While in a conversation with The Seer during a short drive, I asked Her about real estate decisions. Whether to sell or buy real estate. With Her permission, I’m sharing Her reply:
“Just so you know … I’m not knowledgeable about real estate trends and hope I am asking the right questions, but to the best that I can see, the influences in the real estate price fluctuations will be:
• The inflation of prices for raw materials and transportation means they are going to steadily climb in price, and then in 7-8 years be unaffordably high for buying houses.
• People are really starting to feel the pinch economically. So few people are building and few people are buying.
• Interest rates are climbing too so few people can get mortgages
What does all this mean? Fewer buyers mean that the prices are being pushed down, but renovations and buildings are costing more and therefore pushing prices up. I’m not quite sure what these trends equate to except for the following possibility: houses will stay on the market longer and remain at unrealistically high prices with fewer buyers able to afford them.
Please think this through carefully. Study market trends and do your own research, please. Everyone is nervous and banks aren’t lending money as freely as before. My gut feeling is to dig yourself in and get supplies and get out of debt. How you can best accomplish that, I’ll have to leave it up to you.”
I also asked if gas prices will be going up much further…because this affects the prices of shipping and the cost of commodities that are being transported by trucks.
“Much, much higher.”
During the time I had The Seer in my car, I asked how applicable the dire prophecies for America’s west coast still were. The answer She gave me, I share with you with Her permission:
“I have searched everywhere I could think of, to find a glimmer of hope that would indicate that a possibility exists that these prophecies of destruction could be preventable. Even though the San Fransisco area (called the seat of Artificial Intelligence in the prophecies) is still under a very large threat over the next three to five years, the Northern parts of the coast (in Oregon and Washington) had one small glimmer that it could be spared. Although this hope is as yet a slender one for areas close to the coast, at least it’s there.
The formation of a neutral field of existence* will greatly assist to provide stability and more graceful solutions for change. Perhaps even that little flame of Hope can be fanned into something bigger. “