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Protecting Your Assets through the 18.6-year Land Cycle Downturn. Recession-Resilient Property Investments?

A lot of subscribers have reached out to me over the years, asking where to invest to prevent extreme loss of income in the forecasted recessionary crash between 2026-2028.

If the property market and stock market are going to nosedive – if the banks are going to go bust – how do you protect yourself?

It’s a great question, and not easy to answer. In saying that, not all investments that may protect your wealth over the period are going to be suited to everyone.

Still, when I started LCI (Land Cycle Investor), I wanted to educate people on how to make wealth in the boom and protect their assets in the bust. As we move further toward the peak in the property markets (circa mid-2026), the latter is gaining in importance.

When it comes to property, most owners are either planning for a sale close to the peak, forecasted for 2026, or gearing up to hold over the recessionary period.

If you have a good piece of residential real estate in either Melbourne or Sydney, holding through the forecasted crash would likely place you in good stead for the upsurge in the first half of the next cycle (in the early 2030s).

In the other states that are smaller by population – Canberra, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, etc. – the first half of the cycle is notoriously flat. So, if investors are planning to offload their property investments within the next ten years, timing a sale at the peak could be the better option.

Even so, in a downturn, when buyers exit, banks stop lending, and the market is flooded with supply, what’s going to happen to rents?

Will demand be there to ensure a steady income? It’s certainly not guaranteed.

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