If you are like most Canadian investors, you prefer the bandwagon variety investments. Well, good news is, U.S. real estate is well-into this phase. As someone who has been into U.S. real estate since 2008, I can safely say this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The problem is, like most amazing opportunities, there’s a shelf-life for getting in. And time is running out.
For How Long?
No one knows for sure how long the U.S. real estate housing conditions will continue. Most experts predict a 2-year window. That doesn’t leave much time. Now, don’t get it wrong. The idea here is not that there is only 2 years until a full-scale U.S. housing recovery. The idea is there is a two-year window for small-time investors to buy undervalued U.S. foreclosures or U.S. real estate properties while generating amazing returns through cash flow as well.
The truth is, because of the housing market conditions in U.S. real estate, most investors who would never have the chance to buy these assets now do. Simply put, everyone’s invited. Outside investments are actually boosting the U.S. real estate market, so the more the merrier. Canadians, in particular, are in an advantageous position due to geographic proximity and the strength of the currency.
U.S. foreclosures are going fast and the more groups that band together to bulk-buy U.S. foreclosures, the less there is on the market for small investors. In other words, the party is almost over. I’ll say this much – the Martel Insights training series offers – by far – the most comprehensive, all-inclusive DIY style training for Canadians.
The U.S. housing investment strategy? Simple – buy U.S. foreclosures and/or undervalued market properties, set up cash flow to earn profit returns while waiting for (inevitable) property value appreciation. It’s the best investment party I’ve ever been a part of. There’s still time, but it’s important to take note of timing.
This year, when you are looking over your holiday resolutions, it might be a good idea to entertain the notion of U.S. real estate investments before it’s too late.