Tuesday, July 20, 2010

No relief is in sight for the U.S. housing market

It is clear that the U.S. housing supply was too big to be affected much by the tax credit for buyers, and for that reason, a bleak future awaits the market, according
to The Economist. "A durable solution to the crisis in housing needed to involve an answer to the epidemic of negative equity and a meaningful labour market recovery," The Economist notes. "America has neither."
The Economist
I'm concerned my outlook for further house price declines may be too conservative

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