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Home Values? Perception vs Reality

Home Values? Perception vs Reality

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A quick look at the real estate crash numbers and it is hard to believe that home values can go lower.
A quick look at the real estate crash numbers and it is hard to believe that home values can go lower.

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9/09/09 3:13 PMhttp://www.thedeflationtimes.com | Home Values? Perception vs RealityPage 1 of 6http://www.thedeflationtimes.com/2009/08/26/home-values-perception-vs-reality/
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Home Values? Perception vs Reality
A quick look at the real estate crash numbers and it is hard to believe that home values can go lower.If over the past year "83% of U.S. homes declined in value" then there is only 17 more points left to goto reach the mark of '100% of U.S. homes declined in value.' A chart fromZillow’s Q2 Real EstateMarket Reportspaints the current picture:Can home values continue to fall?The perception is that in the next six months home values will not continue to decline, as shown inZillow's Home Value Misconception Index chart:
 
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The reality is that home values will continue their decent down the deflation path as fiscal conservatismcontinues to penetrate all aspects of American society. And with more bad news coming down thepipeline, such as the next scandal, that of Fannie Mae's "$5.4 trillion in taxpayer liabilities" that remainoff-balance-sheet, just likeEnron and Citigroup had done before, the perception that the decline of homevalues will stop will be shattered.ShareThisPosted by Mary Filed inThe Economy|EditCreated: August 26th, 2009
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