Greenspan's Housing Bottom: Agree or Disagree?

Thursday, August 14, 2008 | 09:00 AM

Last night, we looked at yet another Greenspan housing bottom call.

This morning, the WSJ forum asked the following question:

Do you agree with Alan Greenspan's forecast for house prices to stabilize in the first half of 2009?

Here are the results: About 42% that think the Housing rout is coming to an end soon, versus 58% that believe it has further to go.




32% agree with Greenspan, 10% are more bullish on Housing than Easy Al, and 58% think Housing has longer to go. 


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Nominal prices have a ghost of a chance of stabilizing as inventory starts to clear in the bubble zones, but real prices will fall for several more years.

Posted by: Wisdom-seeker | Aug 14, 2008 9:18:39 AM

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