The shortage of affordable housing in California is on a borderline crisis and Nick Vertucci believes that a reaction will soon be legislated in Sacramento on the matter. The crisis is statewide but delves into an even deeper problem in the coastal regions. Areas like Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose and San Diego have seen the cost of property jump 75% in the last 5 years alone which is far outpacing inflation. As if that wasn’t enough, the average cost of purchasing a home in California is $500,000. That is actually twice the average cost of the average of the United States. Nick Vertucci points out that if that rate of increase continues a lot of the middle-income earners won’t be able to afford to become a home owner.
Taking a look at California’s number it would seem that all is well. Incomes are up, unemployment down, tax revenue is higher than ever and compared to the rest of the nation the figures look great. Now factor in the cost of living and you will see that California has an extremely high poverty rate. Workers that pull in 6 figures have to commute hours to their job, in some cases, just to find affordable housing. Something is on the horizon and Nick Vertucci predicts that something will happen to break the system.
The numbers and goals that Sacramento, California’s Capital, sets is likely to fall short once again. Construction is stopped, projects are canceled, causing the need for homes to fall well below the population growth.
The politicians for the state want to respond with a bill that will work to help enable and encourage, on a large-scale, for lower and middle-income housing development to pass in the state senate and other restrictions to make the process easier to be approved by bypassing some of the zoning, environmental and other tactics to increase costs additionally.
Nick Vertucci is a very successful prolific real estate investor and one of the top in his field too. Having lost a lot of his money in the dot-com burst in 2000 he transitioned over to start his new adventure in real estate investments to help create an income for his family. Through his hunger and desire to learn the field he has turned his business into a multi-million dollar result.
Though Nick Vertucci has made several errors along the way he was able to adapt, scale and turn his real estate investments into big profits. In 2017 he found his company, NV Real Estate Academy to help pass along his knowledge, obstacles to avoid, and how to make a nice living at investing in Real Estate investments. http://www.highya.com/flip-with-nick-reviews