John Amram begins this article by explaining the many different opinions investors are currently holding. He then confirms that restlessness on the market is growing and gives the declining initial net return, in some cities the rate is below 3.5 %, as a reason. He also points out the levelling off of the residential real estate market that has been predicted by Scope Analysis. Moving on he states that whether it is time for an exit or not depends on the type of investor you are; long-term orientated investors should hold on to their objects, but others could profit from exiting now. Further, Amram stresses the importance of the availability of profitable reinvestments, which should also decide whether the time for an exit is ripe. In the long term, an interest rate turnaround could cause cheap capital to get more expensive, which in turn lowers the number of potential investors leading to a lower demand and, consequently, lower prices. Finally, Amram concludes that those considering an exit should do it now and not wait for the end of the pricing plateau, because once the point of a price decline has been reached, most buyers will wait for better conditions and hold back on investing.