Team MTBNJ Halter's
So sounds like a good time to sell, buy a nice used RV, travel the country for a year or two, buy if/when the correction comes.
If it never comes park the RV down by the river and give up!
RV's are still pretty reasonable but people want to pay $100,000+ for a van that is a tiny version of an RV.Have you seen the price of vans these days? Might just want to pick up tent.
With regards to the housing, as I understand it....im part of the problem...I bought my house in 2009....I dont love it...my street is too busy, it could be bigger/nicer....but im way ahead on my mortgage, during covid I refinanced to 1.9% and from 30 to 15 years....so why would I want to sell and go take on a massive increase in interest and debt with a majorly overpriced house?
I find I enjoy have no debt and the abilty to just do whatever I want more than I like having a fancier house for my child to wreck.