100. housing problems

May 26, 2009 § Leave a comment

 the Virginia and Maryland suburbs, prices for single-family homes are down to where they were five years ago. In Prince William and Loudoun counties, a flood of foreclosures has pushed prices so low that bargain hunters have flocked there in recent months, helping to boost sales. 

 So The problem is, who own houses? The general shift his been from poor to rich.

via Calculated Risk.

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