Piketty’s Folly: Wrong on inequality, wronger on homeownership

Gateway Mortgage relocates headquarters in Oklahoma Survey: 70% of lenders believe housing recovery is real 70% believe Government is not doing a sufficient job in easing the housing crisis.. The findings of a nationally representative survey recently conducted by iReach highlight the pessimism of Irish people about the current state of housing and homelessness. The results also demonstrate a lack. · Flintco, an Indian-owned construction firm, is moving its Native American headquarters to Albuquerque, New Mexico.. Flintco established a Native office in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 2009. The move to New Mexico puts the company closer to most of its Indian and tribal clients. About 30 percent of Flintco’s business comes from projects in Indian Country.

 · It isn’t a bad thing that people in different careers, at different points in their careers, with different effort levels and different talents get different pay. It’s how our most scarce resource, our time, gets allocated best. But it gets measured wrong and then hyped for political and economic folly.

Eminent domain remains minor headwind as housing recovers Market questions numbers on Treasury’s HAFA program Piketty’s Folly: Wrong on inequality, wronger on homeownership Fannie Mae sees 2012 home sales up 3.5% to 4.74 million Piketty’s Folly: Wrong on inequality, wronger on homeownership Posted on by Shirley.

Mortgage applications jump 21.7% on refinancing activity Housing likely to contribute to 2013 GDP RFI has averaged 4.7% of GDP over the past 35 years while housing services have averaged 13.3%, for a combined 18% of GDP. These shares tend to vary over the business cycle; RFI and combined housing have grown by 31% and 17%, respectively, as a share of the economy since the end of the Great Recession.U.S. mortgage applications surged to their highest level in four months in the latest week, fueled by soaring demand for home loan refinancing as interest rates plunged, an industry group said on.

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 · The sad truth is that the baby boomers have not paid for their pensions and benefits. This chart – from research carried out in 2004, and cited in the Government’s recent report on intergenerational fairness – shows that everyone born before 1971 will contribute less in tax over their lifetimes than they receive from the state, once things like free education and the NHS are taken into account:

Home prices in Santa Clara County shoot up The east bay real estate market reflects wider bay area market trends, with the housing supply plunging as prices shoot up — to over $2. In addition to Antioch, they were Richmond, San Pablo, El Sobrante and Pittsburg, In Central Contra Costa County, listings dropped 18 percent in Walnut Creek,Mortgage applications rise 11.7% NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. mortgage. index of mortgage applications, which includes both purchase and refinance loans, for the week ended June 12 decreased 15.8 percent to 514.4, the lowest since.

Thomas Piketty: 'Tax the super rich at 80 per cent'! JP Morgan’s Dimon: Prime Mortgages Look "Terrible" JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley Pull Back on Mortgages Paul Jackson is the former publisher and CEO at HousingWire.

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Piketty’s Folly: Wrong on inequality, wronger on homeownership.. Homeownership, as it turns out, is doing a better job at building generational wealth than most anything else. It’s almost as.

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