Archive for November, 2009

Option ARMs Come Back into Center Stage: 350,000 Active Option ARMs with over 200,000 in California. 78 Percent of Option ARMs have yet to hit Recast Dates.


What Should a Home Really Cost? Using Real Estate Valuation Methods to Arrive at a Sustainable Market Price for Homes. Three City Examples: Compton, Culver City, and Rancho Palos Verdes.


Real City of Genius: Today we Salute Pasadena. When losing $300,000 is Actually a Gain for Housing Values. Shadow Inventory Twice as big as Public Data.


Forget about the 2012 Apocalypse Movies because California has Enough Problems in 2010. 10 Charts showing why there will be no Economic or Housing Recovery for California in 2010. Unemployment at 12.5 Percent and $21 Billion in Deficits don’t Help Either.


Real Homes of Genius: Today we Salute you Compton, El Monte, and Downey. Four Examples of Foreclosure Alley. The Hesitant California Housing Market.


A Tale of Two California Housing Markets: The Financial Gambling Psychology and Exploring the Distress Housing Market. 10 Charts Examining the Volatile California Housing Market.


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