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Britain's property boom is a national exercise in self-deception, the biggest lie in the UK economy - Will Dunn Subscribe: 🤍 Read Will Dunn’s piece here: 🤍 The New Statesman’s business editor Will Dunn speaks to Danny Dorling, Professor of Human Geography at Oxford University to explain the UK’s “housing con.” Dunn argues that “the dizzying rise of the property market has offered a substitute” for economic growth. For the youngest people in society, the housing market “dream”, according to Dorling has gone. Those who have just purchased property have simply bought “into the end of the ponzi scheme”. The New Statesman helps audiences understand the economic forces shaping the world. Subscribe to the New Statesman for just £1 per week here: 🤍newstatesman.co.uk/podcastoffer The New Statesman brings you unrivalled analysis of of the latest UK and international politics. On our YouTube channel you’ll find insight on the top news and global current affairs stories, as well as insightful interviews with politicians, advisers and leading political thinkers, to help you understand the political and economic forces shaping the world. With regular contributions from our writers including Political Editor Andrew Marr and Anoosh Chakelian - host of the New Statesman podcast - we’ll help you understand the world of politics and global affairs from Westminster to Washington and beyond. Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 Sign up to Morning Call, the daily UK politics newsletter from the New Statesman: 🤍 Subscribe to the New Statesman from just £1 per week: 🤍
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Not so long ago, it was the American Dream that if you work hard enough, you can build a better, richer, and fuller future for yourself and your family. A big component of that American Dream was to own a house. Because that's how you create wealth for generations. But just a short quick look around you would be enough to establish that today's broken market is translating into a broken American Dream. Living a better life than the previous generation, in a home you own has become a pipe dream for millions Nearly 11 million low-income Americans are paying more than 50% of their annual income on housing. And it is still not enough because America is facing a critical housing shortage. Times of high inflation, a brewing mortgage crisis and a worsening homelessness epidemic have shattered the quality of American family life. But this is just the beginning and things will only get worse. In today's Video, we explain the inevitable housing crisis that is killing the American Dream. Affordable housing started to decline two decades ago, and it has only gone from bad to worse in the last few years. Just in the last two years, home prices are up more than 30 percent. And that's not the case in just a few BIG cities. In fact, the U.S. now has close to 500 cities where the average cost of a home is a million dollars. Just 12 months ago, a family that could earn $80,000 a year could afford payments on a modest home. But a year later, that income requirement has shot up to $108,000. So in one year, more than 4 million renter households can no longer buy a median-priced home. But if the rising costs were not enough, insane mortgage rates are making sure to price out the middle class completely. Mortgage rates are now increasing faster than in any period in recorded history. And in a matter of months, the typical cost of owning a home has gone up by tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Mortgage rates have escalated from less than 3 percent in 2021 to nearly 7 percent - the highest they have been in 20 years. This becomes an even bigger deal when you take into account the mass shortages of homes in America. The number of available homes today is 40 percent lower than it was just 2 years ago which means that millions will continue to be priced out. Experts connected to the housing market are warning that the inevitable housing crisis will be based on a single reality: Housing supply is at a record low and we aren't doing enough to change that. This supply shortage has left the country in need of at least 5 million housing units immediately. But the progress on that is nowhere to be seen. The housing shortage has become a chronic problem but there's no end in sight, especially, in the current climate of economic uncertainty. Ever-increasing interest rates, fears of an impending recession, and a choked supply chain mean that home builders are hesitant to go all out. So the housing gap becomes bigger and bigger. But even if more homes are built, it will not matter as affordability is moving towards an all-time low. And this is not a big city problem anymore. Years of neglect and months of economic chaos have ensured that home prices have soared all over the country. Even areas traditionally seen as affordable are no longer viable substitutes. The locations that were seen as alternative moving options are disappearing quickly. Failing to find starter homes that fit the already stressed budget, many Americans are pushed into Rental properties. But it shouldn't come as a shock to anyone that things are arguably worse there. As middle America fails to find affordable housing, millions of Americans face evictions and housing insecurity. The result is homelessness. What America needs is access to affordable housing as soon as possible. While millions risk falling into housing insecurity, the policymakers remain slow as ever. Unfortunately, things could get even worse. It took years to get to this point and it may take decades to get out of it.
