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  1. excellent links – thanks!

    I found the riskest US housing markets article to be pretty fluffy – leave it to forbes.

    Risky for who? Lenders?

  2. Forbes is obsessed with Miami. They had nothing positive to say during the boom. Now they’re ramming us left and right.

  3. Brad

    How does Forbes measure “vacancy” at 3.8% in Miami? Does that mean 3.8% of homes are for sale and/or unoccupied? It dont think its referring to vacancy in terms of the typical apartment vacancy measurements.

    • salve,sono anche io un investitore di due unite0 , seguo il vs blog da poco e sono asettulamsnoe d’accordo sull’unione di tutti verso un unico scopo ed un unico e SERIO professionista che si prenda a cuore il caso e visto mai .risolverlo !!!Mi sono documentato sull’iter da seguire ed oltre a pensare alla possibilite0 di colpire possibili responsabili in Italia o quant’altro , le priorite0 ,conseguite nei vari consulti, sono a totale conferma di tutti, dirette principalmente alla ricerca lasciata dalla traccia dei soldi nelle banche unitamente al riconoscimento dei documenti tramite polizia locale.Questa intanto dovrebbe essere la base di partenza per i seguiti legali di varie nature ci sarebbe sempre tempo ma se si parla ancora tanto per accordarci senza intraprendere ancora un azione minima di base ..!?!?!!!Poi sento parlare tanto di questi Inglesi ..ma ci potreste fornire di un indirizzo dove poter vedere di quel che asserite ??grazie e tenetemi presente nel gruppo .

  4. In the “crunching the numbers” portion they didn’t elaborate on their reference for the vacancy rates except to say that they were factored in. If I had to guess, I would assume, as you have, that they are referring to units that are listed but unoccupied. Outside of vacancy rates and the ARMs, the high cost of insurance, I think, was the tipping point for us. The carrying cost of homes here is much higher because of the high cost of insurance and that’s one thing that separates Florida from other markets. Still, as Matt said in the interview, if the hurricane season goes by without a problem, he wouldn’t be surprised by a strong recovery in Miami.

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