Real Estate During Inflation ––>Hyperinflation

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  • Thu, May 03, 2012 - 04:21am

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  • Wed, May 30, 2012 - 09:20am

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    real estate during hyperinflation

I got a few thoughts and assuming a few scenario:

1. During hyperinflation, the whole society will be too chaotic, even for ppl who are not paying the mortgate, the bank will not chase them away since they do not have the manpower to do it when most of the mortgages are defaulting. ppl can stay in their house without moving out

2. since the mortgage sum is fixed, I assume most ppl can easily pay off the money, right? maybe it equals to the price of a basket of eggs?

3. there wont be much buyer on the market, its no way to judge real estate prices

4. so nobody can sell, everybody stay where they are, no rent is paid becoz ppl use to money to buy food…..

5. well, as mortgage sum become so little, interest rate doesn’t really matter anymore

Well, this sounds like a war scenario, a complete system collapse, what we really should worry is the process in between, is that right? so when the whole thing calm down, will real estate owners be winners?

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  • Fri, Oct 30, 2015 - 09:50am

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  • Fri, Oct 30, 2015 - 12:25pm

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    mimicc wrote:I got a few

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I got a few thoughts and assuming a few scenario:

1. During hyperinflation, the whole society will be too chaotic, even for ppl who are not paying the mortgate, the bank will not chase them away since they do not have the manpower to do it when most of the mortgages are defaulting. ppl can stay in their house without moving out

2. since the mortgage sum is fixed, I assume most ppl can easily pay off the money, right? maybe it equals to the price of a basket of eggs?

3. there wont be much buyer on the market, its no way to judge real estate prices

4. so nobody can sell, everybody stay where they are, no rent is paid becoz ppl use to money to buy food…..

5. well, as mortgage sum become so little, interest rate doesn't really matter anymore

Well, this sounds like a war scenario, a complete system collapse, what we really should worry is the process in between, is that right? so when the whole thing calm down, will real estate owners be winners?

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As long as you can pay the taxes to the man you title.   

  • Fri, Oct 30, 2015 - 12:26pm

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    mimicc wrote:I got a few

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I got a few thoughts and assuming a few scenario:

1. During hyperinflation, the whole society will be too chaotic, even for ppl who are not paying the mortgate, the bank will not chase them away since they do not have the manpower to do it when most of the mortgages are defaulting. ppl can stay in their house without moving out

2. since the mortgage sum is fixed, I assume most ppl can easily pay off the money, right? maybe it equals to the price of a basket of eggs?

3. there wont be much buyer on the market, its no way to judge real estate prices

4. so nobody can sell, everybody stay where they are, no rent is paid becoz ppl use to money to buy food…..

5. well, as mortgage sum become so little, interest rate doesn't really matter anymore

Well, this sounds like a war scenario, a complete system collapse, what we really should worry is the process in between, is that right? so when the whole thing calm down, will real estate owners be winners?

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As long as you can pay the taxes to the man you have title.   

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