Many people have been wondering what is going on with the San Francisco real estate market, and there’s a good chance you are too. San Francisco prices have peaked, and normally the more significant the parabolic shift to the upside, the more catastrophic the downside is. Many data points are suggesting that the San Francisco market is slowing, but what does that mean?
Our guest for today is Robert Campbell who is the author of The Real Estate Timing Letter, which is a quarterly report that analyzes several data points of markets and suggests whether the market is likely to experience price appreciation or depreciation in the coming months. Robert has an extensive background in real estate with several decades in the business. He was also a guest on episode 27, called “Is It Possible To Time The Real Estate Market”.
Today we are going to discuss…
- Why our guest is a proponent of timing the market, rather than buying and holding
- Some of the major data points which suggests that San Francisco is poised for a major correction
- Why our guest does not use price affordability as a leading indicator, but why he can’t ignore it either
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