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Category Archives: Housing Market

In California, Home Sales Are Plunging Like It Is 2008 All Over Again

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. What goes up must eventually come down.  For years, the California housing market was on the cutting edge of “Housing Bubble 2” as we witnessed home prices in the state soar to absolutely absurd levels.  […]

SHTFplan: The Weighted Average Cost Of Capital

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Adam Taggart at Peak Prosperity This is a re-visitation of a report I wrote back in late 2016, predicting the imminent end of zero-bound interest rates and warning of the downward pressure that rising rates, mathematically, must place on today’s elevated asset […]

SHTFplan: Worst Job Growth In A Year – Way Below Expectations

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse We just got more evidence that the U.S. economy is starting to slow down. The U.S. economy must produce somewhere around 200,000 jobs a month just to keep up with population growth, and last month […]

SHTFplan: Evidence The Housing Bubble Is Bursting?: “Home Sellers Are Slashing Prices At The Highest Rate In At Least Eight Years”

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse The housing market indicated that a crisis was coming in 2008. Is the same thing happening once again in 2018?  For several years, the housing market has been one of the bright spots for the […]

Evidence The Housing Bubble Is Bursting?: “Home Sellers Are Slashing Prices At The Highest Rate In At Least Eight Years”

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. The housing market indicated that a crisis was coming in 2008.  Is the same thing happening once again in 2018?  For several years, the housing market has been one of the bright spots for the […]

Trouble Ahead For The Housing Market

This report was originally published by Adam Taggart at PeakProsperity.com Our good friend John Rubino over at DollarCollapse.com just released an analysis titled US Housing Bubble Enters Stage Two: Suddenly Motivated Sellers. He reminds us that housing bubbles follow a predictable progression: Stage One: Mania — Prices rise at an accelerating rate as factors like excess central […]

Stagflationary Crisis: Understanding The Cause Of America’s Ongoing Collapse

This report was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com It is at times frustrating, but also interesting, to witness the progression of the mainstream’s awareness of economic crisis within the U.S. over the years. As an alternative economist, I have had the “privilege” of perching outside the financial narrative and observing our economy from […]

Bitcoin Plummets Below $14,000; Peter Schiff Says ‘Mark It Zero’

Update: 1005ET: The carnage across cyrptocurrencies has escalated with Bitcoin back to a $13K handle, Ethereum back below $700, and Bitcoin Cash below $2,600… Bitcoin is now almost $6,000 off its record high… For those who are keeping track… $0000 – $1000: 1789 days $1000- $2000: 1271 days $2000- $3000: 23 days $3000- $4000: 62 […]

What Bubble? Silicon Valley Homes Going For Nearly $2 Million Over Asking Price

If you’re still holding out hope that the following chart is anything but another massive housing bubble in the making then you should probably ignore the disturbing evidence to the contrary that we’re about to present below… Back in 2005/2006, one of the key signs that housing markets across the country were overheating was the […]

What Will the Tax Bill Do to the Housing Market?

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Dec 20, 2017  The enormity of this change has not been fully appreciated just yet. The tax bill now becoming law will impact the housing market in a big way via four mechanisms that gut the government’s subsidies of homeownership: Nearly doubling the standard deduction (but wait…) Lowering the cap on the mortgage […]