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Anatomy of a Housing Crisis

By: Sol Palha “Freddie and Fannie certainly had a large role to play in the housing crisis and many may claim that they were the main contributors of the housing crisis which eventually resulted in a market meltdown.

Surge in Foreclosures is Predicted

By: Harold Bubil America’s real estate horror story is about to get worse; Realty Trac Senior Vice-President Rick Sharga says that another wave of toxic loan foreclosures is about to rock the market. It will be as bad as the peak of the subprime mortgage foreclosure spike in the winter of 2007-2008. By the fall of 2012, foreclosures will have returned to a normal level, making for six years of real estate hell in the US.

Ten Important Real Estate Charts

By: Dr. Housing Bubble The US housing market has been turned upside down thanks to unprecedented amounts of government intervention; there has been so much interference that even the seasonal pattern has changed.

Real Estate Will Lead Economy Into Depression

By: Simon Maiehofer Investors want to believe that the worst is over. Even though the data indicates a recession or depression, the general consensus is that ‘this time is different.’

Massive Supply, Faltering Demand

By: Charles Hugh Smith The fundamentals of the US housing market are simple: massive supply, falling demand. Pending home sales have dropped, hitting two records:

Anatomy of a Housing Crisis

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By: Sol Palha

“Freddie and Fannie certainly had a large role to play in the housing crisis and many may claim that they were the main contributors of the housing crisis which eventually resulted in a market meltdown.

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Surge in Foreclosures is Predicted

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By: Harold Bubil

America’s real estate horror story is about to get worse; Realty Trac Senior Vice-President Rick Sharga says that another wave of toxic loan foreclosures is about to rock the market. It will be as bad as the peak of the subprime mortgage foreclosure spike in the winter of 2007-2008. By the fall of 2012, foreclosures will have returned to a normal level, making for six years of real estate hell in the US.

Read more...

Ten Important Real Estate Charts

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By: Dr. Housing Bubble

The US housing market has been turned upside down thanks to unprecedented amounts of government intervention; there has been so much interference that even the seasonal pattern has changed.

Read more...

Real Estate Will Lead Economy Into Depression

E-mail Print PDF

By: Simon Maiehofer

Investors want to believe that the worst is over. Even though the data indicates a recession or depression, the general consensus is that ‘this time is different.’

Read more...

Massive Supply, Faltering Demand

E-mail Print PDF

By: Charles Hugh Smith

The fundamentals of the US housing market are simple: massive supply, falling demand. Pending home sales have dropped, hitting two records:

Read more...