Monthly Archives: February 2013

New Homes for Sale in London in 2013

London has the distinction of being one of the liveliest cities of the world. It is a hub of activities and hundreds of thousands of people dream of spending their lives in London. As a result, property is scarce in … Continue reading

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5 Things in Store for the Indian Real Estate Market In 2013

2012 was a nightmare for the real estate market in India. With property price dipping, the investors were not keen, but even that did not show any signs of purchase by the buyers. This scenario is likely to change in … Continue reading

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Was Fraud At The Center Of The Financial Crisis?

The world economy crashed in 2008. What caused this crash? I’m watching the PBS Frontline story of January 22, 2013 about why no Wall Street executives went to prison for this. The first sentence says: “Fraud and potential criminal conduct … Continue reading

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FHA Mortgages Rise In Price

Another government housing program has had to reduce its subsidies. The free market has been constantly under attach by government intervention over the past 20 years but reality wins out. FHA mortgages are steadily getting more expensive and private sector … Continue reading

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Housing And Higher Education Bubbles

From Pragertopia: “Prager H1: Dennis talks to Glenn Reynolds, professor of law at U. of Tennessee and founder of Instapundit, one of the most read conservative blogs on the Internet. His new short books for Encounter Broadsides are: The Higher … Continue reading

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