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Freddie Mac Muppet

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Lol - V.I. in States trawling out same argument as over here - longest time to sell a house since 1996, more houses on market than anytime for last 10 years but no, this isn't a slowdown, it's a buying opportunity

bloomberg are pretty good as far as economic reporting are concerned.

I saw a couple of analysts on there today and to be hones I agree with them.The housing market is having a soft landing.

...BUT...here's the BIG BUT......these guys were not looking ahead 6 or 12 months,they were just stating the present market.

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I agree about Bloomberg and the interviewer specifically raised the points about the 4 and a half months of inventories and the size of the inventory. It was the bare-faced denial by the Freddie Mac exec. that these were in any way a reflection of the market that left me in despair.

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