There are many so-called real estate "experts" out there but few have the track record Ronan and his Real Estate Trend Alert service have. Ronan has been an active real estate investor since his early 20s. He's an international dealmaker. Some folks call him a profit hunter. You may be a member of Ronan's Real Estate Trend Alert group already. Or, you may have read Ronan's columns in International Living magazine... or read one of his best-selling books, including the most recent: Ronan McMahon' Big Book of Profitable Real Estate.
One of Ronan's biggest strengths is identifying markets that are due for an upswing in values but where other investors aren't even looking yet. He's called it right many times: Like the year 2000 in Ireland, ahead of what became known as the Celtic Tiger, a period of unrivaled and historic economic growth for the country and its real estate market. He called it again in Panama, in 2004, when he predicted that values in Panama City were about to spiral quickly. He did it in Northeast Brazil, in 2008, when the market was on the precipice of a huge rise in values.
And he was ahead of the big growth in Tulúm on Mexico's Riviera Maya, in 2009, when few investors had gotten in.
Ronan also knows how to spot the right crisis market where a buyer can get in cheap now but profit as values return to where they should be... or even exceed that. He knows how to wait for the right "trigger moment" to play a crisis market. He did that in Ireland, when the 2008 crash eventually led to fire-sale auctions in 2011. He repeated his success in Spain and Portugal when bank fire sales popped up in 2013. He acted again in Cabo, Mexico, in 2015, when a rare convergence of circumstances meant you could lock down a luxury home for a fraction of its true worth. In each of those cases, a buyer who followed his recommendation could have doubled their money or more.