How to Profit From the Real Estate Boom No One’s Talking About

How to Profit From the Real Estate Boom No One’s Talking About by Justin Spittler – Casey Research

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I’ve never seen anything like it in my life.

Construction cranes dotted the skyline. There were too many to count.

Just look at this picture.

I took this photograph a couple days ago. I could have taken 10 more like this if I wanted.

There are literally dozens of construction cranes like these in the downtown Seattle. And apparently, the city’s looked like this for the last two years.

• This is why some folks are now calling Seattle “Crane City”…

And one local company is almost single-handedly responsible for this.

I’ll tell you the name of that company in a minute. I’ll also explain how you can profit from its almost insatiable appetite for real estate.

But let me first tell you why I’m in Seattle.

• Two months ago, I did something I’ve been wanting to do for years…

I sold most of my belongings. I turned in my apartment key. And I hit the road.

That’s right. I left sunny Florida behind to become a digital nomad.

I did this because traveling helps you understand the world better. That makes you a better investor.

Traveling also exposes you to opportunities that you would never learn about sitting at a desk.

• I began my world tour in Vancouver…

I went there to learn more about the best opportunities in commoditiesCanada’s booming marijuana industry…and Vancouver’s fragile housing market.

I’m now headed to San Francisco…but I decided to visit some family in Seattle first.

I didn’t plan on doing much “boots on the ground” research. But I couldn’t believe my eyes when I drove around downtown Seattle.

There were more construction cranes there than I’ve seen in my entire life…and I just left Vancouver, which is having a real estate boom for the ages.

But you must understand something.

• Seattle is the hottest real estate market in the United States…

In May, home prices jumped 13%. That’s more than double the national average.

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