Everyone remembers the year 2008, when real estate took a turn for the worse. While we remember the effects of the real estate crash, many people can’t help but ask, “Why did all of this happen?” Mike Shustek has more than two decades of experience in real estate investment and tackles this topic in the following infographic. Mike Shustek puts things into simple terms, making it easy for everyone to understand, regardless of their knowledge on the subject. Learn what contributed to the crash – from predatory lenders to easy credit conditions. Check out the infographic below:
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