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Inflation: Declining Purchasing Power and Rising Real Estate Values

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 Inflation: Declining Purchasing Power and Rising Real Estate Values


Between January 2020 and October 2021, the M1 money supply (cash or cash-like instruments) quickly rose from $4 trillion up to $20 trillion in just 22 months. The more money in circulation, the less purchasing power for the dollar as inflation skyrockets for consumer goods and services like seen at the grocery store. We will discuss how inflation can harm you and your business or benefit you as a homeowner.

I've created entire real estate courses and college textbooks (residential and commercial real estate, economics, legal, and mortgage topics) for some of the best-known real estate schools and educational firms in the state and nation (30+ states), including the Top 2 largest real estate educational firms in America; the first online California real estate school; and the oldest real estate school in California.

Because I write the real estate courses for real estate and financial professionals and investors, I can effectively work with them and/or their clients throughout the entire purchase or sales transactions.

Linked here is my recently published article that covers many of these similar topic points as will be addressed on the webinar:
How to Overcome Declining Purchasing Power with Real Estate

Here is the link for the OnZoom national public platform to join this online event on March 22, 2024 at 12 pm PST:

We hope to see you there!

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