Monthly Archives: October 2013

Housing “iCovery” driven by Interest rates, Investors, Illusion & near Insanity in DC?

Pointing to a wobbling economy made more vulnerable by political gamesmanship in Washington, today’s Boston.com real estate blog asks, Low interest rates today, tomorrow, forever? “This is big news for home buyers – today’s low interest rates, hovering now at

Posted in Bubble Hour, Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Housing bubble, Housing forecasts, iCovery, In the News, Real Estate Bubble

Bubble Hour using “unconference format” to engage, inform homebuyers

In August, we posted a comment on Boston Bubble asking if “the housing market already entering the beginning of an unsustainable burst?”  Two months later, does this one-two punch validate our perspective and fears? Lawrence Yun’s proclamation that August was

Posted in Bubble Hour, Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Housing bubble, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, Social funding, Talking offer, Timing the market, Unconference

Will “Last Hurrah” cause homebuyers to be “Haunted by the Housing Market?”

  In 2002, there were early indications of a housing bubble so the Real Estate Cafe prepared the slide show above —Haunted by the Housing Market — to document why we believed housing had reached a tipping point.  Seems some heavy

Posted in Bubble Hour, Buyer agent, Defensive Homebuying, Housing bubble, Housing forecasts, Luxury buyer agent, Million Dollar Markdowns, Price trends, Savings & Rebates, Seasonality
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