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How to Spot The End of a Recession
When it comes to real estate, we would all love to know the perfect point at which to start investing heavily.
Especially during a recession.
Normally you’ll see a significant drop in property values, but you’ll also start seeing deals and steals emerging said broker Rhys Wyn Trenhaile of The Vanguard Team at Manor Realty Ltd.
But how do you know when it’s the beginning of the end of a recession?
“Lots of people rely on change to predictive models, which I think should be part of your analysis determining if one is coming to an end or not.”
Typically, during a real estate downturn, you will see vacancy rates drop followed by a gradual increase in demand and number of sales over time.
Trenhaile claims this is a good indicator a recession is coming to an end.
But what if he told you he personally has some investor clients who have an observational rule of thumb you probably wouldn’t think of?
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Bank redevelopment and expansion.
When you see a bank renewing its building stock through renovation, building new branches, or simply knocking down and rebuilding in your city or a city you want to invest in on a regular basis, it’s time to start investing says Trenhaile.
“If anybody knows when the timing is right it’s a bank. They have the best economists in the world on their staff doing predictive models and generally know a minimum of six months before us what’s happening with the economy.”
It is also important to point out that economists consistently win Nobel prizes for creating better predictive models.
If you’re looking to invest during a market downturn, The Vanguard Team at Manor Realty Ltd is always ready to help successfully guide you.
“Virtually our entire team invests heavily during the worst times, and we can provide you the same advice that we take ourselves.”
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