Thursday, August 5, 2010


foreclosures and other events caused home values to plummet:click

Economic problems from foreclosures:click

Federal reserve and foreclosures:click

Florida foreclosures the bigger they are:click

get the lead out, new rules concerning homes built before 1978. click

Drywall litigation heats up:click

1 comment:

140 dollars per sq foot said...

I ran across this interesting little tidbit, while browsing the NPR link.

"August 10, 2010

When Federal Reserve officials meet, the discussion usually focuses on inflation and how to restrain it. But at Tuesday's meeting, the conversation is likely to touch on growing fears of deflation -- a decline in wages and prices. David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal, talks to Steve Inskeep about whether the condition of the economy."

Interesting, since in 2009 everyone seemed to be predicting hyper inflation for 2010, due to government spending, although I have read some articles comparing our meltdown to the one Japan has been undergoing for the past 10-15 years.