Robert Shiller, Yale economics professor and the co-creator of the influential Case-Shiller Home Price Index, says another housing bubble could be looming.

Airtime: Wed. Jul. 15 2009 | 7:32 AM ET

running time 9:15

Category: Real Estate, Video

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2 Responses to “Housing Troubles and Bubbles”

  1. Novemberrain says:

    Foreclosures have been a major issue of the economic recession that has hit all countries across the world. The Bush administration overlooked the foreclosure issues of the average homeowners which the Obama administration is struggling to tackle with various initiatives.

    I think the situation would deteriorate even further since

    * Massive Job losses
    * There Is No Demand
    * Since May, Mortgage Rates Have Gone Up
    * Too Much Supply
    * Option ARM – The Next Wave of Default
    * Market Psychology

    Recently read an interesting article on a similar premise.
    Has the Housing Market bottomed out as yet

  2. tradeking13 says:

    Have there ever been instances in the past of consecutive bubbles in the same asset class?