A Home Is Quite A ShelterChristopher Farrell
In the 1970s, home values soared along with inflation. Hard assets almost always do well in inflationary times. In A Piece of the Action: How the Middle Class Joined the Money Class, author Joseph Nocera describes how "it became nearly impossible to go to a dinner party and not wind up spending half the night discussing real estate prices."
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