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Housing market fully priced but won't crash
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Charter Keck Cramer executive chairman Scott Keck says the housing market is "fully priced" with property values likely to drift sideways over the next few years. But, he ruled out any threat of a housing bubble and subsequent crash in prices. In a …

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Byron Wien: There Won't Be a Bear Market
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The other positive in the outlook continues to be housing. House … Investors are reminded of the sub-prime crisis in 2007 when these loans were less than 20% of all bank loans but they left us vulnerable to a potential meltdown of the commercial banks.

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Governments And Central Banks: Those Who Can't And Those Who Won't
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But in the meanwhile, yet another credit bubble grew, again aided by loose Fed monetary policies, and it eventually boosted the housing sector to record valuation levels before bursting in 2007. The S&P 500 lost 57% in the 2007-2009 disaster. This time …

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Why 2016 Won't Be the Year Canada's Housing Bubble Bursts
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Last week I argued that 2016 could be the year where we finally see Canada's massive housing bubble pop. All the ingredients to the recipe are there. When looking at metrics such as price-to-median household income and price to rent, it's obvious that …

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Why the Racial Wealth Gap Won't Go Away
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Greer said part of the problem is that many black and Hispanic families live in cities like Washington D.C., New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, where the housing markets weren't impacted as severely by the housing meltdown as those in other cities and …

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Why 2016 Won't Be the Year Canada's Housing Bubble Bursts
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Last week I argued that 2016 could be the year where we finally see Canada's massive housing bubble pop. All the ingredients to the recipe are there. When looking at metrics such as price-to-median household income and price to rent, it's obvious that …

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Condo experts say sales slowdown won't lead to another crash in Miami
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“You are not in an economy where real estate in Miami will have a downturn, unless you believe we will have a national housing crisis,” Malony said. “There's a lot of stuff that isn't going to get built. The first-time developers who are building in …

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3 reasons the global stock market meltdown won't hurt average Americans
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Moreover, when wealth increases, like when the stock market or housing market rises in value, people often spend only a fraction of that. When wealth decreases, many people don't cut back their purchases on a dollar-for-dollar basis. Economists call …

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Germany's toothless rent cap law won't fix Britain's housing …
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Germany's new rent control law, which came into force in Berlin this month, has been cited as a possible answer to Britain's housing crisis. It aims to prohibit landlords from jacking up rents for new tenants to more than 10% …

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FHA fee cut won't help many first time homebuyers in …
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Before the housing bubble, in 1993, half the homes sold in California went to first time buyers. Today, according to the California Association of Realtors, fewer than one in three homes are sold to first timers. That's the smallest …

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Boca City Council candidate says he won't further appeal 2013 fine faced by …
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The firm's dispute with the federal agency and the fine "happens very often in government contracts," he said, adding that the scope of the contract increased unexpectedly because of the housing meltdown nearly 10 years ago. The contract between …

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What Your Broker Won't Tell You About the Housing Recovery?
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This of course speaks to prideful behavior, wherein sometimes no one really knows what's going on. Such as the 2008 subprime implosion and how mortgages really or really didn't play a part of the financial meltdown. (If I'm moving too fast for you, let …

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5 reasons why the housing market won't crash
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www.marketwatch.com. After the financial crisis and mortgage meltdown, it's natural that many people are skeptical about the housing market. When you build economic growth on liar loans and the idea that housing prices …

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5 reasons why the housing market won't crash
www.marketwatch.com

… a seven-month high in August, helped by job growth and low mortgage rates. I'm not naïve, so I won't claim we will never see another housing crisis again. But given the latest indicators, I think it is highly unlikely there could be another crash …

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Why Portugal's Bad Bank Won't be a Mortal Blow for Stocks
www.moneymorning.com.au

Florida, of course, was the centre of the US housing market crash. Property prices here fell by more than half in some areas. We won't cover old ground by reliving that period. You know what happened. There's no point going over it again. The one thing …

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Buying a home: The American dream that won't die
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Black and Hispanic homeowners suffered disproportionate losses in the 2008 housing crisis, as predatory lending wiped out what few assets they had. But in the midst of the recovery, they're dealing with a second crisis: The fear of another housing …

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Don't believe brokers, the government, or Piketty: Your property values won't …
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Thus during the Japanese housing bubble in the 1980s, the grounds of the Imperial Palace were claimed to be worth more than the value of all the real estate in California, when neither the Imperial Palace ground nor all the real estate in California …

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we won't know what's up with China's real estate bubble until it's too late
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SHANGHAI — For now, China's property market seems like the “bubble” that just won't pop. Analysts have been forecasting its end for almost seven years. Property is tightly intertwined with all aspects of the Chinese economy. A crash in the housing …

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