Aug 22 2011

A banking system built on lies and deception – Hiding commercial real estate losses by laundering bad loans through the Federal Reserve. Trillions of dollars in bailouts were made while banks told the public all was well.

Part of the massive challenges facing our brittle financial system is the opaque and secretive nature of the Federal Reserve.  It is difficult enough to confront a challenge with all information present but make it purposely convoluted and dark and we have a crisis of historical proportions.  The recent market volatility is simply a dire […]

Aug 3 2011

The 20 year financial depression in American real estate. Why housing will remain a poor investment well into 2020.

The American housing market is floundering like a fish out of water.  The economy is puttering along as middle class Americans confront a quality of life that is declining.  Household incomes have fallen for well over a decade yet the dialogue from Wall Street and their political partners seems to focus on home prices rising.  […]

Jun 24 2011

The desert heat melts Arizona home prices – Phoenix home prices now back to late 1990s levels while state tax collection drop to 1998 levels. The second lost decade in the desert.

The real estate crash is much deeper than the media is making it out to be.  Entire life savings are being wiped out in markets that are tanking like the Titanic.  What is troubling is that some markets are having depression like symptoms with home prices falling 50, 60, and even 70 percent in a […]

Jun 12 2011

Stealing from Americans via strip malls and raw land – Commercial real estate reaches a new post-bubble low. A lost decade in commercial real estate values.

The commercial real estate (CRE) bubble is popping with dire consequences.  It is not uncommon for people to be in the complete dark when it comes to CRE.  Just ask a friend or family member what they know about the CRE market.  The mainstream media has absolutely failed to report on this $3 trillion market […]

May 23 2011

Day of reckoning for commercial real estate in 2012 – largest amount of loans maturing next year as $150 billion in CRE debt comes due. Federal Reserve running out of options in hiding financially disastrous real estate loans.

The Federal Reserve has tried its best to hide the secrets of past banking blunders deep in its balance sheet.  Commercial real estate (CRE) loans made in haste during the real estate bubble are part of this national disgrace in banking folly.  As the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury digitally print the dollar into oblivion […]

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