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Real Estate Appreciation

Real estate appreciation refers to the increasing value of real estate.  Over many decades and even centuries, real estate has appreciated.  During short periods of economic stress, real estate prices have fallen resulting in real estate depreciation.

During inflationary times, real estate values tend to rise or appreciate.  This occurred during the hyper inflation period of the 1970's when many real estate millionaires where made and again in the late 1990's and early the next decade.

As is the case with most markets, fast increases in value are often followed by declines as the excesses in the market are eliminated.  This has been the case with real estate appreciation now being turned into depreciation in 2007 and 2008.  Special lending practices and increasing interest rates are helping to flood the market with excess inventory push prices lower.

As the excesses are wrung out of the real estate market, it will stabilize and eventually begin another period of real estate appreciation.  Benjamin Franklin's advice for real estate investors was something like, "find out where the people are going to go and go there and buy real estate".


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