Monday October 30, 2006

Interesting article about housing prices in the New Yorker. “[I]f you control for inflation and quality, Shiller found, real home prices barely budged between the eighteen-nineties and the nineteen-nineties. The idea that housing prices have nowhere to go but up is, in other words, a statistical illusion.” (via kottke)

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