Vincent van Gogh Art – The Housing Market – Terrifying?

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Vincent van Gogh Art – The Housing Market – Terrifying?

Vincent van Gogh Art – The Housing Market – Terrifying?

Vincent van Gogh Art – The Housing Market – Terrifying?

Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh

The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found those dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”

Vincent van Gogh, Dutch painter (March 30, 1853 – July 29, 1890)

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Artists take risks. They pursue their vision, often without financial security, facing long odds while stewing in their own self-doubt. When the world tells them “it’s not safe,” they listen to their own voice despite “prevailing wisdom.” They have a vision and they pursue it.

Occasionally, if they’re very lucky, they get to look back on their life and see the path that leads them to create a masterpiece. At the time, the path wasn’t easy, yet in retrospect, it looks very much like the only possible path they could take.

We think in twenty years or even ten years, we’re going to hear the collective sound of people kicking themselves because they did not buy a home this year.

Perhaps when their teenage sons and daughters graduate and enter the future job market and begin searching for their first home, they’ll turn to their parents and say, “Seriously? You’re telling me that when I was in middle school, you could get a 30-year fixed for under 5%?”

Too many remain terrified by the last great storm in the housing market. They stand now on the shores of incredible opportunity, but can’t shake the vision of all those values sinking into oblivion.

Think about the future. Who might need a home? Is there an opportunity to “be the bank” when the time comes? The descendants of those savvy collectors who bought a Van Gogh painting for mere dollars in 1885 are surely grateful for their grandparents’ eyes today, aren’t they?

Yes, there is uncertainty, but this is the calmest water you’re ever going to see. Set sail now and buy a home. Those that do will certainly be rewarded. As for the masterpiece – You’ll have the satisfaction of looking back and realizing you bought at just the right time.

There’s certainly no risk to exploring the opportunity. We would love the opportunity to sit down with you and plot a possible course to the best investment you could make. Contact the Luxury Valley Homes Team today at: 480-595-6412 or email us at Office@LuxuryValleyHomes.com.

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About the Author:

LVH
Jeff and Jane Daley started their careers in real estate after taking early retirement from the corporate world in October of 1999. Their success is achieved by way of their core values. MILITARY SERVICE: Jeff is a Vietnam combat veteran and served in in the US Army. He served with distinction, and received multiple citations.