Friday, October 06, 2006

best ever! / multimedia flashback! / must see.

genial. eine compilation der besten auftritte aus den jahren 2002 bis 2006.

mit allen legendären zitaten "housing is a baloon", "builders won´t overbuild", "there is no bubble", "arms are a sreeming buy (at historic lows)!!!!"etc.

compare the quotes to the date!/vergleicht die zitate mit dem austrahlungsdatum!

dank geht an keith von http://housingpanic.blogspot.com/

und natürlich den genialen machern paperdinero.

make sure you see this fantastic compilation!
ansehen sehr zu empfehlen!

"bubble trouble in boston"http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=22
Originally aired in January of 2003, realtor David Drinkwater shows correspondent Paul Solman from The News Hour around the Boston home market. Drinkwater cites some of the typical factors contributing to the run-up such as building restrictions, boomer demographics, etc contributed to the healthy real estate market. Program shows some old absurd footage of Japan from the 80’s. Additionally includes footage from the 1992 housing bust. Also, Includes Interviews with Dean Baker, and Karl Case. Originally aired on: 1
/3/2003 on News HourRunning Time: 10 minutes 43 seconds (sehr gutes beispiel wo auch der bust 1992 erwähnt wird/good example also from the bust in the early 90) 5 sterne/5 stars my rating

"gloom and doom predictions are overdone"http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=23
Ronald Peltier, CEO of Home Services of America, Berkshire Hathaway’s Real Estate firm talks about how real estate is a “rational” correction compared to the last five years of “irrational activity”. Peltier goes on to claims that the “speculators” have left industry marking a healthy change for the housing market. Originally aired on: 10/4/2006 on News HourRunning Time: 3 minutes 44 seconds 4 sterne /mein rating-4 stars my rating


"home sellers are highly irrational"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=25
Whitney Tilson, founder and Managing Partner of T2 Partners LLC, is interviewed on Bloomberg TV during which he presents a very grim future for the housing market.Originally aired on:
10/6/2006 on Bloomberg TVRunning Time: 2 minutes 16 seconds 4 sterne/mein rating

"home prices are sticky"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=21
Nicholas Retsinas on The News Hour with Jim Lehrer Originally aired in May of 2005, Nicholas Retsinas talks about the real estate market and how home owners have accrued wealth and how one should discern a boom from a bubble. He concludes, “Look at the fundamentals” and with that suggests we are not going to see bust. Additionally adds that prices must be reconciled with income growth but tend to be “sticky” so some areas may seem stagnating prices but not price declines. Originally aired on
: 5/17/2005 on News HourRunning Time: 16 minutes 20 seconds (man beachte die real estate expo auf dem peak 2005! und die schrotthütte für 800.000$/look at the hysteric expo on the peak of the bubble and the pos for 800.000$) 4 sterne/mein rating

"housing shoring up the economy"d.lereah
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=20
David Lereah and Nicholas Retsinas on The News Hours with Jim Lehrer Originally aired in May of 2002 Retsinas claims that the housing market is “shoring up” the economy. Lereah lays the groundwork for some of the oft cited causes of the strong housing market such as boomer demographics, immigration and “investor” rotation out of the poor performing stock market. Lereah goes on to cite the expansive number of mortgage products that could suit the needs of many buyers. Retsinas cites the ease of financing causing housing or more precisely their loans are more of a “liquid” asset than they had been in the past. Originally aired on:
5/28/2002 on News HourRunning Time: 11 minutes 6 seconds (the beginning of the bubble,lots of hyping the arms otion arms etc) 4 sterne/mein rating

"builders won´t overbuild" david lereah
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=19
David Lereah and Nicholas Retsinas on The News Hours with Jim Lehrer Originally aired in May of 2002 Retsinas claims that the housing market is “shoring up” the economy. Lereah lays the groundwork for some of the oft cited causes of the strong housing market such as boomer demographics, immigration and “investor” rotation out of the poor performing stock market. Lereah goes on to cite the expansive number of mortgage products that could suit the needs of many buyers. Retsinas cites the ease of financing causing housing or more precisely their loans are more of a “liquid” asset than they had been in the past. Originally aired on: 5/28/2002 on News HourRunning Time: 11 minutes 6 seconds (that is proven wrong 2005/2006 in a big way/das trifft 2005/2006 wohl kaum zu)
4 sterne/mein rating



"housing is a ballon" david lereah
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=18
Gwen Ifill interviews David Lereah about the increase in inventories and beginning of slumping in home sales. Lereah suggests not “putting too much stock” in the recently release numbers as they may be revised downward, thus not a dramatic slowdown. Lereah uses his now classic “balloon” analogy to dispel the house bubble speculation. Originally aired on:
11/29/2005 on News HourRunning Time: 19 minutes 13 seconds (a classic/der klassiker) 5 sterne/mein rating



"super luxury home for sale"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=17
Oddball take on the listing super luxury homes… Donald Trumps Florida home included. Reporter attempts to equate housing market of the absurdly wealthy to traditional residential market.Originally aired on: 10/2/2006 on CNNRunning Time: 1 minutes 13 seconds 1 sterm/mein rating

