Our Top 5 2022 Housing Market Predictions

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Our Top 5 2022 Housing Market Predictions



It’s the new year, and that means it’s time for 2022 housing market predictions! Recently, Redfin compiled a list of their ten top 2022 housing market predictions ranging from things like interest rate bumps, to rent hikes, housing price cooldowns, and more. But, are these predictions realistic, and if so, how should investors prepare for them to come true?

David Greene and Dave Meyer are back again to take a look at five of these ten predictions and give their informed, battle-tested opinions on which have the potential to come true. Dave has spent probably every day of the past year looking at housing market data and investing himself. David on the other hand has been running multiple businesses in the real estate vertical, allowing him to see directly what is happening in the market.

With the Dave-duo back in the podcasting saddle, you’ll be able to make wiser investment decisions this year while following the “pendulum swing” of wealth-building in real estate!

David:
This is the BiggerPockets Podcast show 553. It’s going to swing back. So just be the savvy investor that pays attention, that doesn’t just follow the crowd and do what everyone else does. Find the area that’s prime for the pendulum to swing back in that direction, get in a little bit early and just weather that storm. And then you’re sitting in a great position when things turn around. You made an awesome point.
What’s going on everyone? It’s David Greene, your host of the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast, where it’s our job to give you the tools that you need to reach financial freedom by investing in real estate. One of the ways we do that is by bringing you a monthly news episode, we call it BiggerNews. And that’s what we’re doing today, where we look at data and trends to help you make smart investing decisions. Here to help me out with this show is none other than the BiggerPockets VP of Data and Analytics, Dave Meyer himself. Dave, happy new year, first and…