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The Housing “Recovery” Is on Shaky Ground

Every few weeks I look forward to the jobs report that comes out the first Friday of every month. It’s not because I particularly like this report. It’s because the

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No One’s Talking About This Bubble in China

Earlier today we discussed how China is in a race with the Saudis to build the world’s tallest skyscraper. But China’s not only trying to build the world’s tallest – the

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The Great Skyscraper Bubble Is Ready to Pop!

In 1928, construction on the world’s tallest building began in New York: the Bank of Manhattan Trust Building at 40 Wall Street. Today, it’s “The Trump Building.” When its developers learned

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To Buy, or Not to Buy?

If home-buying has been on your radar recently, you may want to consider your options before making such a large decision. Many factors go into buying a home, but one of the things that you should consider before making a purchase is current interest rates.

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China’s Unprecedented Real Estate Bubble Is a Ticking Time Bomb

We woke up this morning to find oil prices weighing on the market… again… with China suffering the biggest losses. Oil prices have already kept stocks at bay in the

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Real Estate: If You Don’t Love It, You Better List It

If you’ve got money tied up in real estate, the best thing you can do is get out now and sell it for cash. That’s because the real estate market is on the way down… and it’s not going up again any time soon.

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China Could Deliver Another Blow to the U.S. Housing Market

The New York Times ran an article on Sunday talking about how the Chinese invasion of U.S. real estate is only expanding. They aren’t just buying condos in Manhattan or

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Insights From London and Marrakech: Global Real Estate to Pop

High end real estate in London finally seems to be faltering, as is Singapore, Shanghai, New York and Miami.

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Here’s How Much Manhattan Fell During the Great Depression

When this next real estate bubble bursts, it will happen on a much more global scale – much more severe than the last one.

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It’s 2008 All Over Again: This Federal Agency Doesn’t Get It

If all of this sounds like the housing agency is driving the mortgage giants down the same path that added to the financial crisis of 2008, that’s because it is.