Housing bubble, affordability crisis “pushed the market to a tipping point.”
Extraordinary asset price inflation in all its beauty.
Same phenomenon leading up to the last housing bust?
Even before Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s economy was struggling.
“We need to ask for a policy change; the burden with these losses is too big.”
The winners and losers.
In Chicago, an inconvenient math is setting in.
This is how monetary policies have crushed the value of labor.
Ludicrously high home prices hit end of the employment boom?
As long as local officials strangle housing starts, the mirage of affordability will be pushed further toward the distant horizon.