"foreclosure spiking"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=16
reports on a Colorado family that refinanced themselves to the brink foreclosure. Goes on to break the country down in terms of foreclosure ratesOriginally aired on: 9/27/2006 on CNNRunning Time: 2 minutes 36 seconds (a refinance trap/die refinanzierungsfalle trotz massiver wertsteigerung) 4 sterne/mein rating

"tough sell for homes"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=15
Cronicles the drop in national median home values and its effect on home sellers. Both David Lereah and Robet Shiller make appearances.Originally aired on: 9/27/2006 on CNNRunning Time: 2 minutes 19 seconds 4 sterne/mein raing

"david lereah and robert shiller on paula zahn"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=14
David Lereah, the Chief Economist of the National Association of Realtrs is featured on CNN with Paula Zahn.Originally aired on: 9/28/2006 on CNNRunning Time: 3 minutes 6 seconds (same as "tough sell for homes 4 sterne/mein rating



"robert shiller on closing bell"
http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=13
Yale Economist Robert Shiller is featured in a Q&A with Maria Bartiromo. Originally aired on: 9/27/2006 on CNBCRunning Time: 4 minutes 33 seconds (the guy from coldwell calls it a very soft landing... propaganda / der typ von dem makler sieht ein soft soft landing, sicher....a clon from lereah!) 4 sterne/mein rating

" senate meeting of toxic mortages"http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=11

The Senate Banking Committee held a hearing entitled “Calculated Risk: Assessing Non-Traditional Mortgage Products” as a follow up to prior meeting on the Housing Bubble. This meeting focused on risky "toxic" mortgages.Originally aired on: 9/20/2006 on C-SpanRunning Time: 2 hours 29 minutes 54 seconds (should be the last to watch/ ganz am ende sehen wenn überhaupt) not rated/keine bewertung

"velocity of money"http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=9

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib encourages others to increase their mortgage debt burden as an arbitrage investment. Barry says “if you need a 100K mortgage… consider taking instead a 300K mortgage” then invest the excess money and after 30 years BINGO!! You have an 800K “nest egg”!Originally aired on: 10/7/2004 on CNBCRunning Time: 5 minutes 46 seconds 1 stern/mein rating

"realty check"http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=8

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib suggests that you “have to be careful” with interest only loans… “they are not for everybody”. He goes on to state that he’s not a fan of “negative amortization” loans but “however, it can be a great thing for people who are expecting their income to go up”.Originally aired on: 6/21/2005 on CNBCRunning Time: 5 minutes 2 seconds 1 stern/mien rating

" buy vs rent "http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=7

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib states that he is the “advocate” of “no housing bubble”. Again, he suggests that any up-tick in rates will only equate to an additional $8 a month for the home buyer. Barry suggests that renting is giving up the opportunity to make $85K in appreciation. Additionally, Barry suggests that you think twice about all the speculation of “housing bubble” since if it prevents you from buying, you might “miss out”. Barry also suggests that “interest only loans” are “OK”.Originally aired on: 6/2/2005 on CNBCRunning Time: 6 minutes 20 seconds 4 sterne/mein rating

"call to arms" http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=5

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib explains how adjustable rate mortgages are a “screaming bargain”! Additionally, Barry challenges the mindset of real estate agents, mortgage professionals and consumers who inherently assume that fixed rate loans are the way to go.Originally aired on: 8/4/2004 on CNBCRunning Time: 5 minutes 52 seconds (the worst call ever/der schlechteste rat ever!nahe dem low keine festzinsbindung zu empfehlen ist einfach grotten/really a veteran.....) 2 sterne /mein rating

"profiting from the fed" http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=4

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib explains how you can avoid PMI by either getting a “piggy back” loan or better yet get “Magic” loan insurance from MGIC. Barry suggests that ARMs are a “great alternative” to fixed rate loans.Originally aired on: 2/3/2005 on CNBCRunning Time: 5 minutes 46 seconds 2 sterne/mein rating

"ask berry" http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=3

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib states that a quick rule of thumb is that a household should “forget what the bank says” and allocate up to 50% of “after tax” income to their mortgage debt burden. Goes on to state that a Florida real estate speculator feel secure that Florida is #1 in the country in job growth an should expect merely a slowdown in appreciation if rates increase. Additionally, suggests that an “Option ARM” could be a “great tool” as long as the borrower is disciplined.Originally aired on: 9/28/2005 on CNBCRunning Time: 7 minutes 6 seconds 5 sterne/mein rating (did he really say 50%?/the poor guy that sits now on his investment propertys in florida, becuase barry said 6-8% are "in the bag" the next years, reality is at leat 10% down....)

"there is no housing bubble" http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=2

Veteran mortgage analyst Barry Habib protests the idea of a housing bubble instead favoring the idea there is only a modest deceleration in appreciation occurring. Additionally, Barry suggests that builders have always offered the incentives that have been widely reported in the news lately. Originally aired on: 9/27/2006 on CNBCRunning Time: 4 minutes 29 seconds 4 sterne/mein rating

"housing downturn is severe" http://www.paperdinero.com/BNN.aspx?id=26

News Hour piece chronicles the housing slowdown with analysis from a Senior Economist from NAR and Moody’s. NARs economist still suggesting the housing downturn is a “Soft Landing” while still confirming the shock the homeowners will feel. Originally aired on: 8/23/2006 on News HourRunning Time: 10 minutes 35 seconds 3 sterne/3 stars mein rating

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