Real estate values are a reflection of what is really going on in the economy.


anonymous green 3 years 7 weeks ago

You mean subterfuge, to kill the economy on Obama's watch.

As you work every day for the enemy, what do you think of yourself, Elliott?

Are you proud of the way you lie?

Is it all a big joke to a clown like you?

Kiss my Ass for the constant flow of bullshit you paste here, every worthless day of your idiot life.

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doh1304 3 years 7 weeks ago

In this case I firmly believe you are (backhandedly) right - Housing prices are still catastrophically inflated, and American society is trying desperately to correct the problem.

Interesting question - Who do you worry about more; the 4 million families who were defrauded or coerced by circumstances to try to buy a home they could not afford, or the 40 million families who cannot afford a decent place to live? (pardon, my numbers are purely rhetorical)

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