I’m trying to get a used 25,000 dollar mobile home financed. I am putting 2,000 down. I own two acres completely paid off and I’m putting it up as collateral. My credit score is 685, but the only history I have is from a credit card. I got turned down for a conventional loan because [...]
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Economist are saying that prices will drop another 8% this year and evidently Obama has totally screwed the housing market along with Bawny Fwanks, Chris Dodd, and Franklin Raines wow what a fricking mess these 4 have made out of this nations economy.
At least in certain areas. Like home builders offering perks to sell homes, rather than lower the price. Or the median house price being high because the bulk of home sales is in the high end market when the total number of homes sold has gone way down.
Is this the bottom of the housing market? If not, when do you think the bottom will be reached (give month/year)? This is for the US market only. New Jersey
Presented in July 2010 by Scott Sambucci, VP of Market Analytics with Altos Research. This presentation reviews the state of housing market in 2010 and what to expect through the end of 2010 and into 2011.
Right now it’s complete and total crap, it seems like theirs no possible way it can get any worse. At the same time, people are getting foreclosed on left and right and not alot of people are buying up those houses. On the other hand we may get a president in after Bush is gone [...]
These “Yuppie” Economists talked about how the housing market wasn’t in trouble and how all of the “gloom and doom” people were just overreacting. Now here we are with millions of people in jepoardy of losing their homes over the next year. Too bad that lending companies in this world are only driven by money. [...]
B(L)ANK OF IRELAND – THIS WAY OUT, asks the right questions and stands up to the financial terrorists who are throwing men, women, children and entire families onto the street in the name of profit. Nobody need leave their homes until they ask who they owe money to and why. A copy of Darrell’s book [...]
i think another tax credit($8,000 bucks ) is necessary to improve the housing market but also a reduction for investors in downpayments. see, if anyone wants to purchase an investment property, the person needs to put down 20% in most cases which i think not all investors have that amount of money ( like me). [...]
What do you think is the main problem with the US housing market?