More on the obvious bubble in China’s commercial real estate sector.
Gretchen Morgenson on the pure evil that exists in the nexus between private equity and affordable housing.
More evidence of a bubble in Chinese Real Estate. Luckily, our own banks aren’t in any condition to be piling in…yet.
New Home Sales for December 2009. Not Safe For Work.
The $5.4 billion purchase of New York City’s last affordable neighborhood just went bust. An amazing story that is a metaphor for the real estate boom and bust cycle writ large.
Of course China has a real estate bubble, so let’s skip the foreplay and get to the heart of the matter: What will it mean for investors?
Believe it or not, this one’s from Season 2 of the Simpsons back in the early 90’s. If only these words were heeded in, say, 2005. Source: Bart’s Blackboard
Are our artificially low interest rates fueling bubbles elsewhere?
Only in America, circa 2009. This ad from Clayton Homes is actually running on the Columbia Daily Herald‘s website right now:
Yes, I watch Curb Your Enthusiasm, Family Guy, The Office and 30 Rock, and yes, they’re all funny. But they don’t make me laugh out loud or force me to pause and rewind the way It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia does. Sunny is the funniest show on tv, end of story. It airs on the…