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Farrell MurphyVisionary
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This was my favorite real estate RV video of the week!

 

Real estate, both the housing market and commercial real estate, is such a core piece of every economic downturn and a key indicator of recovery too. Richard Vague and Joe Walker’s discussion of the interplay of credit in all of this was really interesting. 

https://rvtv.io/vow_realestate_002

 

steve colley
25 years as a Real Estate Property Developer, working successfully in France and England; also previously owned a financial services company. I personally invest in multi-assets, including precious metals, Crypto and traditional equities.

Update on the French Real estate Property market.

Be careful... Do not buy in France until at least 2022!

I think the answer to this question will depend on what sector of real estate your are interested in. I think real estate is not just one asset class but multiples asset classes. I believe many people start in real estate without a complete knowledge of the economics behind it, sites like Bigger Pockets will have a lot of information directed to new investors and their podcast will give you tons of ideas. I have being using what they call BRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) it is great to grow your portfolio but you need to be careful because it is a leveraged strategy.

From the mindset point of view and without the entrepreneur background I find "The Wealthy Gardener" the best book I read, everything else I think you can find it on internet.

https://wealthygardener.com/3

https://www.biggerpockets.com/4

steve colley
25 years as a Real Estate Property Developer, working successfully in France and England; also previously owned a financial services company. I personally invest in multi-assets, including precious metals, Crypto and traditional equities.

Banks in Europe are starting to tighten their lending criteria for mortgages...