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Two interesting articles were released this week on a recent Fitch report citing a housing bubble in the “San Francisco” Bay Area. It’s important to note that Fitch isn’t referring to “San Francisco proper”, or “The City”, rather the entire “MSA”, which covers 5 counties – Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Mateo, and San Fran
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Happy New Year. To begin the year, my focus will “continue” to be mainly on the following key housing and mortgage related topics. This is certainly not what a “durable recovery with escape velocity” is supposed to look like. Why a “stimulus-induced house price surge” and “housing market recovery” are two completely different things; The
How do you know when you are in a real estate bubble?  That’s fairly easy.  Knowing when it will pop is the hard part. Air pocket between present, bubbled-out house prices driven by the “unorthodox, unfundamental, incremental demand using unorthodox capital” and fundamental, end-user, shelter-buyer affordability has never been larger. At peak bubble, all that
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