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Economists say houses are a bad investment. Here's why they're wrong.
www.vox.com

If you have the bad luck to buy a house in a declining neighborhood — or at the peak of a housing bubble, like in 2007 — you could wind up having your home equity totally wiped out. So, the argument goes, it might be better to keep renting and put …

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Weiss Residential: Here's where the next housing crash will …
www.housingwire.com

Despite market reports of strong median home price appreciation this spring, gains are very uneven and nearly half of homes in 10 of the nation's largest markets actually lost value in May, according to a report by Weiss …

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Weiss Residential: Here's where the next housing crash will start
www.housingwire.com

“The same pattern occurred before the great housing meltdown 10 years ago. The percent of houses rising in D.C. declined from 100% to 60% while the metro index showed a slowdown but did not go negative. Once the population of houses that had been …

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Here's what the next recession could look like
www.businessinsider.com

This is because while stock values have skyrocketed over the past few years, home values in developed economies have made modest gains. Though a stock market crash would be a bad thing, it wouldn't nearly have the same effect on GDP a housing …

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Here's proof the housing bubble is about to burst | 2014-04 …
www.housingwire.com

If those economists who believe the government will continue to intervene are right, the outcome would further fuel a false demand for available housing. But will this government or even a new one want to step in again to bail …

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These forecasters predicted the housing meltdown. Here's …
thecrux.com

Almost eight decades later, the consultancy company that bears his name declared “the next recession will be caused by the deflating housing bubble.” By February 2007, it predicted problems in the subprime-mortgage …

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Here's What It's Really Like to Have Your Car Repossessed
abcnews.go.com

Three years ago, the L.A. Times published an extended series on the exploding investment in poor-credit used car auto dealerships, fueled by the exact same kind of Wall Street securitization that led to the housing bubble and meltdown. The investment …

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Here's One Block in Detroit That's $48K Behind on Taxes
detroit.curbed.com

It is said" when America has diarrhea Detroit gets pooped on" The 2008 housing crisis is a good example, Quicken loans flooded the city with sub prime loans,giving people loans who obviously could not or should not have qualified for them, then laid …

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China's housing bubble is collapsing, and here's what it …
qz.com

A housing bust would also have deleterious effects on the Chinese financial system, raising the risk of either a Lehman-like crisis or a Japan-style zombification of the economy (perhaps both). Either would be a big blow to …

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The next financial crisis looms: Here's where it may come from
www.salon.com

A quick check of the calendar reveals that we're almost six years out from the bursting of the housing bubble and the fall of Lehman Brothers. So are we on the precipice of another financial crisis, and what will it look like? To be sure, danger still …

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No CEOs paid price for 2008 meltdown. Here's why
www.thestar.com

… set the piratics in motion by relaxing financial regulations, and at Citi encouraged the high-risk activity that imperilled the bank; and Angelo Mozilo, who super-charged the record U.S. housing boom and bust by providing mortgages for a fee to …

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Here's why Canada's economy may lag the U.S. in 2014
opinion.financialpost.com

The housing bubble in Ontario, condo craziness, has forced prices for all real estate upwards, and increased borrowing, with the result that Canadians now have switched places with the Americans as holders of the highest consumer debt. (Americans were …

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Here's The Reading List For Paul Krugman's Class On The Great Recession …
www.sfgate.com

It will concentrate on consumer behavior, financial markets, unemployment, and the housing sector," according to the course description. "The role of public policies in contributing to the economic crisis and in ending the crisis will be explored. The …

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Here's The State Of The World Economy
www.businessinsider.com

Economic data in 2013 is a bit stronger, and seems more durable than at any time since the crisis. The labor market continues to improve, and the strength of the housing market is well known. But none of it is that good, especially on the labor front …

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Here's your housing reform, and it ain't much | Housing Meltdown …
news.housingmeltdown.com

If another housing meltdown occurred, taxpayers could again be on the hook. “We would essentially be recreating the old housing policies of the past of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under a different name,” said James …

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Here's your housing reform, and it ain't much | Housing Meltdown …
news.housingmeltdown.com

If another housing meltdown occurred, taxpayers could again be on the hook. “We would essentially be recreating the old housing policies of the past of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under a different name,” said James …

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Here's your housing reform, and it ain't much | Housing Meltdown
news.housingmeltdown.com

If another housing meltdown occurred, taxpayers could again be on the hook. “We would essentially be recreating the old housing policies of the past of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under a different name,” said James …

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Here's your housing reform, and it ain't much
watchdog.org

If another housing meltdown occurred, taxpayers could again be on the hook. “We would essentially be recreating the old housing policies of the past of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac under a different name,” said James Gattuso, a senior policy fellow in …

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