The Truth About the Coming Recession?

Dated: August 30 2019

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According to the experts surveyed by Pulsenomics, the top three probable triggers for the next recession are:

  • Monetary policy
  • Trade policy
  • A stock market correction

A housing market correction was ranked ninth in probability. Those same experts also projected that home values would continue to appreciate in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.

Bottom Line A recession is probably less than two years away. A housing crisis is not.

This weeks expert guest: Candice Vanderbilt

Candice grew up in a military family. Moving once a year was just the way of life. It taught her how to make friends quickly, learn new surroundings, and deal with change as it comes. It only makes sense that she would find her passion in Real Estate. - She’s probably packed more boxes then your local UPS manager!

Candice has aligned with Crown Point Realty and be contacted at:

702-682-6917

cvanderbilt@cprnv.com

www.VanderbiltRealtySolutions.com

980 American Pacific Dr #111, Henderson, NV 89014

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