Archive for June, 2011

The booming collapse of housing – why housing will be a bad investment for the current decade. 5 charts exploring the demographic and financial perfect storm with U.S. real estate.


Bargain hunting in Beverly Hills and the 90210 zip code – A place for under $500,000 in the 90210? When the housing crash hits aspirational neighborhoods.


The end of Ponzi financing era in the United States and the World – When income, revenues, and swindles no longer support servicing debt. From California home owners, Greek bondholders, and Japanese zombie banks.


When the economy becomes a financial circus based on debt fueled acrobatics: Lessons from the Great Depression Part 34. Tracking housing values from 1940 to 2011.


The Southern California housing spring that never was. Median price for a Southern California home falls by 8 percent year-over-year. Sales collapse by 17 percent pointing to future problems.


How many McDonald’s jobs does it take to purchase a California home? 10 to 25 percent price decline over the next five years will prove to be optimistic. Can Americans stomach a second housing crash?


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