About Realty Cycles
What is a Realty Cycle?
A Realty Cycle is a period of expansion and contraction in existing house prices which concludes with house prices returning to their inflation and quality adjusted values from the start of the cycle to its end. A Realty Cycle is not to be confused with Trading Cycles which are the series of minor price cycles that measure the steps that are being taken within a Realty Cycle that are required for house price inflation to occur.
Timing a Realty Cycle and understanding why they occur can allow much of the damage done to wealth loss that results as the cycle concludes to be prevented. Government's have the ability to reduce or virtually eliminate the damage Realty Cycles cause when effective policy is implemented to address the Realty Cycle.
To learn more about Realty Cycles and how you can take offensive or defensive positions to capitalize on them or if you are a government body looking to establish policy to prevent them contact us.