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AX10 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-28-06 06:55 PM
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6. That is a massive increase.
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  -Unbelievable graphic on housing prices n2doc  Aug-28-06 06:30 PM   #0 
  - It's going to be a very painful next few years...  marmar   Aug-28-06 06:31 PM   #1 
  - article link  bananas   Aug-28-06 07:33 PM   #15 
  - It's been painful the last 5 years. The next few should be better...  joeunderdog   Aug-28-06 07:48 PM   #23 
  - The growth of suburbia and the loss of liberalism  Perky   Aug-28-06 07:55 PM   #24 
  - "when theres blood on the streets buy property."  sweetheart   Aug-28-06 06:33 PM   #2 
  - i just saw Inside Man the other day  ComerPerro   Aug-28-06 11:34 PM   #33 
  - I do have a question, though  n2doc   Aug-28-06 06:39 PM   #3 
  - Good point - Hasn't the dollar dropped 30% to 40% over the last 5 years?  Nabia2004   Aug-28-06 07:36 PM   #21 
  - They probably will drop 50%...  high density   Aug-28-06 06:43 PM   #4 
  - All those 100% and 125% mortgages...  Juniperx   Aug-28-06 06:50 PM   #5 
  - What makes you say that the banks will get their $$ back?  greyhound1966   Aug-28-06 07:06 PM   #8 
  - not sure what will happen  CelticWinter   Aug-28-06 07:19 PM   #9 
  - I was just wondering because in my case the holder of the first is going  greyhound1966   Aug-28-06 07:32 PM   #14 
  - Yes... sad but true  Juniperx   Aug-28-06 07:36 PM   #19 
  - Evil stuff, isn't it  Julius Civitatus   Aug-30-06 08:40 AM   #48 
  - How many people will be able to file bankruptcy under the new laws?  Juniperx   Aug-28-06 07:35 PM   #16 
     - As more and more people find themselves in the same position I am in  greyhound1966   Aug-28-06 07:56 PM   #25 
     - The new bankruptcy laws will destroy the middle class  Julius Civitatus   Aug-29-06 10:33 PM   #45 
  - The banks already have their money.  skids   Aug-28-06 07:25 PM   #12 
  - That is a massive increase.  AX10   Aug-28-06 06:55 PM   #6 
  - How do we get from that 200 level  yellerpup   Aug-28-06 06:57 PM   #7 
  - My parents CA home was $25,000  sandnsea   Aug-28-06 07:22 PM   #10 
  - It's not saying that the average price is $100,000 over time.  1932   Aug-28-06 11:25 PM   #29 
     - And $25,000 being a quarter of that  sandnsea   Aug-29-06 12:30 AM   #34 
        - ADJUST FOR INFLATION  Leopolds Ghost   Aug-29-06 01:25 AM   #36 
           - It says it's inflation adjusted  sandnsea   Aug-29-06 01:39 AM   #38 
              - Yes, the graph adjusts for inflation. You're not adjusting for inflation  1932   Aug-29-06 10:21 PM   #42 
                 - Oh I see  sandnsea   Aug-30-06 03:50 AM   #47 
  - Graph is completely meaningless without factoring in  Poppyseedman   Aug-28-06 07:23 PM   #11 
  - It takes into consideration the new home on the resale, but not the  1932   Aug-28-06 11:30 PM   #30 
  - I actually see the reverse  sandnsea   Aug-29-06 12:33 AM   #35 
  - Foreclosures, foreclosures, foreclosures...........  Historic NY   Aug-28-06 07:30 PM   #13 
  - The RE industry is propping up the prices as much as they can,  greyhound1966   Aug-28-06 07:35 PM   #17 
  - It will happen at the end of the year  slackmaster   Aug-28-06 07:36 PM   #20 
  - This qualifies as a "gee-whiz" graph because bottom of scale is truncated  slackmaster   Aug-28-06 07:35 PM   #18 
  - Eh, what are you talking about?  jpgray   Aug-28-06 07:39 PM   #22 
  - Comforted? Certainly not.  slackmaster   Aug-28-06 11:17 PM   #28 
     - But you'd never pay $0 for a house.  1932   Aug-28-06 11:32 PM   #31 
        - The scale is percentage of an index, not actual dollars  slackmaster   Aug-29-06 10:25 AM   #39 
  - Quality of Construction  Leopolds Ghost   Aug-29-06 01:37 AM   #37 
     - Houses from 1890 are still standing.  Dora   Aug-29-06 10:33 AM   #40 
        - I like em' old  Dunedain   Aug-29-06 11:34 PM   #46 
  - It would also be interesting to juxtapose population growth with this  kineta   Aug-28-06 07:59 PM   #26 
  - and the increase in the supply of homes, but that would probably make  1932   Aug-29-06 10:23 PM   #43 
  - It's possible that housing-prices will fall  necso   Aug-28-06 08:19 PM   #27 
  - Good post!  Lithos   Aug-28-06 11:34 PM   #32 
  - Bubble? What bubble??  JNelson6563   Aug-29-06 11:02 AM   #41 
  - The SLIDING DOWN from that spike is going to be PAINFUL  Julius Civitatus   Aug-29-06 10:28 PM   #44 
 

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