Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Bad News Bears

Check out this sampler of the news that's out's all bad:

Has the Las Vegas high-rise boom gone bust?

Trade deficit, housing prices worry Comerica economist

Colorado near the top in property foreclosure rate

Appreciation stagnates in many markets

Ameriquest admits pressuring appraisers to inflate values of borrowers' houses

Buying a home on 50 Year Loan Plan?

Condo investments - how to lose a lot of money very quickly

Experts can see clouds forming over home sales

Housing still on bubble — be patient

Foreclosure sixfold increase seen in decade: Sherriff Sales

The Myth of the Housing Shortage

Recent Home Buyers 25% Underwater Overnight

Mortgage default rate shooting up

December home sales slowed, median price fell in Bay Area

Downtown Boston condo sales fall

Home investors, flippers may fade away

Signs Point to Drop in Home Values


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