Thursday, May 26th, 2016

The Glacial Housing Shift

By Ron Rowland
10:16 am CDT

The last economic recession was marked by an upheaval in the employment landscape, and the seven years of “recovery” have yet to undo all of the damage that was done. Millions of people still need a job, and millions of others are now earning far less than they previously were. Despite these depressing facts, history is likely to show that the glacial shift in housing may eventually become the distinguishing feature of the Great Recession.


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