Bullish euphoria has made investors very complacent and willing to disregard serious risks out there in real estate markets now. Are you convinced that the mortgage delinquency problem is over? Check out this shocking table that shows it is getting worse for $600 billion in bubble-era debt.
The commercial real estate recovery was artificially created back in 2009 by the financial regulators. Since then, it has been fed by yield-seeking institutional investors and hot money from China. But that is now coming to an end. Find out why the hottest office markets are now rolling over and why this is spreading to all major markets. Go here.
Keith was recently interviewed by renowned financial expert Lance Roberts about the weakening condition of housing markets around the country. Listen here.
Keith was a FEATURED SPEAKER at Harry Dent's Irrational Economic Summit in Vancouver on Sept. 11, 2015. His topic was "Why NOW is a Good Time to Sell Your Investment Real Estate."
Bio of Keith Jurow
The focus of Dr. Jurow’s writings and presentations has been to prepare investors for the continued real estate market decline that he sees as almost inevitable.
Keith's in-depth real estate articles have been published regularly for 6 years on major websites such as BUSINESS INSIDER, REAL CLEAR MARKETS, ADVISOR PERSPECTIVES, and MINYANVILLE.
Keith has been interviewed extensively in the media including an appearance on Yahoo Finance’s “Daily Ticker” show which was seen by more than 100,000 viewers.
In January, 2013 Keith was interviewed on Bloomberg TV’s “Bottom Line.” He also appeared twice on the Wall Street Journal’s syndicated Michael Castner radio show.
In January 2014, he gave a major presentation on “The Wisdom of Knowing When to Sell” at Institutional Investor’s Risk & Liquidity Conference in Manhattan. He has also presented before organizations such as the Financial Policy Council, the Rotary Club of New York, and a family office conference for high net worth investors.
Keith is a Thought Leader for the influential website Advisor Perspectives.
Keith is a graduate of Cornell University and received both an M.A. and a PhD from the Graduate Faculty of the New School in Manhattan.