Welcome to the August 25, 2007 edition of real estate and mortgage investment.
Tracy Coenen presents Mortgage fraud moving up the priority ladder for prosecutors posted at FRAUDfiles.
Ian Welsh presents Reaping What You Sow: Hedge Fund and Housing Bubble Edition posted at The Agonist, saying, “To understand what’s happening to the US housing and financial markets right now you need to understand the past policy decisions by the Fed and the Bush administration.”
Charles H. Green presents The Deeper Message of Financial Markets’ Volatility posted at Trust Matters, saying, “The short story starts with a classic housing bubble.”
Logan Flatt, CFA presents You Don’t Own Real Estate. Real Estate Owns You. posted at PowerWealth.com, saying, “Many Americans believe that real estate can do no wrong as an asset class upon which they can build wealth. I disagree. Building wealth through real estate depends on your ability to distinguish among the three types of real estate ownership – investment, speculative, and personal. If you don’t know the differences, you may soon discover that you don’t own real estate, real estate owns you.”
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