If you are investing in real estate you might want to start bracing for impact and look into securing your gains while placing your money in more risk-averse strategies. The question, according to many experts, isn’t if housing prices are going to drop at some point, but by how much? 

Shawn Langlois, editor and writer for MarketWatch in Los Angeles, spells out some uncomfortable truths about what an impending housing bubble might look like and how bad it could get. You can read Shawn’s piece here.

The Fed has already used its “get out of jail free” card by dropping interest rates to near-zero and buying mortgage-backed securities during the last housing crisis. But this time it could be a different story. 

We have some solutions that would give you protection on your principal with attractive return potential.