Housing Market: Can the Federal Reserve SAVE or CRASH 2021 Housing Market? In this video, I talk about how the Federal Reserve can potentially save the 2021 housing market or be it’s ultimate demise. We have already seen a housing market crash in our time with the 2008 housing market crash but will 2021 housing market suffer the same fate? Is the Federal Reserve hurting the housing market by printing off money like hotcakes? Or with the Federal Reserve being one of the biggest investors in corporate bonds and mortgage-backed securities, will we see the Fed start buying real estate properties? 0:00 Intro 0:30 What does the Federal Reserve do? 1:46 The Federal Reserve buying private assets? 3:14 Can the Federal Reserve cause a 2021 housing market crash? 4:53 2008 housing market crash similarities with today 6:14 How the Federal Reserve can SAVE the 2021 housing market 8:09 How can we respond to the Federal Reserve? The Federal Reserve controls the money supply for the United States…..and this year they have started to become private investors. They have been buying up corporate bonds, mortgage-backed securities, and well…..we may see the Federal Reserve buy real estate…BUT is this a good or a bad thing for the 2021 housing market? For one, I believe we are starting to see the potential for a 2021 housing market crash. With the congressional provisions for mortgage forbearance and other housing type stimulus package, what is that going to do to the banks and the people who borrow from them? We are beginning to see many similarities to the 2008 housing market crash in the 2021 housing market. Now one way that the Federal Reserve may SAVE the 2021 housing market from crashing is if they decided to actually buy real estate assets. As in apartment complexes, single-family homes, anything to continue kicking the can down the road so to say…..as we have been doing for many many years. BUT how would that affect the 2021 housing market? Now, unfortunately, these stimulus programs will be ending here soon, the government can’t keep kicking this issue down the road anymore, so that may prompt the Federal Reserve to buy up the properties that are going to fall into foreclosure. And as we saw in 2008, banks are beginning to become more loose with their lending practices, maybe not as loose as in 2008, but still, we are starting to see similarities. The Federal Reserve has been propping up the stock market along with the housing market with the introduction of the Stimulus bills in congress. The Federal Reserve has shelled out over $3 Trillion dollars for these programs. And if we continue down the route, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Federal Reserve balance sheet hit about $10 Trillion this year…And with prices of properties going up and inventory being low, might indicate an interesting 2021 housing market.