One fifth of all households in the UK rent their homes in the private sector, but with rising rental prices and dilapidated properties, are renters getting value for money? BBC Newsbeat's Sam Gruet visits the accommodation of Hayley Dawson in Bristol, who was hit by a 25% rent increase before being handed no-fault eviction known as a 'Section 21 notice.' The government promised a white paper to increase renter's rights, however questions still remain over the number of homes being built. Last year the English Housing Survey said nearly a quarter of private rented housing was below standard. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog — Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #BBC #BBCNews #BBCNewsnight
Many private tenants are already having to spend more than a third of their income on rent - and tomorrow the Mayor of London is holding a crisis meeting warning that thousands of people could be left unable to pay. (Subscribe: 🤍 Rents are rising by record levels across the country - and on top of the soaring cost of living - that could leave more and more tenants facing homelessness this winter, as Mojo Abidi reports, from Manchester. - Follow us on Instagram - 🤍
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My Twitter 🤍 D.R. Horton Earnings Transcript 🤍 Glen Kelman Twitter 🤍 While the 2nd half of 2022 proved to be a disaster for the housing market there has been a resurgence of headlines declaring that real estate is back on track with prices, demand, and bidding wars surging in cities throughout the United States. Real estate agents, home builders, and prop-tech companies are celebrating with headlines like these (show Redfin's latest article), and across financial media, there has been an uptick in bullish sentiment regarding this topic. The crash is canceled according to many of these "experts".
Housing shortages and rising rent costs: a growing problem for big European cities like Amsterdam. We accompany Amsterdam locals as they search for a place to live, and find out what impact rising rents are having on the development of our cities. Wendy Bijwaard is looking for a place to live after separating from her husband. For years she’s lived in Amsterdam-Oost, where she has her job, her two children’s schools, her friends and hobbies. But will she be able to stay there? The 52 year old earns well and could afford an apartment in the Dutch metropolis. The only problem is - she’s been unable to get anything. For the sake of her children, Wendy isn’t giving up. For now, she’s found a temporary abode with friends. But by the summer she will have to have found a new place to live. DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch high-class documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary. Subscribe to DW Documentary: 🤍 Our other YouTube channels: DW Documental (in spanish): 🤍 DW Documentary وثائقية دي دبليو: (in arabic): 🤍 For more documentaries visit also: 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 DW netiquette policy: 🤍
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The crisis in renting in the UK right now means bidding wars, living with mould and damp, personality contests and skyrocketing rent. But why is the rental market so bad in Britain and is this the worst time ever to rent? [Subscribe: 🤍 For the millions of people who rent privately in the UK, you may have noticed it feels harder than ever right now. Or as one renter we spoke to told us - “It’s basically like the Wild West.” We put a message out online and were inundated with replies about rent hikes, mouldy homes and impossible flat hunts. Demand for rental properties is rising, but the supply of homes for rent is shrinking and the cost of monthly rent has increased by the highest rate on record. We look at all of these issues and explain why they’re happening in the UK right now. Producers: Frances Rankin & Milena Dambelli Executive Producer: Kieron Bryan - Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍
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Dude, where's my affordable housing? CHAPTERS: 0:00 Introduction 2:28 The Problem 5:06 Solving Poverty 7:34 Solving Homelessness 8:27 Helping the Environment 11:06 Improving Public Health 15:07 Improving the Economy 16:59 Helping Families 19:43 !!!Lightning Round!!! 20:49 Global Security 22:34 The Second-Worst Supreme Court Decision 25:30 The Worst Act of Parliament 27:00 NIMBY 28:46 Debunking Myths 37:22 The Worst State in America 41:29 Conclusion SOURCES: 🤍 TWATTER: 🤍 MUSIC: 🤍
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Follow my Twitter for more financial content: 🤍 For business inquiries, please email founders🤍casgainsmedia.com This is the housing market in 2023. Everything is falling apart. The past two years represented the most unprecedented events in history. The government first printed trillions of dollars and has now decided to retract trillions of dollars at an unparalleled rate. Interest rates are rising at a pace that is faster than at any other time in history. That’s right, there has literally never been another period in history like now. The part of the economy that will soon take the biggest beating from this is the housing market. This is going to go in the books as one of the most serious housing crises in history. Some people are in disbelief at the idea that the housing market will crash. Skeptics will ask: how is it possible that such a stable industry