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No, This Is Not a Housing Recovery
Anyone who says we are in the midst of a housing recovery is wrong.
Foreclosures on the Rise Again
[Again? Well, clearly this is Bush’s fault too.]
Americans brace for next foreclosure wave
And You Thought the Housing Crisis Was Over!
Home prices post steep decline in November
“Hidden” mortgage fee paying for payroll tax cut
Mortgage deal draws detractors from all sides
“The $25 billion settlement with banks over foreclosure abuses may result in a wave of home seizures, inflicting short-term pain on delinquent U.S. borrowers…”
Fed’s latest stimulus may have little impact on mortgage borrowers
“In only four years since 1963 have annual new-home sales come in below 400,000 units. Barack Obama was president in each one of those years: 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.”
“Home ownership subsidies… In the wake of the  financial crisis… have imposed costs that are large and clear. The benefits of such subsidies are, at best, small and vague.”
How the Federal Housing Administration Hurts Working-Class Families and Communities