The housing market is always in the fall (and is unlikely to rise soon)

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The housing market is always in the fall (and is unlikely to rise soon) The coronavirus has brought the whole world "to its knees"—it turned out to be a real "Trojan horse" that delivered us all to such an uncomfortable truth. We saw how easily susceptible our fellow citizens were to manipulation and deceit. We heard how miserably people behaved to those in authority. We evaluated the leadership qualities of our chosen officials.And we came to the conclusion that it was necessary for us all to fundamentally reconfigure our "relationship" with the state and with each other: We were confronted with the fact that 80% of our fellow citizens were caught up "in the maw" of the coronavirus epidemic. And only 8% of them had time to "cool down". That is why the coronavirus pandemic has dealt us a "killer blow" that will restore order in the economy. and calm down the inevitable "storm" that has engulfed our entire country. Housing is one of the most hated items in the head of the population. And those who have lost their jobs and are forced to stay at home with empty pockets are forced to look for cheaper options (with an equally uncomfortable conscience). The housing market is "under siege" Everyone is panicking right now. And no one is sure when the "battle" with the coronavirus will end. But whoever wins, he will definitely win. So today, it's all about the integrity of the "siege" that prevents a third increase in prices. And don't forget the threat of new sanctions! Executive SUMMARY:The longer the quarantine lasts, the worse it will get for all of us. Until we all get used to self-isolation and start planning our upcoming expenses. Even if the black September comes, the "Housing crisis" will not end. It will just get started. By the end of the year, the crisis will have "broken". So it's all right it will continue. 1) Read my article " Where NOT to invest money? TOP 3 most dangerous places for money". 2) Read my article "what skills you need to become rich".