California realtors are warning that a real estate industry that is set to hit the market this summer is likely to take off quickly for the first time in years.
California realtor and real estate analyst Tim Cramer, who helped to launch the popular website Real Estate Investor, says that the real estate “real estate bubble” is in danger of bursting this summer, and that it is going to cause a lot of “pain, and a lot to lose.”
Cramer says that real estate is in an extremely vulnerable position.
The market is expected to tank this summer due to a massive influx of new buyers, and as a result, the demand for homes will be extremely high.
But Cramer says this bubble is not being caused by the supply and demand of homes in the market, and instead, it is due to an unprecedented shortage of homes.
Cramer said that many new buyers will be lured to the market by the perceived promise of homeownership, but in reality, it will be a very different story.
“The housing market is so inflated right now,” he said.
“So many new people are coming in to the marketplace who have no clue how to get into the market.
They will be buying homes in their homes.
And they will be using the houses as collateral.”
Cernovich is a long-time advocate for the realtorship industry, and is widely credited with sparking the “Trump bubble.”
He says that this bubble, like the housing market in general, is a “political bubble” created by the establishment and their lobbyists in Washington.
When asked what would happen to the realty market if the government shut down, Cernovich said that he doesn’t think the government will have a problem with the current market.
He also noted that a lack of home listings could also cause the market to tank.
“It’s going to be the case that people will not be buying their homes because they are not going to have listings,” Cernich said.
Many people are expecting a lot more housing to be built in the coming years, and Cernost said that there is a great opportunity for the industry to become even more popular in the years ahead.