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Category Archives: homeownership

Cost Of Housing Has Soared So High Americans Are Sliding Into Poverty

Housing prices in the United States continue to rise at unprecedented rates, forcing many into poverty. This worsening epidemic is explained well in a video by The Money GPS and it’s been engineered this way. As nations increase taxes and regulations, the price of complying also goes up. Many of these hikes are passed onto to […]

Fewer Than Ever Can Afford to Buy a Home As America’s “Thriving Middle Class” Is Dead

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at his Economic Collapse blog. Editor’s Comment: The cost of living is rising daily, while wages are stagnant. As SHTF has covered before, the problems are compounding. Wall Street and corporate interests have bought up the market with their cheap QE3 money, and many have […]

Are renters of today worse off than their parents? Examining rental and household income growth going back to 1960.

doctorhousingbubble.com / July 1st, 2016 The rental revolution continues unabated in this country.  While everyone is now trying to be on the home buying train, sales figures don’t really reflect a major shift.  Desires don’t always coincide with what the market is doing.  Prices are largely being driven by tight inventory, investors, and low interest rates.  […]

The Lost Home Owner: “Soaring House Prices And Lack of Decently Paid Jobs” Affect Young

If it seems like the youngest generation of adults are missing out on starting their lives, and becoming real grown-ups… it might be because they are. And despite what you might be thinking, it’s not just a case of fixation on vapid social media, cultural decline or laziness among millenials that is to blame. There […]

The Great Middle Class Extinction: “95% of New Homes Built for Rich or Poor”

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times all over again. “Since 2000, 95 percent of new households in King County have been either rich or poor. A mere 5 percent could be considered middle income.” That is a statistic reportedly true of Seattle – the heart of King County in […]

This Housing Chart Destroys The Arguments Of The Economic Optimists

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Did you know that the rate of homeownership in the United States has fallen to a 20 year low?  Did you know that it has been falling consistently for an entire decade?  For the past […]

24 Reasons Why Millennials Are Screaming Mad About Our Unfair Economy

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Do you want to know why Millennials seem so angry?  We promised them that if they worked hard, stayed out of trouble and got good grades that they would be able to achieve the “American […]

19 Very Surprising Facts About The Messed Up State Of The U.S. Economy

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Barack Obama and the Federal Reserve are lying to you.  The “economic recovery” that we all keep hearing about is mostly just a mirage.  The percentage of Americans that are employed has barely budged since […]

30 stats to show to anyone that does not believe the middle class is being destroyed

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. The 30 statistics that you are about to read prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.  Once upon a time, the United States had the […]

21/2/2014: Homeownership, Negative Equity, Entrepreneurship: Data from France

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. trueeconomics.blogspot.com / Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / Friday, February 21, 2014 Over recent years I wrote extensively about the issues of negative equity and the costs of this phenomena to the society and economy at large. Much of the research in […]