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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Home sales recover from the Mortgage crisis. Too bad Obama could not figure out basic economics.
    Home sales have been going up for the last 3 years...sigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    Did Trump ever voice displeasure with the previous RE market with it's highest foreclosure percentages in the history of the US? I've never come across a comment on it by him.
    Don't know.

    Perhaps you could research it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    Home sales have been going up for the last 3 years...sigh
    Going up faster now, though.

    That's great news, don't you agree?

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    Home sales are in a bubble. So are stocks, bonds, car loans and student loans.

    This is true regardless of who is and was president. It is an endemic problem related to the Fed and all hands are dirty and all noses will get bloodied when the everything bubble pops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labrea View Post
    Homelessness is also up.
    Thanks Trump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    I understand the other nimrods touting every positive news as a Trump victory...I thought you were sharper than that.
    Stop it. Just stop. You never once have thought any such thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Don't know.

    Perhaps you could research it?
    I already have. Just asking if you have any links to pertinent comments as part of my research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    You seem to be upset that Americas housing market is doing very well.

    Those "rich people" and "foreign investors" are buying homes for less than 250K?

    How much do fancy houses cost in YOUR neighborhood?

    I thought those types lived in big, fancy, expensive houses...
    Why would I be upset that housing market is doing well - it's been doing well for the last 3/4 years. That means my husband's company is doing well. - Even says so in the link you didn't post

    November’s price increase marks the 69th straight month of year-over-year gains.

    250K would be considered a starter home in many areas. If you can actually find something at that price point in many areas.

    The article you didn't bother to link to even says

    As evidenced by a subdued level of first-time buyer
    So again, the housing market is great right now if you have a lot of money - not so much if you don't.

    My husbands company is going to start building some more "affordable" home with a partner in the near future - I think that's a great idea (again in CA) and I suspect because of shortage of such kinds of housing - that it's going to sell out quickly.

    I don't know what the price's of the homes in my neighborhood have to do with the topic btw.

    With a streak of over 69 months of increases, again seems like it's more that MM is benefiting from more for what he was left, rather than what he "created".
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    Quote Originally Posted by trumptman View Post
    Home sales are in a bubble. So are stocks, bonds, car loans and student loans.

    This is true regardless of who is and was president. It is an endemic problem related to the Fed and all hands are dirty and all noses will get bloodied when the everything bubble pops.
    Bubble, cycle, correction... whatever you want to call it.

    There's ALWAYS a bubble about to burst.

    How long till it goes KA-BOOM?

    And how big will the crash be?

    Those are always the questions.

    The so called "experts" were saying it was about to blow since well before Trump won the election.

    It'll happen and no one knows when.

    Next week, next year...?

    The only thing for sure is it's coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    I already have. Just asking if you have any links to pertinent comments as part of my research.
    You first.

    Let's see it.

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