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What does $500,000 buy you in Southern California real estate? A look at Culver City, Pasadena, and Riverside.

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / 9 Apr, 2014

We have a large readership from California but also many others that simply enjoy peeking into the mania that is SoCal real estate. It must appear to an outsider that all Californians ever think about is buying, selling, and flipping real estate. During certain periods of [...]

Hot Air Hisses Out Of Housing Bubble 2.0: Even Two Middle-Class Incomes Aren’t Enough Anymore To Buy A Median Home

testosteronepit.com / By Wolf Richter / APRIL 7, 2014 AT 1:36AM

As home prices have soared in cities around the country, sales have cratered. The weather has been blamed, though the weather has been gorgeous in California where sales have crashed too, even in temporary boom town San Francisco. The “lack of inventory” and other [...]

Pending Home Sales See Biggest Collapse Since May 2010: Weather, Affordability Blamed

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/30/2014 10:09 -0500

Pending Home Sales collapsed 8.7% month-over-month – the worst since May 2010 – missing by the most in over 3 years. This is a 6.1% drop YoY. Of course, analysts coul dnever have guessed that weather could have an impact (and ths reduce [...]

Cash investors altering psychology of real estate market: Can the regular home buyer compete with the big money from Wall Street?

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / 20 Jan, 2014

Investor buying has pushed the real estate market into uncharted territory. Starting in 2008 after the crash in home values, investors at first stepped in slowly and now they represent a dramatic share of all home purchases. This may not matter to some in most states [...]

Failure to launch generation: Why household formation for younger Americans continues to lag while home prices soar. 46 percent of younger Americans living with older family members.

doctorhousingbubble.com / By Dr. Housing Bubble / 7 Jan, 2014

Many are giddy about the rise in home prices. Yet gains in home prices with no subsequent gain in income are merely a repeat of the previous bubble with a different tune. In the last bubble, the memory has seemed to faded, the impetus for [...]

Case Shiller Index Rises At Fastest Annual Pace Since 2006; Detroit Home Prices Soaring 17.3%

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/31/2013 09:28 -0500

Moments ago the October Case Shiller home price index was released which came largely as expected: the seasonally adjusted number rose by 1.05% in the month, which despite the collapse in mortgage applications, shows that cash still rules everything, as average home prices across the Composite [...]

Next Shoe To Drop In Broke California’s Lopsided ‘Recovery’

testosteronepit.com / Wolf Richter / SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2013 AT 12:19AM

If you come to San Francisco or Silicon Valley and look around, you’d arrive at the conclusion that California is booming, that companies jump through hoops to hire people, that they douse them with money, stock options, and free lunches. You’d see engineers spend [...]

The slowing down SoCal housing market: Sales drop 10 percent year-over-year and investors begin to pullback.

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / 17 Dec, 2013

The year ends on a similar note to how it began. Low inventory seems to be the name of the game once again. The market has definitely softened here in Southern California. The latest figures reflect a shift from the blistering hot first half of the [...]

More BLS Lies, Coming Right Up

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / December 5th, 2013

I feel like it’s been a lifetime since I first wrote of how U.S. economic data is at best inaccurate, and at worst, flat out fiction. The genesis of this fraud dates back decades; specifically, when the CPI inflation index was “rejiggered” in [...]

The Last Gasp Before Hyperinflation – Are We There Yet?

silver-coin-investor.com / By Dr. Jeffrey Lewis / Nov 21, 2013

Among the alternative financial press (the so-called bloggers of finance) there is a renewed buzz regarding a slowly unfolding crisis. Many believe we are near an inflection point.

The fear is certainly justified. Money or credit creation is now exponential. The US Federal Reserve [...]

QE Is Hazardous to Your Retirement

deviantinvestor.com / By GE Christenson / November 25th, 2013

A mid 60s woman was chatting with two friends at a Starbucks. I overheard the conversation. It went something like this…

“When my husband and I retired, our financial advisor said we had enough money to last until we were both 95 years old. Now [...]

Today’s Only Numbers That Matter: 1800, 16000 And 4000

zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / 11/18/2013 07:05 -0500

The only numbers that matter today are 16000, 4000 and 1800: those are the Fed’s closing targets for the Dow Jones, the Nasdaq and the S&P. Following last night’s Chinese euphoria which saw the Shanghai Composite surge by 2.87%, or up 61.4 to just under 2,200 [...]