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August 13, 2018, 01:57:42 AM
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I go with real estate. Hard to go wrong with property, there's always a demand and it's not like you'll see the prices drop. It's one of the best things to invest in imo
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August 13, 2018, 01:59:19 AM
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I would pick BTC over real estate for one simple reason.  Yearly property taxes.  Your real estate is working against you right off the bat.  You will also most likely have to maintain the property as well.  Bitcoin seems much easier.  
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August 13, 2018, 02:10:27 AM
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I have no doubt that here most each guy will recommend the author of this thread to invest in Bitcoin. This Forum is the place where the crypto fans are chatting. I suppose investing in real estate, you get stability but BTC might give you the profit.

Bitcoin can give you at least a good profit within a year and that's what others real venture can't give however crypto currency is full of uncertainty so we should also have an investment in a real world and investing in a real estate is good as it appreciate over time. Of course if you can diversify your investment go with these two so you can feel financially secured.
The timing of the investment and the form of the investment are very important to the success of the investor so be sure to have a clear plan if you want to succeed in this market. Cryptocurrency I think there is still a lot of potential in the future and I still believe it will boom back in the future.
Its good to invest in real estate for sure profit, but cruptocurrency have what it takes to gain profit in a right time, for now we just need to save and spend wisely since BTC were not in boom yet and when the time comes again we'll sure to get the advantage.

 
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August 13, 2018, 02:33:28 AM
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I go with real estate. Hard to go wrong with property, there's always a demand and it's not like you'll see the prices drop. It's one of the best things to invest in imo

Invest in BTC AND real estate. It would just be good if you have multiple kinds of investment because you never know what will happen later on to these industries. Real Estate has always been a good investment because you can see your property and if ever it is a land then it would just continue to go up because it has limited supply like BTC as well that has limited supply. The difference between the two is that BTC's price is fluctuating while land and other properties has stable value so it is up to you what kind of risk you are taking. Are you a risk averse or risk taker kind?

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August 13, 2018, 03:11:25 AM
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I have no doubt that here most each guy will recommend the author of this thread to invest in Bitcoin. This Forum is the place where the crypto fans are chatting. I suppose investing in real estate, you get stability but BTC might give you the profit.

Bitcoin can give you at least a good profit within a year and that's what others real venture can't give however crypto currency is full of uncertainty so we should also have an investment in a real world and investing in a real estate is good as it appreciate over time. Of course if you can diversify your investment go with these two so you can feel financially secured.
The timing of the investment and the form of the investment are very important to the success of the investor so be sure to have a clear plan if you want to succeed in this market. Cryptocurrency I think there is still a lot of potential in the future and I still believe it will boom back in the future.
Its good to invest in real estate for sure profit, but cruptocurrency have what it takes to gain profit in a right time, for now we just need to save and spend wisely since BTC were not in boom yet and when the time comes again we'll sure to get the advantage.
wait until bitcoin halving in 2020.we will see bitcoin price give us more profit than investing in real estate.two years again started from now on we can compare profit in bitcoin and real estate or property.
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August 13, 2018, 03:53:10 AM
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What you think might be true, invest half of your money into real estate investment because you are afraid that prices will fall on Bitcoin, so you will lose all your money if you only invest in Bitcoin. But I have another opinion, real estate investment is safe, and the risk is not as high as investment in bitcoin, but I prefer investing in bitcoin, because Bitcoin gives hope and chances of success faster than real estate investment.
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August 13, 2018, 11:00:16 AM
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I will choose to invest in Bitcoin rather. I started with minor investment in the year 2016 and there were a whole lot of profits i was gaining from this investment. There are so many terms and conditions in real estate investment prior to BTC investment.
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August 16, 2018, 03:53:44 PM
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It does not require large capital and does not need to wait a long time, if invest property or real estate would need big capital and I do not have the capital to invest in property.
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August 16, 2018, 04:16:06 PM
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When you invest,you have to keep a few things in mind that how do you expect to be invested?These depend on some variables such as long investment or short investment,high or low risk,time factor.So I think investing in real estate or Btc depends on your will.
Yes it's depends on you what you choose to invest in bitcoin or real estate but before you invest think first what kind of investment you want and the risk to face off. This two kind of investment have different specifications of risk. Just choose the better and profitable investment that give high profit.
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August 16, 2018, 05:38:49 PM
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When you invest,you have to keep a few things in mind that how do you expect to be invested?These depend on some variables such as long investment or short investment,high or low risk,time factor.So I think investing in real estate or Btc depends on your will.
Yes it's depends on you what you choose to invest in bitcoin or real estate but before you invest think first what kind of investment you want and the risk to face off. This two kind of investment have different specifications of risk. Just choose the better and profitable investment that give high profit.

In my own opinion, maybe you always have the choice on where to invest but it was better to invest in bitcoins since the grow in the price is increasing so much rather than real estate that takes too much time before growing.

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August 16, 2018, 05:44:42 PM
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Bitcoin chart is going up and down some times I am thinking maybe I should invest part of my BTC (at least the part of the profit  I’ve made on crypto) into something real?!
Let’s say I can buy share of real estate company and get the part of profit (50-100% per Year).
  