will fall apart? Home prices have been increasing year after year for the past decade. People have been predicting a crash for years, but prices only kept going up. That’s exactly what everyone said in 2007 before home prices crashed by 33%. People like Michael Burry and Steve Eisman from the Big Short saw the data and knew that housing prices were going to fall. They were able to make hundreds of millions of dollars, but nobody else saw the data until it was too late. Our situation is no different from the 2008 recession. People say that history repeats itself and that’s exactly what’s happening. Just like in 2007, the current data about the housing market is horrifying. For instance, take a look at the US national association of home builders' housing market index or the NAHB index in short form. The NAHB index tracks the confidence of home builders in the United States, which will help us obtain an inside look into the industry. According to the index, homebuilder confidence has dropped for 12 consecutive months in a row to just 31 out of 100. The last time we had such a large decrease was during the pandemic when shelter in place was active. There are several reasons why this is the case, but ultimately there is one main reason. Home buyers simply can’t take out mortgages at an affordable interest rate. Even if someone wanted to get a mortgage at a higher interest rate, they would have difficulty getting a loan approved by the banks, who know that the market is doomed to fail. Because of this reason, there is simply no demand for homes right now. Home builders that bought into the housing bubble are now stuck holding the bag. Imagine you were a home builder in 2020 and you saw massive amounts of demand for homes. The logical decision would be to build more homes. So you start building thousands of new homes in anticipation of high demand. But by the time you start to finish those homes, demand has already disappeared. You see, home building took off to all-time highs in the past year due to unprecedented demand. But that’s because the Federal Reserve cut interest rates to 0%, which created a huge buying frenzy. Now that the Fed is raising rates and there’s no demand, many homebuilders are running into financial issues. Even the homes that are selling are being sold at huge discounts. Not only that, but many homes are being sold with extremely low quality control. Because home builders can’t finance high quality control, it’s not uncommon to see doors fail to close or for walls to start falling apart upon moving in. There’s a common saying that when a crisis comes, corporations are the first to leave. This leaves the middle and lower class left holding the bag with their life savings invested. Well, that’s exactly what’s happening right now. Banks know that the housing market is collapsing and they are getting out of the market as fast as possible. The undisputed number one player in the mortgage industry is Wells Fargo. As you might have guessed, Wells Fargo is currently backing out of the mortgage industry. Wells Fargo recently announced that they will be downsizing their entire mortgage division worth $1 trillion in loans. That’s right, $1 trillion in loans. Wells Fargo has now decided that it will only offer home loans to existing customers and minority communities. The bank will also be shutting down all purchases of loans from third-party lenders. The last time this large of a step down occurred in the mortgage industry was in 2008. During the 2008 recession, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase slimmed down their mortgage businesses, causing them to lose market share that they never gained back. The captain is the first to leave the ship when the ship is sinking. If you see the captain jumping out of the ship, you know something’s horribly wrong. All the captains are no longer on the ship. For instance, remember when Fannie Mae had to be bailed out in the 2008 recession?
Even Berlin, one of the most progressive European capitals, struggles with affordable housing. Rents have doubled in the past decade, and gentrification has forced more residents to move to the city’s outskirts. Activists are now fighting back with a bold plan to nationalize some real estate. Subscribe to VICE News here: 🤍 Check out VICE News for more: 🤍 Follow VICE News here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍 #VICENews #News
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Redfin Article 🤍 Housing Bubble Disrespecter Twitter 🤍 Link To DonMiami3 Tweet 🤍 My Twitter 🤍 On August 22nd, 2006 home prices in the United States peaked at a record high. Looking back at this infamous month the housing bubble had already imploded yet at the time it was eerily quiet on wall street, nobody was aware of what was coming. What happened next would come to be known as The Great Recession, the worst economic downturn the world had seen since 1929. From that date forward, home values along with the entire worldwide economy began collapsing. First slowly then all at once. The Case-Shiller index which tracked home prices would fall 32 months in a row. Five and a half years later it would eventually bottom out resulting in what was once believed to be impossible. The complete destruction of real estate in the United States. Now in 2023, many are predicting a crash of similar magnitude. One that could shake up the market and change everything we know about real estate forever.
