It’s been more than a 10 years since the Great Recession of 2008, and the condo market has rebounded nicely. We’ve seen at least one cycle including a seller’s market, when condos sell fast for higher prices – making it a difficult time to be a buyer.
If you’ve wanted to buy a condo forever but prices are simply out of your reach, you might have considered waiting until the next recession to start your condominium hunt. Is that actually a good idea?
To understand whether it is great to purchase a condo during a recession, and if we’ll see another recession like the one that hit us hard in 2008, we spoke to a few top experts in real estate.
Experts declare that buying a condominium for living and lease during this period is the greatest period to invest, because today there are many unique conditions that investors may gain profit.
Buying a condominium during this period, traders will reap many benefits, such as:
1. Get a task with quality and certainty, which means that a task is great to invest. Ongoing tasks are great because they perform not get trapped during the crisis.
2. Get special discount rates with 20 to 30 percent discount.
3. Get more choices for ongoing tasks, meaning clients can select multiple tasks.
4. They can negotiate with the task owner with more particular payment conditions, as each condominium owner or developer often offers more versatile payment terms.