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  • [Article] Post-Crash Reality: From Houses as Assets to Houses as Utilitarian Goods

    [Article] Post-Crash Reality: From Houses as Assets to Houses as Utilitarian Goods

    Much has changed in America’s housing recently. Yet the most dramatic shift may be the market’s move away from the realm of speculative investment, and back to a place to call home. It’s likely that you (or someone you know) understand this from first-hand experience. No surprise there; EWI has been predicting the shift for over a decade. Now, friend of the Institute Peter Atwater takes a fresh look at these connections. One of the most practical reasons to look at any market through the eyes of its participants is to envision the surprising possibilities for the future.

     
  • [Audio] Up for Sale

    [Audio] Up for Sale

    Using real estate price data from North America, Japan and Holland, Alan Hall reveals a common underlying psychological motivation behind real estate manias. The audio comes with five charts so you can see what Alan is talking about. PDF Download Running Time: 19 min 18 sec

     
  • [Audio] Did Alan Greenspan Fiddle While the Subprime Mortgage Market Burned?

    [Audio] Did Alan Greenspan Fiddle While the Subprime Mortgage Market Burned?

    Residential mortgage foreclosures are skyrocketing. The subprime sector of the market is being particularly hard hit. Even worse, did the artificial demand created by hocus pocus financing inflate the price you paid for your house? Knowledge of Socionomics and the Wave Principle can help keep these types of things from […]