Housing May Be Stable, but Not in ‘Full-Blown Recovery’: Ritholtz

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2 Responses to “Housing: Stable, Not in ‘Full-Blown Recovery’”

  1. Chief Tomahawk says:

    “Change the channel and get up from the couch” LOL!

  2. dsawy says:

    I think there’s also some demographic trends of the boomer retirement and down-sizing that are going to start factoring into housing. With yields on ‘safer’ retirement investments being so low, there’s going to start being a lot of people who have to reduce their burn rate to shoehorn their retirement into the cash flow afforded by the current environment.