer.
    Home prices will usually fall while interest rates rise because new buyers are unable to secure the loans at rates that far exceed their ability to repay the loans. In short, the past 5+ years of extremely low-interest rates have driven home prices towards upward extremes and the rising interest rates are putting downward pricing pressures on home prices faster than many traders and homeowners understand.
    AFFORDABILITY & INCOME GROWTH ARE KEYS TO THE EQUATION

    The median income for US households was just under $69k in 2019. That breaks down to $5,725 per month in total income. When average home prices are rising and interest rates are rising at the same time, the affordability of buying a home starts to collapse the DEMAND side of the equation.
    As I’ve explained in the previous paragraphs, even a simple 0.5% to 1% interest rate increase can push home affordability off the chart for average buyers. This creates a dual dynamic for buyers and sellers. If sellers want to sell their homes, they have to price them where buyers are willing to engage and can afford the payments. Secondarily, buyers will look at homes and determine if they are getting their money’s worth in terms of costs and features. If potential buyers can’t afford a $500k home, they’ll start looking for cheaper homes in other areas.

    (Source: https://policyadvice.net/insurance/i...erican-income/)
    This process of pricing homes in a manner that is suitable for the market operates along the SUPPLY/DEMAND equity curve. As prices rise and costs rise, affordability becomes a serious issue for buyers. Rising rates typically result in a moderate decrease in home prices over time. Sellers that want to sell their home must price it at a level that attracts buyers. If the Real Estate market starts to see decreasing home values over an extended period of time, this may push buyers into thinking the housing market is starting to collapse after years of price appreciation. That may push potential buyers into waiting for the best deal as sellers continue to adjust home prices to attract more buyers. It becomes a vicious cycle of “where’s the bottom” if it goes on long enough.









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    Learn what 'hyperinflation' means.

    It is not 4% or 5% or 6%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeStarkey View Post
    Learn what 'hyperinflation' means.

    It is not 4% or 5% or 6%.

    You are a dumb -arse Jane . 12% + by Feb/ March ?

    Very low IQ when you rely on Fake MSM garbage ..

    A pity you do not work in my organisation . We could get you advancement grants , whatever your disabilities .





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    Default juicerless is operating on emotion not logic again

    Quote Originally Posted by Juicer66 View Post
    You are a dumb -arse Jane . 12% + by Feb/ March ? Very low IQ when you rely on Fake MSM garbage .. A pity you do not work in my organisation . We could get you advancement grants , whatever your disabilities .
    You are so brain damaged. October is February. Your sources are spewing misinformation and diabolical hopes for American collapse.

    Your kind drove your neighbors to vote for Biden.



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