Thursday, January 25, 2007

Of Bubbles Past

It looks like that post I made back in September of 2005 has been making the rounds... the one chronicling news headlines from the last real estate bubble for comparison to the current one. Cool. Anyway, I thought I'd post it again since there may be new readers who would appreciate it.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Speculative Bubble said...

That was a good post well done!

Jan 26, 2007, 6:15:00 PM  
Blogger JumpHigher said...

I recently saw an ad which talks about Gamsha Bay, a 320 million Sq. ft. of leisure along the red sea, which makes it the regions largest leisure destination. It is being developed by Damac Properties, who are the largest private master developers in the Middle East. Is this a good option for property investment in the Middle East?

Nov 5, 2007, 9:07:00 PM  

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