Should I
                Spend all my BTC on that shares?
                Spend small (profit) part?
                Or just do nothing and wait?

Huh?!

I’ll do appreciate for answers with any suggestions and recommendations!









When choosing where will you invest, think carefully on what type of investment you will choose. Make sure, the one thay you choose is better than other one. Like the profit that you will have, make sure it is bigger than other. And the time of having a profit, you need to know which is faster earning money. And the security of your money. Don't invest because it is popular, invest because you know it very well and you are sure to it.
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August 16, 2018, 11:44:53 PM
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Investing in Bitcoin now is a promising thing, it's all due to the rapid movement of bitcoin prices. Real estate is indeed a profitable type of investment. but try to compare the development of bitcoin, bitcoin is predicted to be much better in the future. but please understand that investing in bitcoin is quite risky, it's all because if we make a wrong decision and don't have good patience then we will experience a huge loss. choose according to the ability we have, try it at the beginning and develop it later with much better.
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August 16, 2018, 11:46:04 PM
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I consider investing in crypto, especially in BTC as a bit different thing from common investing in estates. Crypto is more risky and require certain skills in my opinion.
I will advice you to invest in bitcoin because bitcoin is also trusted and i know that you can also be profitable with bitcoin when the value of it will pump again upto $19k and when you invest now it is a wise strategy because btc is affordable now in the market.

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August 17, 2018, 01:03:01 AM
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i think it is your choose. If you know a right house to buy, you can easily become rich in a short time, just like invest your money in bitcoin. Investing in bitcoin and the cryptocurrency are good but they are too risky. You need to understand that you can lose all of your money with cryptocurrencies.
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August 17, 2018, 01:19:00 AM
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Buy the house if you don't have a house yet and invest some of their money you can on Bitcoin. If you do own a house then Bitcoin for sure with some alternative coins as well.
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August 17, 2018, 01:45:01 AM
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If your savings grow due to trading, then I would recommend partially invest these savings in real estate. You will have a physical house/apartment that can be rented or in case of emergency sold if necessary and this is the real thing that will be yours. The crypto at this stage looks like the future, but no one can be sure of anything. Real estate is something that always will be in demand.

Having several houses/apartments, you can live only at the expense of rent.
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August 17, 2018, 06:35:01 AM
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It does not require large capital and does not need to wait a long time, if invest property or real estate would need big capital and I do not have the capital to invest in property.
Yeah if you are agree to invest in bitcoin you don’t need to have high amount of money or a lot of property you even can be an investors working with bitcoin having no capital. So I think for me the best choice is bitcoin not the real estate, I will keep my money safe and will see it growing when I invest my money to bitcoin but my real estate won’t be able to give me the profit I get from bitcoin.

 
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if you have a guarantee of such profitability for a year, then why haven't you done it yet? I mean, it's a very good yield.
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I've come to realize many have a negative opinion of zerohedge. Having read their articles over the last 10-15 years, I think I have a different perspective from most and know that some of the things zerohedge has published over the years have turned out to be true. Their opinion is often dissenting as they were one of the few independent publications and there were campaigns waged against their credibility in the past.

As this ZH article says, the value of real estate worldwide may be likely to diminish due to wages not growing at a fast enough rate to sustain rapidly accelerating rent or real estate prices. Demand may inevitably decline which could lead to another massive drop in value across the board once government funded home loan programs and foreign demand for real estate dry up.

Real estate may not be a good investment. Who knows for certain?

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London's Property Crash Has Begun

Authored by Damian Reilly via Medium.com,

The average age of a first time mum at London’s Chelsea and Westminster hospital is 37, a statistic that tells you everything you need to know about the choices supposedly affluent city dwellers are being forced to make in the capital. For the middle classes, the cost of living in London — the cost of getting by — long ago went past insane (£17,040: the cost per year of educating a four year-old child at Thomas’s school in Fulham, not including uniform). It’s the incredible price of property, of course, that’s been the engine driving this madness, ratcheting the pressure ever higher on Londoners who don’t own a home while making very wealthy, on paper at least, those who do.

For the last two decades and more, the capital’s property market to all intents and purposes has behaved like a giant Ponzi scheme played on a global scale. Money from all over the world has poured into London bricks, inflating values unrealistically in relation to wages, while the lavish bonuses paid to European bankers working in the City have also stoked momentum responsible for pushing up, for example, the average price of a London semi-detached house by 553 per cent between January 1995 and November 2017, from £133,820 to £873,603.

Over the same period, the average cost of a detached house in the capital went from £257,748 to £1,453,271
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At last, however, the party is over. London property prices, now still flailing cartoonishly in mid-air despite being well over the edge of a cliff, are at the start of what we can call, for want of a better term, a death plunge. Although the carnage is only just beginning in earnest, desperate homeowners looking to sell are already dropping asking prices by tens of thousands of pounds and more. They know the tide is going out quickly.

The reasons you would have to be clinically insane to buy property in London today are blessedly easy to understand. Describing a modern financial disaster normally requires some pretence of understanding, say, derivatives markets or the myriad immensely complex ways international banks package and trade debt. Not this time.

