‘By 2024 the home ownership dream as a means to wealth will be DEAD’
Would you be prepared if the value of your home dropped by half?
That’s exactly what economic futurist and best-selling author Harry Dent is predicting for parts of Australia.
Over the past 35 years, Harry has made a series of eerily ‘on the money’ calls…
He predicted, in advance Japan’s 1989 crash…the dotcom crash of the early 2000s…the real estate bubble a few years after that…the 2008 financial meltdown…the rise of Trump and Brexit…gold’s recent slump along with the dollar’s rally…and oil’s fall.
And now he’s warning that Australians homeowners are more at risk than ever.
In a brand-new Markets & Money report titled: ‘Two Rules for Surviving a Potential Australian Property Collapse’, economist Harry Dent shows why Australia’s property bubble is about to burst and what you can do to protect your wealth.
Download Harry’s report now and you’ll learn:
- Why Australia’s housing market is NOT bulletproof: The two key factors that have propped up the Australian property market for years — and caused prices to bubble up so much — that could lead to our demise.
- The most overvalued real estate markets in the world: If you guessed Australia would be in this list, you’re right. See what we have in common with overpriced markets around the world and why the market is destined to burst…like every other bubble in history.
- The real cost of super-high real estate prices: From rising costs of office space and salaries for businesses. To forcing households to spend more of their incomes on mortgages and rents, leaving less for everything else.
You’ll learn all of this and more in Harry Dent’s brand-new report: ‘Two Rules for Surviving a Potential Australian Property Collapse’.
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