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Most Angelinos struggle with monthly budget expenses: 57 percent of Angelinos don’t even make enough to have an adequate standard of living based on a recent EPI report.

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / April 13th, 2015

There have been a few reports highlighting that the LA/OC housing market is the least affordable in the nation. A more recent analysis by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) found that 57 percent of Angelinos fall below a basic budget presented. We’ll show the budget shortly […]

Why the American Dream is Becoming an Illusion

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / April 10, 2015

First-time homebuyers, the bedrock of a healthy sustainable housing market, are still largely missing in action. In February, they accounted for 29% of all homebuyers. But in the long-term data going back to 1981, according to the NAR, first-time buyers accounted for 40% of all purchases. […]

Broke? You May Now Be Entitled To a Free Home

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 03/30/2015 11:30

It’s been seven years since the epic collapse of the US housing market, and there’s never been a better time to buy your first home. In Denmark for instance, the bank will tax depositors in order to pay you to take out a home loan. But before […]

Now What in America’s Mucked Up Housing Market?

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • March 26, 2015

The US housing market has become a special creature. The government subsidizes it in a myriad ways, and more than ever. The Fed has repressed interest rates to ludicrous levels. This has given Wall Street a great opportunity to borrow hundreds of billions of dollars […]

Housing Stocks Tumbling Already

investmentresearchdynamics.com / By Dave Kranzler / March 25, 2015

Just so you are not hearing the bear side of the housing market story from me, Seeking Alpha published an article today from another analyst who is seeing the same fundamental problems with the housing market as me: The Housing Market Looks Like A Short.

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Euro in Past Bear Markets

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / March 24, 2015

This Great Graphic was composed on Bloomberg. It is a monthly bar chart of the real and theoretical euro prior to the launch of monetary union. The euro is in its third major bear market since the end of Bretton Woods. The first bear market […]

What Home Sellers Know That Economists Don’t

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider • March 24, 2015

There really isn’t much to say about the housing market in the US right now except that economists clearly don’t know what to do with it. Having signed up wholeheartedly for the “booming” economy, or at least the narrative thereof, flagging sales in both […]

How Cold Was It This Winter? So Cold That New Home Sales Hit A 7 Year Record!

New House Sales

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Lee Adler • March 24, 2015

Do you know how cold it was up north this year?

How cold was it?

It was so cold up north this year that old people like me bought houses in Florida.

The headlines said that new home sales boomed.

U.S. New […]

Underwater Homeowners “Here To Stay” Zillow Says

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 03/20/2015 09:16 -0400

A few weeks back we commented on the rather disturbing news that repeat foreclosures jumped in January:

According to Black Knight Financial, both new and repeat foreclosures hit a 12-month high during the first month of the year with repeats (i.e. the borrower was rescued but […]

California Rental Armageddon: Nearly half of Los Angeles adults doubling up, working class moving out, or you have the option of simply living in poverty.

doctorhousingbubble.com / March 1st, 2015 / Dr. Housing Bubble

California like the rest of nation has gained a large number of rental households. Many of these households were formed from the ashes of the 1 million completed foreclosures. Over the last ten years the nation has lost 1 million net homeowner households and has gained […]

Pitching tiny homes to aspiring hipsters: Glassell Park and 869 square feet of HGTV renovations. When the down payment becomes an issue.

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / February 11th, 2015

There was another article showing that the LA/OC metro area is the most unaffordable housing market based on incomes of those living in the area. People point to rising prices or rents as somehow a condition of economic resurgence but all it means is that more […]

The Canadian housing market will implode in dramatic fashion: 5 charts highlighting the inevitable pop to Canada’s real estate boom.

mybudget360.com / by mybudget360 / February 10, 2015

The Canadian housing market is deep into bubble territory. We all know that bubbles can go on for longer than most people think. But with the crash in oil prices and people fully believing their own hype, the market is setup for a big fall from grace. […]

The Canadian housing market – in charts

wallstreetexaminer.com / by $hane Obata, Sober Look • February 9, 2015

1) Canada’s housing market is 63% overvalued relative to its historical average…

2) Home prices in Vancouver are more expensive than they are in Sydney, London, and New York…

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The Housing Market And QE4

investmentresearchdynamics.com / David Kranzler / February 5, 2015

A couple readers have expressed fear over another round of QE having the affect of juicing the housing market even higher (or at least the homebuilder stocks). The fact is, QE1-3 didn’t directly create the housing bubble 2.0. The massive transfer of foreclosed, defaulted and distressed inventory […]

Stuck in the housing middle with you: Americans moving less and inventory near record lows.

doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / February 1st, 2015

One of the dirty perceptions put out there is that home buyers stay put in their homes for many decades counting their days until the mortgage burning party arrives. The real estate pitch is always built around longevity. Think about your future kids, dogs, and the […]

The American Dream Dissipates at Record Pace

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / January 30, 2015

The housing market has been healed by the Fed’s bold actions, we’re told incessantly. We’re also told that the Fed is still keeping an eye on it because it might not be healed enough. Prices have soared over the last three years, and in some cities, […]

Housing Recovery: Thin Ice

teapartyeconomist.com / By Mark Hanson / January 27, 2015

This “housing recovery” has not been about demand, rather house-price super-inflation, which is suspect as price is a “lagging” indicator to demand.

Existing Home demand has been extremely weak since mid-2013, when rates popped and the unorthodox demand began to dry up. “End-user” Existing home […]

The search for the smallest home in Los Angeles currently for sale: 3 properties in various parts of L.A. Washington Mutual sins still relevant in 2015.

doctorhousingbubble.com / by Dr. Housing Bubble / January 22, 2015

Whenever the mainstream press talks about the housing market they rarely provide pictures of the crap that is selling. They speak in overall glossy trends with flowery language but fail to put a picture to what is actually selling in the market. The rent is […]

The Dead Mortgage Cat Bounce Is Over

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 01/14/2015 11:42

While earlier today the MBA came out with some absolutely ridiculous numbers namely that there was a 49.1% surge in mortgage applications in the week ended January 9, this was, as Stone McCarthy reported, due largely to seasonals. To wit: “The MBA’s broad mortgage application index […]

Running Out of Bricks

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / January 5, 2015

A Warning Sign for the UK Housing Market

The UK real estate boom has largely recovered from the brief hick-up in 2008-2009, whereby the biggest price increases were as usual seen in London and the counties in London’s immediate neighborhood. As a result, prices have not yet […]