When is the High, What is the low?Toddi Gutner
I’ve just spent several hours reading housing bubble blog entries and comments. It seems there is some general consensus from the American public (if there can actually be one on the world wide web) that the U.S. real estate boom peaked in the last 12-18 months-depending on the market--and the bubble is slowly leaking.
Of course, real estate is local, so it’s not every market in every state, but many of the cities people blog about (read: either live in or want to live in) wrote about some indication of a slide.
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