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All Things Real Estate: Keep working with Realtor to find investment properties – Fairfield Daily Republic
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All Things Real Estate: Keep working with Realtor to find investment properties  Fairfield Daily Republic

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Stock market crash? These four things worry me today – Motley Fool UK
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Stock market crash? These four things worry me today  Motley Fool UK

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Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day – Bloomberg
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Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day  Bloomberg

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5 things to know about the Evergrande crisis: A simple breakdown – CNN
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5 things to know about the Evergrande crisis: A simple breakdown  CNN

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5 things learned covering California’s housing crisis – OCRegister
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5 things learned covering California’s housing crisis  OCRegister

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10 Things You Buy are Getting More Expensive – AARP
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10 Things You Buy are Getting More Expensive  AARP

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All The Things A True Idahoan Can't Live Without – kezj.com
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All The Things A True Idahoan Can’t Live Without  kezj.com

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Canada and New Zealand both have hot housing markets, but only 1 has plan to cool things down – CBC.ca
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Canada and New Zealand both have hot housing markets, but only 1 has plan to cool things down  CBC.ca

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7 Things You Ought To Know About The SoHo/NoHo Rezoning – Gothamist
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7 Things You Ought To Know About The SoHo/NoHo Rezoning  Gothamist

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Ten Great Things to Do in March – Chicagomag.com
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Ten Great Things to Do in March  Chicagomag.com

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5 Things We Learned About Real Estate This Week
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… mean for the housing market, now that it's finally happened, it seems like, well, not so much of a big deal. At least for now. Interest rates are creeping up but hardly skyrocketing. A second housing meltdown is not likely to ensue. We're fine …

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Things to Read After Watching The Big Short
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Michael Burry's 2010 New York Times op-ed describes how he discovered the U.S. housing bubble and the mortgage-market meltdown. He also has some pointed words for former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and what he feels the government could have …

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Your Home For All Things Real Estate
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Out in theaters on Friday, this film (based on the rigorously researched book by Michael Lewis) follows four guys (played by Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, and Brad Pitt) who foresee the housing meltdown before anyone else. Hopefully, this …

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8 things to know about business for the presidential debates if you don't know …
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… almost as if they're making little Uncle Sam citizens of all their dollars. The third type of tax that keeps coming up is taxes on private investments, like houses or companies or stocks, which are lower at 15% to encourage people to take long-term …

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When Things Started Going Wrong – The Housing Bubble Blog
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A weekend topic on the housing bubble. USA Today, “In Phishing for Phools: The Economics of Manipulation & Deception by George Akerlof and Robert Shiller, the authors note that free markets are capable of generating …

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Oct. 5 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know
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Billions of dollars in fines have been levied against major banks and brokerage firms in the wake of the economic meltdown that was in large part triggered by reckless lending and shady securities dealings that blew up a housing bubble. 5. — Federal …

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5 Things to Watch for Next Week
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This week will provide us with further clarity (following data points last week) on how the housing market is faring overall. On August 25, the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index for 2Q becomes available, and Toll Brothers (TOL), one of the premier …

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Motorola investment and Tesla earnings–5 things to know today
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Wall Street stock futures are higher this morning on a positive lead from Europe and a generally encouraging earnings season (Apple's mini-meltdown notwithstanding). The dollar is higher after the latest Fed comments hinting at an interest rate rise in …

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