‘Million Dollar Listing’ star on housing market, mortgage rates drop

‘Million Dollar Listing’ star on housing market, mortgage rates drop


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32 thoughts on “‘Million Dollar Listing’ star on housing market, mortgage rates drop

  1. Bee Gee says:

    Housing prices are going down by 25% over the next year? Okay guy…

  2. Mathew Tan says:

    Don't forget the real estate tax! If PRICE is low and interest rate may be high, in two years real estate tax could be high then!

  3. Heidi Yodel says:

    Is Josh Jewish?

  4. ShakespeareCafe says:

    Not in SF or California, in general. The demand far exceeds supply as they have failed to keep up new housing stock to accommodate the increased population.

  5. Angela Widder says:

    This guy isn't focused on average American homebuyers. The wealthy have options that we do not have, generally speaking, because they have money. But, I do think he is right about letting prices fall, because they have been severely over inflated for too long. Buy low and refi later when interest rates drop makes perfect sense to those who are not millionaires!

  6. Marek Kolenda says:

    Pentagon start development 5 G technology in 4 US military bases.

  7. DADAROBOTO says:

    Why not chew gum and walk at the same time?… buy reasonably priced with lower interest….

  8. Duke Nguyen says:

    We have 2.5% rate fixed 5 years in canada

  9. Marek Kolenda says:

    With Fed 0% interest rates is not real market value for real estates or other business sectors.

  10. Bryan Tittle says:

    What a Disguting POS..

  11. Tinker Tailor says:

    To "complicated" or to "speculative 😂."

  12. Pitbulls are Great Babysitters says:

    Billions in welfare section 8 fraud in lakewood nj

  13. MR X says:

    Since we all turned into real estate gurus on here let me throw myself in the mix. I think Ideally what this guy has to say is really good investment theory in general. With that being said, real estate investment can have a lot of variables to consider. Location Location Location is one. Goal for the propriety. If your paying the same for rent and will be your primary or only residence then you have to consider monthly rental cost vs purchase. Investment only properties on the other hand you need to buy market low and that's it. Region of the country you're buying on is important. Let's consider supply and demand. Good luck with your future home purchases! The real estate market can make you or break you.

  14. Ava Yu says:

    It’s because “mansions” not only are dated but sit on the market for years.

    But if you look at mid range, it transact like hot cakes most of the time due to practical needs.

    As a RE investor I prefer mid range and brand new! Cash in and cash out. When I can cut out the middle hassles, I do.

  15. Punch Drunk Irish says:

    News host: Josh you look so LA. Josh: thank you. Me: that wasn't a compliment moron!

  16. U Haul says:

    Anay markets @ skid row?

  17. A I says:

    IRRELEVANT…. LA is no longer part of the USA…

  18. Sigrunn Chidester says:

    I wouldn't live in California for anything. I have no desire even to visit California. If I could afford a Million dollar home, It would not be in California.

  19. cafemike says:

    The guy is an idiot. Housing prices have steadily increased since 1900 to this current day. There are dips but have steadily increased over the decades.

  20. Robert Wicks says:

    Oh look it’s Tai Lopez house 😂

  21. bart roberts says:

    Million Dollar Homes?Do You have Any IDEA how much time it takes UP?Even if you have maids and butlers?Some of You Wealthy Elite are Missing something US average Folk Spend Time ON!Can You guess what that IS?

  22. Muddy Pool says:

    No one commented on the dude standing there naked in the footage?

  23. Chatla Suresh says:

    House gets 3.75% interest rate? What about condo's interest rate?

    Houses comes with antivirus paintings and piercings?

    Dealer in Los Angels for real estate pieces sounds like sales force in CA working on
    CSR,
    CRM,
    SEZ,
    module's. Module is a factory fabricated piece shipped to site where it's easily assembled with less effort's and joined. All real estate's are module's technology with prefabricated walls and shipping to site where the accessories are fitted for use. The main accessories for house are light bulb's. Because house has no light energy only passion.

  24. NECRO 666 says:

    Fuk housing market it's for thieves

  25. Taylor Denman says:

    Jesus where did they find this idiot? They brought the most unequipped and ignorant “realtor” in for his take on multi million dollar homes, how does his nonexistent advice translate to the middle class who stays within the 200-400k range? This flamer didn’t know anything about the housing market outside of his precious California, and listening to him was nothing more than 5 wasted minutes of my life. Next time bring in an ACTUAL realtor who actually knows about the overall market.

  26. eemr84 says:

    Why are they asking million dollar listing stars about rates and the house market when all of their clients are most likely millionaires and billionaires who pay cash for their homes and do not relate to the average person buying anything less than 1 million dollar homes.

  27. Tony W says:

    Because "slightly higher" is insightful (obnoxious eye roll).

  28. control 110 says:

    Jesus said rich people will go to hell. There will be no mercy. Jesus is not the kind of guy you think he is

  29. Iloveyou Doyoumind says:

    😒WHY! OH WHY! DO YOU INTERVIEW SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT DEAL WITH THE AVERAGE PERSON? the rich who is buying an expensive house doesn’t care or care too much but the average person are those who do most of the buying 😤

  30. Sebastian Ring says:

    shes an idiot and this is a dumb cover on the housing market

  31. Chris G says:

    Federal reserve cutting rates does not direcrly lower mortgagr interest rates! Don't listen to these stupid talking heads on tv. Loan officer for 15 years here.

  32. Macio Luko says:

    How about a normal 7-8% rate on a $120 000 home?

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