The Huffington Post approached me to write blog posts about the housing market periodically. I post weekly or as inspired, not necessarily in that order.

It would be great if you could it within your heart to become a fan (actually select a “become a fan“) and make comments on my HuffPost musings if inspired.

Here’s my first foray into this bit of extracurricular activity called:

Mad “Housing Bottom” Is A Jumbo Problem

In late August of last year, Jim Cramer, a la CNBC Mad Money, predicted the housing market bottom would be reached by the third quarter of 2009. A week later, the prediction was fine-tuned in his widely read magazine article, selecting June 30, 2009 as the official day the housing market would find a bottom…[continue reading]

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One Response to “[HuffPost] Mad “Housing Bottom” Is A Jumbo Problem”

  1. Edd Gillespie says:

    It ain’t over ’till its over. This housing thing is going back to affordable (and not just the income and rents kind of affordable) and it will stay there until we run away to the next economic utopia.