the homes prices are up, new construction of multi-units

Goldman99 | Feb 14, 2013 01:32 PM ET @antisocial, get out of your underground bunker (today is safe to do so) and look around. In GA, NC, SC, or CA, to mention just a few places I have first hand knowledge, the homes prices are up, new construction of multi-units, as well as single units are up; this is an indication of a housing recovery. But hey, don`t let me ruin your apocalyptic fantasy!

Tinderthought | Feb 14, 2013 01:52 PM ET you can not believe a thing these liars say - they were advising a sell on Heinz while they were buying for their clients

scallywally | Feb 14, 2013 01:54 PM ET Where did all the higher paying middle class jobs go in order for people to keep buying over priced homes? Or are they just going to give out `fog a mirror` loans, then sell them to Gollum Sux to securitize and off-load to bag holders again? After they are triple A rated by the SEC, of course.

NewDay12 | Feb 14, 2013 02:05 PM ET Tinderthought | Feb 14, 2013 01:52 PM ET you can not believe a thing these liars say - they were advising a sell on Heinz while they were buying for their clients _______ That means anothe reccession is comming...I lived in Pittsburgh for 10 years where there HQ is and they are always in the news.....when reccession hit ketchup sales normally go up.....reason being is people eat cheaper lesser quality food during these times....ketchup in an all american remedy to make bad food taste good. Also, I agree....what ever these jokers do do the oppoosite.

NewDay12 | Feb 14, 2013 02:08 PM ET Goldman99 | Feb 14, 2013 01:32 PM ET @antisocial, get out of your underground bunker (today is safe to do so) and look around. In GA, NC, SC, or CA, to mention just a few places I have first hand knowledge, the homes prices are up, new construction of multi-units, as well as single units are up; this is an indication of a housing recovery. But hey, don`t let me ruin your apocalyptic fantasy! _________________ Volume is still 50% from pre-reccessionary levels.....no recovery.....yes prices are up for properties that are unique..water front property, city property in certain neighborhoods, home with skyline views, extremely unique features ect..... Your average run of the mil home in all markets are still down just about accross the board with few exceptions.

countdown_to_facebook_ipo | Feb 14, 2013 02:09 PM ET The so-called housing recovery is occurring because the Chinese are buying up all domestic properties. Say hello to your new landlords, America.

igor1732 | Feb 14, 2013 02:09 PM ET NewDay12 I see the reason there is no recovery for you. There is no recovery in Pittsburhg period! You try to go to NY City to see prices of the real estate.

igor1732 | Feb 14, 2013 02:11 PM ET countdown_to_facebook_ipo is it from fixnews report?

countdown_to_facebook_ipo | Feb 14, 2013 02:25 PM ET @Igor1732 No, dumbass, it`s MSNBC. Go stick your head in a microwave. nbcnews/id/29162036/ns/business-real_estate/t/chinese-finding-us-real-estate-bargain/#.UR06HVriohw

knetaz | Feb 14, 2013 02:27 PM ET NewDay12 | Volume is still 50% from pre-reccessionary levels That`s great Einstein, use the height of the bubble numbers for comparison. Makes about as much sense as if someone was to use the bottom numbers to claim evrything is great. Seriously people.................






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