Warren Buffett: Why Real Estate Is a LOUSY Investment?



Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain why they don’t invest in real estate and consider it to be a lousy investment.

28 thoughts on “Warren Buffett: Why Real Estate Is a LOUSY Investment?”

  1. Nice video as always but here is my problem I have been making losses trying to make profit trading. I thought trading demo account is just like trading the real market… can anyone help me out or at least advise me on what to do

  2. Investing is considered a bedrock in making generational wealth. Most people don't know when, where or what to invest in. Fortunately, great investors of the past and present can provide us with guidance and ideas. Meaningful contributions are always welcome.

  3. Nice video, love how you take your time to educate your viewers. You gave me the mindset to invest my savings now I have made profits over $120k Right now and still making more, I am enjoying a good life with what I made investing. Indeed,building a Portfolio income (investing) through a licensed investment adviser is one out of many ways to earn passive income.

  4. Major indexes have been so volatile lately. Even the small caps and mid caps have showed promise and jumped from time to time in short periods, I read an article of people that grossed profits up to $150k during this season, any recommendations to scale up such returns will be highly appreciated.

  5. The only chance you have is in Realestate. In stocks and bonds someone always has inside information and for technical trading, the best minds with big money will push prices to prey on your emotions.

  6. I suggest you offset your real estate and get into stocks, A recession as bad it can be, provides good buying opportunities in the markets if you’re careful and it can also create volatility giving great short time buy and sell opportunities too. This is not financial advise but get buying, cash isn’t king at all in this time!

  7. Making money is not the same as keeping it there is a reason why investments aren't well taught in schools, the examples you gave are well stationed, this is a beautiful piece of designs and am investing my millions, people shy away from hard times, I embrace them.

  8. I suggest you offset your real estate and get into stocks, A recession as bad it can be, provides good buying opportunities in the markets if you’re careful and it can also create volatility giving great short time buy and sell opportunities too. This is not financial advise but get buying, cash isn’t king at all in this time

  9. I learnt most of these principles about seven years ago. A lot of people have been trapped strongly in the matrix– Go to school, get a job, and then slave your whole life. Many miss out on life-changing information that could have great effect on their finances. I played with the stock market sometime in 2020, and I was surprised at how well it turned out. I want to put in $80k more into the market. I heard people are making really great returns despite the downturn. Any recommendations

  10. Yas, take their advice and put your money into the stock market, they will take your money from the stock market and go buy land and houses with your money for them.

  11. I started investing in the stock market because of dividends. What matters, in my opinion, is that if you invest and earn more money in addition to dividends, you will be able to live off of dividends without selling. It implies that you can pass that on to your children, giving them a head start in life. I've invested over $600k in dividend stocks over the years; I continue to buy more today and will continue to do so until the price lowers even further.

  12. The point that warren makes about competition and real estate not being mispriced, I cannot agree with. I have found countless mispriced, below market value deals here in one of the most competitive markets in America (San Diego). Real estate also has tax benefits that stocks cannot provide

  13. Never buy real estate, never keep money in the bank. How do you live, keep renting? Does not make sense

  14. I’m currently retired, and considering the current rollercoaster nature of the stock market, I decided to stay on the sideline for awhile, now I’m worried with the numerous bank failures as of late, am I better off reinvesting my savings in the stock market or do I wait?

  15. He’s basically saying it’s a good investment for regular people who want stable, predictable returns but a bad investment if you’re trying to get a big advantage and tapping into secret knowledge

  16. Several of the biggest market experts have been voicing their opinions on exactly how awful they think the next downturn would be, and how far equities may have to go, as recession draws closer and inflation continues well above the Fed's 2% objective. I'm trying to build a portfolio of at least $850k by the time I'm 60, therefore I need suggestions on what investments to make.

  17. He is completely wrong buy properties in a down market rent them then sell in a high market. The whole east coast has property for rent and sale under the property management company Berkshire Hathaway

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