In this month’s BiggerNews, the mortgage rate rollercoaster continues, ChatGPT tries to take your job, Facebook tells investors to get lost, and David discusses his love-hate relationship with Jack in the Box. That’s right, we’ve crammed in all the most important news for real estate investors, including AI realtors, dangerous fast food options, and why buyers and sellers keep pushing down hard on both pedals. David Greene and Dave Meyer will go down the real estate rabbit hole, discussing the most important headlines affecting today’s housing market.
Welcome back to BiggerNews, where we touch on the facts, data, and everything else affecting real estate investing. This time, the Dave duo hits on why mortgage rates shot down earlier this year and what’s causing them to rise again, plus what this will do to buyers and sellers who are waiting to get into the market. Then, we’ll hear how the BRRRR method could be in danger as new mortgage rules make a cash-out refinance far harder than before. Ever thought, “We need more artificially conscious investors.” If so, you’re in luck! We’ll touch on how ChatGPT could allow an influx of sub-par investors to enter the market.
And if you’ve been waiting for a revival of Craigslist, stick around. New rules that Meta (Facebook) announced recently may deal a blow to real estate sellers on the popular platform. Finally, David and Dave will give their take on Biden’s new “Renters Bill of Rights,” which could create more protections for renters but with the side effect of rent control for landlords. All these stories could have SERIOUS impacts on the housing market. Whether you’re an investor, realtor, renter, or homeowner, this is news you need to know about!
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