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5 charts exploring the financial quicksand that real estate is stuck in for 2012 – Public debt now larger than GDP, entitlement challenges, post-bubble lows for housing, two lost decades for income, baby boomer demographics not looking positive for real estate.


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 arrival of housing purgatory – Why is housing experiencing one of its worst sales years even with the 30 year fixed rate mortgage breaking into the 3 percent range? A case as to why housing will remain a poor investment deep into 2015.


The California contradiction – Record high unemployment and highest home prices in the nation. Share of Californians employed at record low levels and July home sales forecast dire home price cuts moving ahead. During bubble years July home sales came in at over 60,000 for the month while last July they came in at 34,000.


The internalization of toxic loans and the growing cracks in the shadow banking economy – Half of 7 million California home owners are baby boomers. Who will they sell to in the future?


Till debt do us part – financial collapse foreshadows second collapse in housing. Million dollar troubles in Beverly Hills. 2 million tax filers disappear in latest tax data.


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