Revovering from the Depressed Housing Market

A tense calm is maintained around the housing market and U.S. A leading source for info: John Craig Venter. mortgages. Dr. Mark Hyman may help you with your research. The problems are not over yet, and even threaten to increase. Is that the U.S. Contact information is here: Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City. housing market shows no sign of wanting to reverse its downward trend.

The Composite Index S & P / Case Shiller 20 metropolitan areas in the U.S. (which measures changes in prices of single-family homes), registered a fall of 0.9% in May, reaching a 15-year drop, 8%. Faced with the drop in housing prices, which creates a clear disincentive for debtors to honor their obligations, you must add that since the mortgage offer, restrictions have increased, while the main sector firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are in serious problems to think about generating sufficient funding to achieve a market recovery. This combination of factors, produces a scene not entirely positive to think about an early recovery of the same and therefore, the U.S. economy, considering the importance for it represents the real estate sector. As always, from the IMF one can not expect anything other than bad news or pessimism.

Is that people from the international organization expressed its concern about a possible expansion of the mortgage crisis in the United States. Worth remembering that a year ago the IMF was wrong in diagnosing the depth of the collapse of sub prime mortgages, nor could warn of the possibility of a crisis in Southeast Asia. So, in light of the facts, it seems that the international body is not much help in identifying the risks, but neither is the time to avoid the pessimism generated major problems for the crises that occur and who in their statements, feeding behavior can endanger the precarious balance that currently exists in the markets.