The housing myth that just won't die: "we don't have a housing supply shortage because there are more vacant homes than homeless people". References: Rental vacancies being good for tenants: 🤍 Vacation homes in the US census: 🤍 Vacancy rate fact sheet (showing American Community Survey counting units as "vacant" if the owner plans to move within two months): 🤍 "Other" vacancies definitions: 🤍 "Other" vacancies distribution: 🤍 Point-in-time homelessness counts: 🤍 Study on Americans living "doubled up": 🤍 Fertility rates in California linked to housing: 🤍 Fertility rates in Canada linked to housing: 🤍 Canadian young adults increasingly living with parents: 🤍 Statistics on crowded housing in the US: 🤍 Keep Urbanity rolling: Join our Patreon for early releases: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Join us on Twitter: 🤍 Music we used: Medium Rock by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Artist: 🤍 #housingcrisis #urbanplanning #affordable
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Hundreds of empty homes. NO BUYERS... I've been driving around America for the past few months and this sight (of homes being built with no buyers for them) is becoming all too common. It's a sobering reminder that the 2023 housing crash is just getting started. Nine months ago, these new homes were selling for $430,000 and now they're selling for $370,000. And they have still only sold half of these new homes. They're going to have to cut the price by even more. How much do you think these homes are actually worth? - JOIN as a Reventure CHANNEL MEMBER: 🤍 #HousingCrash #recession #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #homebuyer #realestategoals
CNBC Marathon explores the problems with housing in America. For decades, Americans have relied on mortgages to purchase a home. But experts say that several aspects of today’s mortgage market including cost, the lack of small-dollar loans and lender bias have all greatly hindered Americans from owning their own property. Can the U.S. do anything to fix the broken system and allow mortgages to improve homeownership in America? And a decade-long slowdown in house building is coming to a close, which could help American renters. But the new developments in construction are generally for high-end and luxury apartment units. Experts say the market conditions are pushing people further away from their jobs and weighing on the economy writ large. CNBC takes a look at why renting is so expensive in the U.S. The Covid pandemic caused a surge in housing costs and a rise in unemployment, leaving nearly 600,000 Americans unhoused in 2020. So how is the U.S. addressing the homelessness crisis and can the current housing first policy approach solve it? CNBC Marathon brings together the best of CNBC’s coverage on America’s housing issues. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:39 Why The U.S. Mortgage Market Is Broken (Published May 2022) 13:51 Why Rent Is Rising In The U.S. (Published Dec. 13, 2021) 22:45 Why the U.S. Can’t Solve Homelessness (Published Jan. 2022) » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #CNBC Why U.S. Real Estate Is So Flawed | CNBC Marathon
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The rules that keep American housing expensive. Subscribe and turn on notifications (🔔) so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 Over the past year, housing prices in the US rose precipitously. Low interest rates and millennials’ entry into the market spiked demand across the nation, leading housing prices in some cities to increase by more than 20 percent in one year, and crushing the dreams of many would-be homeowners. But housing prices in the US were a problem long before 2020 — and while demand is a big part of the story, there’s an even bigger reason it’s increasingly difficult for Americans to find affordable housing: We don’t have enough houses. According to one estimate, the US is now facing a nearly four-million-home shortage. And the primary reason for that shortage is what’s called exclusionary zoning. Zoning laws are the local rules and regulations that decide what types of homes can be built where. These rules can sometimes have good intentions. But they also have a dark history in the United States as a tool to keep certain races, religions, and nationalities out of white neighborhoods. And while zoning laws in the US are no longer explicitly racist, their effect remains basically the same: to keep affordable housing, and the people who need it, away from the wealthiest Americans. Today, in the majority of the US, especially in cities with good jobs, it’s illegal to build many affordable types of housing. And it’s led to a widespread affordability crisis. Watch the video above for more. Sources: Jerusalem Demsas reports on housing policy for Vox, and she’s written a ton about this issue: Houses are getting more and more expensive. There’s a simple fix for that: 🤍 What it’ll take to fix America’s housing rules: 🤍 The housing shortage is making discrimination a lot easier: 🤍 Why the housing market boomed despite the recession: 🤍 The zoning maps in the video came from UC Berkeley’s Othering & Belonging Institute: 🤍 Other data sources: Redfin: 🤍 Freddie Mac: 🤍 US Census Bureau: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel! 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍. Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Or Twitter: 🤍
