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Kerry Lutz's--Financial Survival Network

May 31, 2022

With increasing energy prices and the prospect of a recession, Brandon Cobb comes on the show to tell about what our options are when it comes to investing. It seems that real estate is an incredibly viable option in the current circumstances; as living standards fluctuate with the economy, the need to live ultimately never goes away. Tune in to hear more about what areas of real estate are the most promising, and how you can intelligently allocate your investments.

-The higher the energy prices go, the more likely a recession is to occur
-Real estate is going to fare better than other asset classes
-History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme
-The need to live doesn’t ever go away—we just transition into more affordable living arrangements. Lower cost homes are going to do well
-High price/custom homes are going to take a hit
-Historically, storage has done really well
-Assisted living facilities are positioned for great need in the real estate industry
-A lot of people have been moving to Tennessee due to low income taxes
-If interest rates go up, you must consider if your target audience can still afford to buy your product. That’s why Brandon’s team is staying away from the higher priced homes, and building more affordable homes
-Interest rates and inflation are working against each other
-Real estate is a safe haven for inflation
-Brandon predicts that we’re going to have a lot of volatility; it’s best to be where the greatest demand is right now

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