Archive for October, 2011

A protracted winter is imminent for housing: Lessons from the Great Depression Part 36. From 1917 to 1945 home prices lagged the overall inflation trend. With one decade in the book, can Americans stomach a stagnant real estate market for another 20 years?


Trifecta of keeping the housing bubble inflated in pocket markets –Senate votes to reinstate big loan limits, pushes visas for wealthy foreign home buyers, and artificially slams rates lower to hammer savers.


The manic real estate pricing in Huntington Beach – When dropping prices by $2,950,000 and rising prices by $1,950,000 on the same home is a tactic to sell. The disconnect between household incomes and home values.


I dream of California cognitive dissonance – Many Californians expect high level of services without paying the cost. The typical mortgage payment for those that bought last month was $964?


How will mood be impacted for the next decade because of the real estate bubble bursting? Lessons from the Great Depression Part 35. The changing psychology on American housing.


The three faces of the California housing correction – a Burbank condo, a single family home in Hacienda Heights, and an investment property in Burbank.


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