This time the four horsemen of the capital’s property apocalypse  -  Brexit, knackered oil prices, the threat of a socialist government and absolutely astonishing levels of personal debt  -  are so obvious and easy to see coming they might as well be arriving on bright red London buses.

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1. Brexit is the most obvious factor frightening away potential buyers. Why would anyone purchase a property now in the capital when such an enormous and ominous question mark hangs in the sky? International investors keen to use London as a glamorous base from which to access European markets are understandably cautious — despite some misleadingly high profile 2017 Chinese investments into landmark London buildings — while the threat of a banker exodus is very real (property prices in Frankfurt are spiking as I type). According to the latest report by property data experts Molior London, sales of homes in the capital dropped by 20 percent in the last quarter of 2017. The report added some 15,000 recently completed luxury apartments remain unsold. For market watchers this is an amazing departure from the status quo, when London new builds were snapped up by global investors often before a brick had been laid.

2. The sustained low oil price is also very bad news for London property, chiefly because it means wealthy Arabs — traditionally big-time investors in the capital — are no longer so wealthy. Since Saudi Arabia went tonto on American shale producers in 2015, opening all the spigots to flood the market with cheap oil in an effort to drive them out of business, Gulf Arabs have had a lot fewer disposable petrodollars to put into Mayfair and Knightsbridge pied-a-terres. In fact, virtually all Gulf states are currently running heavy budget deficits, meaning there is significantly less cash washing about at the top of the London property market — bad news for property sellers down the ladder.

Dr Eckart Woertz, an expert in Gulf economies and senior researcher at the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, explains: “The low oil price means there is less money to invest. In fact, most Gulf countries are now repatriating money. Look at Saudi Arabia — they have repatriated $200bn of their foreign reserves. The appetite to invest large-scale in London real estate by the big sovereign wealth funds and wealthy individuals is much reduced, which is unsurprising given the yields that are available.”

He adds the recent Riyadh Ritz sheikhdown by Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler Mohammed bin Salman of 100 or so of the kingdom’s richest men has sent a powerful message to other wealthy Saudis considering investing abroad. “They cannot do it as much now — they cannot wire big amounts. I know someone who has set up a real estate development in a European capital… he has Saudi clients who are telling him they cannot get more than ten million dollars out of the country. Wiring money now raises suspicion.”

3. For those of us who would love to be worried about the difficulty of wiring ten million dollars, the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn waiting in the wings to become Britain’s next Prime Minister is a rather more relatable bad omen for London property values. Corbyn, who at the time of writing was priced at 3–1 to be Britain’s next leader, would head up a socialist government very different in outlook to the nakedly capitalist ones that have presided over the capital’s property boom. Corbyn, for example, has openly advocated large-scale “requisitioning” of homes owned and left empty by wealthy investors in order to give them to the poor. “It cannot be acceptable that in London you have luxury buildings and luxury flats kept as land banking for the future while the homeless and poor look for somewhere to live,” he has said. While undoubtedly a lovely sentiment, Jez, making state confiscation threats out loud isn’t great for shifting houses to minted foreigners.

4. And then there’s perhaps the most overlooked factor affecting the market: after years and years of being squeezed relentlessly, the indigenous London middle class, as it is in the wider UK, is largely skint. According to a recent survey by comparethemarket.com, a person in Britain is on average £8,000 in debt, not including mortgage repayments. Last June, the Bank of England announced UK unsecured consumer credit had gone over £200bn. It’s not all skagheads in tenement blocks running up these debts. Research has repeatedly found that more than a third of people using credit cards on a monthly basis to make ends meet earn between £50k and £70k a year. In London, where living costs are highest, the pain is felt as keenly, if not moreso, as it is anywhere else in the country. With interest rates expected to start rising in earnest this year, that pain can be expected to intensify horribly.
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Over the coming months you will read and hear plenty of commentary from interested parties talking up the prospects for London’s property market. All of it will be bull.

London’s property market has not “plateaued”, nor has growth “cooled”. London property values are right now dropping like a stone and there is little to break the fall. Whisper it: 2018 will be the year smug Londoners finally stopped boring on about basement and loft conversions at smart dinner parties.

By the late summer, these same people will be weeping hot tears into cold gazpacho starters and moaning to anyone who’ll listen about negative equity. At long last, the crash has arrived.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-19/londons-property-crash-has-begun

Yeah actually I think people have a negative perception about zerohedge because they are quite ruthless about their opinion and nearly always bearish. That's not necessarily a bad thing in the modern "this time is different" crash cycles we keep going through as the mainstream media charges blindly into recession after recession.

There are similar symptoms in housing markets around the world right now. Too much money came into it too quickly, and now it's showing signs of faltering. There's not a guarantee anymore and I personally would stay out of it. Maybe a nice holiday home on the coast somewhere quiet might be a good investment, just because there are no other people around there.
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August 20, 2018, 09:35:39 AM
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Must be an investment cryptocurrency. Because real estate is afraid of the crisis, the financial crisis has been quietly shaped. This is very dangerous.
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