Why Housing Is Going Through a Double Dip – cnbc.com – The sales pace of newly built homes is now at the lowest on record. Sales dropped nearly 17 percent in February after a big drop in January. Put that on top of the nearly 10 percent February drop.
Investors still see relative value in subprime mortgage bonds 10 years after the financial crisis, is the housing market still. – Curbed – A housing surplus contributed to the development of loose lending prior to the crisis.. They sell these bonds to investors-hedge funds, pension funds, Subprime mortgages, or mortgages to people with low credit scores, and unregulated financial instruments made the crisis harder to see coming.