It’s been about half a decade since the Great Recession, and the economy still has room for improvement. Christopher Whalen argues that the low-interest-rate environment that arguably helped cause the 2008 financial crisis remains in place today.
Back in 2000, the dot-com bubble burst, costing $6.2 trillion in household wealth. Then shortly after, the housing crisis hit, and the value of real estate owned by U.S.
However, the two created very different results.
The housing market will never return to the heyday it experienced before the Great Recession when it was the driving force behind the entire US economy. While that's a disappointment to many, at least one economist calls it "a good thing."
In what was the most competitive awards program to date, HousingWire is proud to recognize the professional accomplishments of 30 women -- spanning every sector of the U.S. housing economy. Read the stories of our 2014 honorees, and be inspired..
If fair housing bluster were an Olympic event, the podium would be crowded with politicians and corporate mouthpieces. The injustice that once provoked marches and protests now evokes photo-ops and press releases. But have things truly changed? Read More
The sweeping CFPB TILA-RESPA integrated disclosures roll-out will affect almost every residential mortgage loan application that is submitted to a creditor on or after this date. Here, industry expert Jerry Halbrook dives into a breakdown of the wide-ranging impact of the new rule. Read More