Just In: The Latest Housing Data From CoreLogic

| March 1, 2012

Housing Tid Bits….. The latest quarterly report out of CoreLogic is full of insights about the state of U.S. housing. Key among them is that “negative equity and near-negative equity mortgages accounted for 27.8 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage nationwide in the fourth quarter, up from 27.1 in the previous quarter. Nationally, the total […]

U.S. Debt In Terms Of GDP (Gross Domestic Product)

| February 15, 2012

So…. for Americans to get debt levels back to the happier times of 2002-03 levels, we’ll need about a 21% debt drop from the peak and a 17% drop from right where we are now.  Back to 2000 will take longer. We’re talking  many years for this to unwind.  www.frontlinethoughts.com

Listen Up Class, We Have More On Housing And It’s ‘Worth’ Your Attention, Pun Intended

| January 28, 2012

According to Freddie Mac, while the value of all housing is down 30%, and home equity is down 55%, we see that mortgage debt owed is only down a minestrone 3%. Bottom line, the U.S. housing market is back to the Armageddon high debt-to-equity ratio that was only ever seen during the Q1 2009 economic wipe out, and even worse, we […]

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