Two big reasons investors are worried about the housing market

By Allison Morrow, CNN Business 

a sign on the corner of a street: A house's real estate for sale sign is seen in front of a home in Arlington, Virginia, November 19, 2020. - The US real estate market is booming even as the coronavirus crisis intensifies, and the seemingly insatiable appetite for new and older homes has sent prices soaring -- meaning more and more families with modest incomes are seeing their dreams of owning property shattered. (Photo by Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

© Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images A house’s real estate for sale sign is seen in front of a home in Arlington, Virginia, November 19, 2020. – The US real estate market is booming even as the coronavirus crisis intensifies, and the seemingly insatiable appetite for new and older homes has sent prices soaring — meaning more and more families with modest incomes are seeing their dreams of owning property shattered. (Photo by Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

House Party

The housing market is hot, and maybe a bit of a hot mess.

As the country locked down and home became home/office/gym/padded confinement cell, a lot of folks started buying houses or renovating. 

And nearly a year later, the house party is still raging:

But…   

There are two big reasons why some investors are growing concerned about the housing market:

So, the moral of the story… If you are looking to purchase a home, whether you are downsizing, upsizing, relocating, or just need a change Or, you are looking to sell your home during a very active market. THERE IS NO BETTER TIME TO DO IT THAN NOW. In fact, this may be the once in a generation moment that comes along, and some take advantage of and some folks look back and wish they had.