Archive for the 'california-equity-giants' Category

Does housing policy amount to price fixing from banks? Negative equity, accounting standards, and control of supply. 1.3 million homes in California still underwater.


Polar Vortex hits California housing market: California home sales fall over 10 percent on an annual basis. 2014 off to a drought in real estate.


Do banks sense a change in the California housing market? California foreclosure starts up 57 percent last month. Typical California foreclosure process lasts nearly one year and the misconception of middle class.


Is California built out? Privately owned housing starts remain all-time record lows. Affordability continues to crush home buying but signs of lower prices loom.


Squeezing out the working class through higher rents: 11.3 million Americans spend more than half their income on rent in 2011, a jump of 28 percent from 2007.


The bubble that is California: A flood of rentals in lower priced markets, inventory creeping back up, and investors appetites waning.


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