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Housing Market Update – 02/22/2011

This double dip of the housing market looks accelerating.

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20 Reasons Why a Wall Street Panic May Be Close

US Muni bond indices collapsing US State bankruptcy procedures being seriously discussed, indicating bankruptcies are imminent the 7 day SHIBOR (and repo rate) surging to new multi-year highs and has literally exploded from 2.5% to 7.3% in a few short … Continue reading

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Housing Market Plunge Passes Depression’s

Zillow.com: 26% Drop in Prices Worse than the 25.9% during Depression; Expert Explains Meaning for Buyers and Sellers Alike (CBS) NEW YORK — Home prices fell for the 53rd straight month in November, taking the decline past that of the Great … Continue reading

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44% jump in Australia property listings points to price falls in 2011: Expert

Monday, 10 January 2011 09:08 By Patrick Stafford The property market could be set for early-year price falls due to a build up of unsold properties, with new figures by property research company SQM Research showing the number of listings swelled … Continue reading

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Feeling blue within China’s red-hot economy

By Jaime FlorCruz, CNN December 30, 2010 9:43 p.m. EST Skyrocketing food and housing prices have topped concerns for both urban and rural residents. Beijing, China (CNN) — Can money buy happiness? Apparently, not for millions of Chinese, including those … Continue reading

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Case-Shiller Home Price Change In October 2010

The following table shows the historical price change according to the S&P/Case-Shiller home price indices. Cities are ranked by largest monthly gain using non seasonally adjusted data.

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The Trend of the Housing Market

Another dip of the housing market is very real and near.

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