Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Bubble Meter Blog mentioned in Washington Times

In an article titled Reflections in the Bubble in today's Washington Times it mentions this blog.

This does not exhaust the signs of a housing bubble. Those with an interest can find growing numbers of Web sites devoted to the topic. Among them are http://bubblemeter.blogspot.com, http://thehousingbubble2.blogspot.com, and http://housebubble.com.
Yipee! Hooray! :-) It feels great to have this kind of publicity.

12 comments:

  1. Congratulations, too bad nobody reads the times except you.

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  2. Carlton WainwrightAugust 24, 2005 3:52 PM

    My fine newspaper probably did a search on google and this blog was the first one to come up.

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  3. Congrats! Thanks for letting me know and I'll dig up my copy of today's Times.

    -Justin

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  5. You go big time and get "comment spammed" :(

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  7. Congratulations. What a shame that spammers try to ruin your day in the sun. I wish there were a way to do unto them as they've done unto you.

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  8. Wonderful. As if that whole gorelieberman.com thing wasn't enough ;-)

    BTW:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/08/24/AR2005082400437.html

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  9. Seymour WainwrightAugust 25, 2005 3:26 PM

    Chip, Marinite,

    Comment spammed!!! Do you come from some hippie colony where you smoke so much weed that you eat your young?

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  10. Congrats David!! :-D

    Keep up the good work.

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  11. When you look in the bubble, do you see your reflection.

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  12. This story is right on! For the last few months the San Diego CA real estate market has taken a turn down. Homes for sale are DOUBLE what they were a year ago. Market times are almost double also.

    Ask price reductions are becomming the norm. Sure, the self-serving insiders' say it's just a slow down or return to the norm.

    But, with an average 20% appreciation for the last five years, plus the EZ qualification 100% adjustable mortgages, I believe we are in for at least a 40% drop.

    If anyone want to view the current San Diego real estate activity here are a few top sites:
    www.brokerforyou.com
    www.downtown-san-diego-real-estate.com

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