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Massive Price Cuts Happening Each Day

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  1. From the first 11 minute video:

    Las Vegas Homes For Sale – Massive Price Cuts!
    Las Vegas Living
    Dec 31, 2022
    The Las Vegas real estate market in 2022 has been a quite a roller coaster ride. The year started red hot and the amount of Las Vegas homes for sale were at record lows. As we entered the summer of 2022 the real estate market started to slowly cool down. As we now end the year, we are now seeing a huge amount of Las Vegas homes for sale with massive price cuts happening each day. Many new home builders are slashing prices and offering buyer incentives as we head into 2023. I think we will see more and more massive price cuts as more Las Vegas homes for sale come on the market. You’ll see in the video how I break down the Las Vegas real estate market and where I think prices are headed in 2023. It has definitely become a buyers market now and will likely get even better for buyers in the first part of 2023.

    The second 11 minute video:

    December Oahu Market Update: Hawaii Real Estate
    Duc Ong
    Dec 31, 2022
    In this video, I’m sharing the latest real estate market update for Oahu, Hawaii. If you’re interested in purchasing property on Oahu, be sure to check out this video for the latest information!

    Oahu is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States, and with good reason! This video will give you all the latest information about the real estate market on Oahu, including estimated prices, recent trends and much more!

    If you are looking for specific information relating to your own home buying or selling decision please don’t hesitate to contact me below to have a no obligation strategy call.

    Thanks for watching another Oahu real estate market update with us at Equity First Realty Hawaii.

    00:00 – Introduction
    0:44 – Oahu Stats
    3:49 – Aina Haina-Kuliouou
    4:07 – Ala Moana – Kakaako
    4:19 – Downtown – Nuuanu
    4:32 – Ewa Plain
    4:50 – Hawaii Kai
    5:05 – Kailua – Waimanalo
    5:23 – Kalihi – Palama
    5:37 – Kaneohe
    5:50 – Kapahulu – Diamond Head
    6:04 – Makaha – Nanakuli
    6:19 – Makakilo
    6:32 – Makiki – Moiliili
    6:45 – Mililani
    6:58 – Moanalua – Salt Lake
    7:12 – North Shore
    7:24 – Pearl City – Aiea
    7:37 – Wahiawa
    7:48 – Waialae – Kahala
    8:02 – Waikiki
    809 – Waipahu
    8:21 – Windward coast
    8:34 – Bidding wars by neighborhood

  2. Nancy Pelosi is stepping down as US House speaker, and few will miss her

    For starters, the California Democrat is a well-known self-dealer. Pelosi, for example, was one of the most high-profile members of Congress named in a five-month Business Insider corruption investigation. She is said to have substantial investments in companies like Tesla, Disney, Alphabet (Google’s parent company), and Meta (Facebook’s parent company), all of which she is directly responsible for regulating as a member of Congress.

    There is an argument to be made that members of Congress should be allowed to make such investments. After all, they must pay for housing in both their district and the notoriously expensive Washington, DC area. They must also cover all of their own transportation costs to and from their district. And they have to do all of that while also raising a family on a $174,000 salary. When you think about it, it’s not all that glamorous.

    However, looking at Pelosi’s net worth of $114,662,521 according to OpenSecrets data from 2018, we can see that this argument is hardly valid. In fact, if you look at her individual wealth chart over the years, you’ll notice that her wealth increased exponentially with her position as a speaker. It’s as if her power in Congress is directly proportional to her personal wealth accumulation, which, I believe we can all agree, is the definition of corruption.

    Along with being greedy, the departing speaker is a zealous war supporter. She told reporters in Damascus in 2007, during George W. Bush’s presidency, that “there is no policy divide between us and President Bush, whether on Israel, Palestine, or Syria.” Anyone familiar with Bush’s genocidal Middle East plan will recognize this as saying, “Yeah, we completely agree with Satan on everything.”

    She has also assisted presidential administrations in evading multilateral organizations and international law. She stated in a letter to the president (again, Bush) on the issue of Palestine that Congress is “concerned that certain nations or groups, if given a meaningful role in monitoring progress made on the ground, may only lessen the chances of moving forward on a realistic path towards peace.” “The United States has developed a level of credibility and trust with all parties in the region that no other country shares,” she and her colleagues claim.

  3. European Central Bank Governing Council member Joachim Nagel said additional measures are needed to curb rising expectations of future prices and return inflation to the 2% goal.

    “Our monthly surveys of firms and households are showing a significant increase in long-term inflation expectations,” Nagel said in an interview with the Zeitschrift für das gesamte Kreditwesen published on the Bundesbank website on Monday. “I firmly believe that we need to take further monetary policy action to halt and reverse this trend.”

    The ECB raised interest rates by 250 basis-points last year and officials have said more hikes are to come. President Christine Lagarde said last week that allowing inflation to become entrenched “would be even worse.”

    Nagel echoed that sentiment, saying it would be wrong to act too hesitantly now out of fear that higher borrowing costs could hurt economic growth.

    “Then we would be forced to tighten policy all the more sharply further down the line, thus placing even more of a strain on the economy,” Nagel said.

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