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Cash in on the Coming Real Estate Crash: How to Protect Yourself From Losses Now, and Turn a Profit After the Bubble Bursts

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After five years of skyrocketing real estate prices, fueled by low interest rates, aggressive lenders, and relative economic prosperity, something has to give. Thanks to nonstop recent press coverage of America's overheated housing market, you are probably wary of buying your next property at the top of the market. So what should you do?

Whether you're an individual investor or a homeowner, Cash In on the Coming Real Estate Crash shows you how to gauge the risk of a housing bust...

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Overview

After five years of skyrocketing real estate prices, fueled by low interest rates, aggressive lenders, and relative economic prosperity, something has to give. Thanks to nonstop recent press coverage of America's overheated housing market, you are probably wary of buying your next property at the top of the market. So what should you do?

Whether you're an individual investor or a homeowner, Cash In on the Coming Real Estate Crash shows you how to gauge the risk of a housing bust in your own local market. More importantly, it shows you how to hedge against a crash and position yourself to profit if the bubble bursts. Critical advice covers:
* Identifying signs of an impending collapse
* Balancing your real estate portfolio so a crash doesn't wipe you out
* Conservative financing strategies
* Developing a vision for value in any market
* Buying low after the bubble bursts
* Knowing when to sell
* And many more strategies for making money when the real estate market collapses

Peppered with true stories of how homeowners, small investors, and bona? fide real estate tycoons handled and mishandled past crashes, Cash In on the Coming Real Estate Crash is the resource you need to prepare for the comingdownturn, weather the storm, and emerge on the other side stronger than ever.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471791003
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/17/2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 6.01 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

DAVID J. DECKER is a professional real estate investor and the founder of Decker Properties, Inc., a real estate brokerage and management firm. He advises clients on investing strategy and is a twenty-year veteran of the ups and downs of the real estate market.

GEORGE G. SHELDON is a full-time writer, photographer, and the author of eighteen published books.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

PART ONE: THE COMING REAL ESTATE BUST.

INTRODUCTION: How to Make Real Estate Buying or Selling Decisions When a Crash May Be Imminent.

CHAPTER 1: Do You Have a False Sense of Security? Why You Should Be Preparing for a Crash—Even If It Never Comes.

CHAPTER 2: What Caused the Real Estate Bubble, What Could Trigger a Crash, and Why the Crash Will Be Regional, Not National.

CHAPTER 3: History Lessons from Previous Real Estate Bubbles: Who Lost and Who Came Through Stronger.

PART TWO: DEFENSIVE STRATEGIES: HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND AVOID LOSSES.

CHAPTER 4: How to Assess the Likelihood of a Crash in Your Neighborhood.

CHAPTER 5: Should You Sell Now?

CHAPTER 6: Should You Buy Now?

CHAPTER 7: Cash Flow Action Plan for Homeowners (So You Aren’t Forced to Sell When the Market Is Down).

CHAPTER 8: Cash Flow Action Plan for the Investor: Make Sure You Can Hold Your Property through a Down Cycle.

CHAPTER 9: Don’t Put All Your Real Estate Eggs in One Basket: Hedging and Balancing Your Portfolio.

PART THREE: HOW TO PROFIT WHEN THE CRASH HAPPENS.

CHAPTER 10: Life After the Bust: How Homeowners, Investors, Landlords, Lenders, and the National Economy Will React—and How to Profit.

CHAPTER 11: Signs of Spring: When to Start Buying After a Crash.

CHAPTER 12: Creative Financing When No One Wants to Lend: Describing the Conditions That Are Likely to Prevail Under Illiquid Lending Policies.

CHAPTER 13: The Best Way to Time the Market Rebound: Use Options.

CHAPTER 14: Profiting from Short Sales and Buying Preforeclosure.

CHAPTER 15: Buying at the Auction.

CHAPTER 16: How to Buy REOs.

CHAPTER 17: The Most Overvalued and Undervalued Markets in the United States.

Appendix A.

Appendix B.

Notes.

Index.

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