What Do Rising Prices Have To Do With A Housing Recovery? Nothing.

In the wake of the housing market crash of 2008, those with a direct interest in the housing industry are bound and determined to to create a housing recovery, even if they have to make it up. I have in front of me at this moment, exhibit “A”: A classic example of manufactured “evidence” that […]

A Peek Inside The Real American Economy – Trickle Down And Trickle Up Economics

In all of the media wrangling over the fiscal cliff, the tax increases, phony spending cuts, “trickle down economics” and all the rest, I think the media and the federal government have lost all sense of the realities of day to day life for the typical small business owner.

Widespread Employment Changes May Result In More Problems For Housing Industry

The impact of widespread reductions in the working hours of employees in a large variety of industries would be highly likely to trigger more delinquencies and foreclosures for housing. In the past week and a half since the presidential election confirmed that the Affordable Care Act would be implemented, I’ve personally heard from local employees […]

It’s Time To Think About How Residential Investors Can Reap Obamacare Profits

Now that the election is over, and Obama’s lease on the White House has been renewed for 4 more years, it’s time for residential real estate investors to consider ways that they can benefit from the impact of Obamacare and other government policies.

Unintended Consequences – Could Obamacare Lead To A Shift Away From Home Ownership?

I was at a local big-name grocery store just the other day. As I was checking out, the cashier and I were trading the usual small talk, when she suddenly volunteered the news that every single store employee had been told that their working hours would be cut back from full-time to part-time

Time To Call In The IRS To Stop The Foreclosure Crisis

The government’s attempts to “fix” housing, and stop the foreclosure crisis via various programs have failed miserably. We’ve seen a 7 trillion dollar loss in the value of the U.S. housing market, and trillions more spent for bank bailouts, yet home sales are down and foreclosures continue at record levels.

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