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#realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor Behind The Facade Episode 130. The Housing Crisis is About to get WORSE In this weeks podcast I am focusing on a situation close to home here in Ireland - our housing crisis. With all the talk about recession, quite a few people may be under the impression prices will fall and they will finally be able to get on the housing ladder - not so fast! This is a complicated issue and so is unlikely to produce a straightforward answer. Every Wednesday at 1pm (Dublin time) I host the Property Investor Roundtable, this is an online training/webinar covering the latest property investment news for Ireland, the UK and beyond. I very much look forward to answering your questions... PLEASE NOTE: The discussion has been broken out into Chapters allowing you to jump to the sections you may like to watch first. Contact Gavin about his Mastermind Program - hello🤍behindthefacadepodcast.com Test your Property Investor Readiness - 🤍 Join my Elite Property Accelerator 🤍 Connect with and learn more about Gavin here - 🤍GavinJGallagher Follow Gavin on LinkedIn: 🤍linkedin.com/comm/mynetwork/discovery-see-all?usecase=PEOPLE_FOLLOWS&followMember=gavinjgallagher Connect on social media 🤍gavinjgallagher or 🤍 Chapters/Timestamps 0:00 Episode 130 2:20 Behind The Facade 2:29 Intro Reel 2:57 The housing crisis is about to get a lot worse 3:30 Is it a good time to get into the market? 4:39 What are the components that make a development successful 4:50 Impact of supply and demand 5:21 Irish construction industry decimated in 2008 7:17 We cannot get the construction workers back 8:50 The pandemic has made everything worse 9:23 Population demographics in Ireland very strong 10:49 Construction costs are out of control 12:23 Development funding costs are out of control 13:54 Huge cost squeeze on the property developers 16:32 The planning process and building regulations 17:26 Residential PRS (Private Rental Schemes) to the rescue! 17:46 Cuckoo Funds very active and unpopular in Ireland 19:03 Why the big funds are investing in Residential PRS 21:13 No bulk discount for the big funds 21:39 Reduced risk because of forward purchase agreements 23:18 Big funds now pulling out of the market 24:02 Is there an alternative to the big funds? 25:09 Burning the candle at both ends? 25:27 Taxation burden on small landlords 26:46 Outro Reel 27:20 Join the Behind The Facade Community 27:29 Gavin's Website 27:44 Cool Theme Music
Skip the waitlist and invest in blue-chip art for the very first time by signing up for Masterworks: 🤍 Purchase shares in great masterpieces from artists like Pablo Picasso, Banksy, Andy Warhol, and more! 🎨 See important Masterworks disclosures: 🤍 EPB Research Channel 🤍 Bill McBride Substack 🤍 Reventure Consulting Twitter (Nick Gerli) 🤍 My Twitter 🤍 The 2023 housing market crash is getting much worse. While prices today are down a minuscule 2.35% on average, the future of the market is looking grim with reliable indicators flashing red suggesting that a massive storm is coming, one that will rival the Great Financial Crisis of 2007. But what exactly is this clear evidence that is indicating such a troubling situation within the real estate sector? Well, we know from other researchers and experts that real estate values tend to follow volume and inventory. Now without making this video a boring economics lesson let's just simplify this theory with this. Real estate is no different than any other market on earth. At its core, it comes down to the simple relationship between supply and demand. So what does this look like in real life?
Activist Tara Raghuveer, housing campaign director at People's Action and founder of KC Tenants, explains how decades of federal policy led to the affordability crisis. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on over 1,500 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream at 🤍 Mondays to Fridays 8-9 a.m. ET. Support independent media: 🤍 Subscribe to our Daily Email Digest: 🤍
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Rrecord-high inflation is making homelessness worse across the U.S., according to a report from the Washington Post. Rachel Siegel co-authored that article and joins Lana Zak on CBS News to discuss. #news #inflation #economy CBS News Streaming Network is the premier 24/7 anchored streaming news service from CBS News and Stations, available free to everyone with access to the Internet. The CBS News Streaming Network is your destination for breaking news, live events and original reporting locally, nationally and around the globe. Launched in November 2014 as CBSN, the CBS News Streaming Network is available live in 91 countries and on 30 digital platforms and apps, as well as on CBSNews.com and Paramount+. Subscribe to the CBS News YouTube channel: 🤍 Watch CBS News: 🤍 Download the CBS News app: 🤍 Follow CBS News on Instagram: 🤍 Like CBS News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CBS News on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletters: 🤍 Try Paramount+ free: 🤍 For video licensing inquiries, contact: licensing🤍veritone.com