Current state of American and global monetary policy suggests mortgage rates won’t spike much.
Worried a machine will take your job? This picture won’t help. But at least it’s funny.
A primer on the two most important home affordability ratios: debt-to-income ratio and price-to-rent ratio
Here are the two tings you must consider when buying a home.
Movie bank heists are clean and low 8 figures. Real bank heists are a fraction of that.
The Economist’s latest analytics show U.S. housing as a sweet spot.
Rates move on MBS trading, and it’s been wild.
Pretty funny seeing this Economist cover when I got home last night. I took and published this same photo when I visited Occupy Wall Street 12 days ago, and I also did a Rage Against The Machine post last week. I’m placing my photo of The Economist’s cover boy below so you can see his
The Economist laid out a plan to save the euro this week, saying that any other alternatives are far worse. Below is a summary of their four-point plan and links to their full stories this week. Both are must-reads. So far Europe has only done #2 of the Economist’s four point plan, as announced last
This Economist photo sums up the mood in Washington well, and the article sums up the debt debate well.