Tech bubble vs. Housing bubble

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Mortgage applications fall on declining refinance activity “Despite the recent decline in applications. boost both FHA and VA refinancing activity, which picked up about 10% compared with the previous week. The refinance share of mortgage activity.

The trend in the Bay Area and a few other cities where the market is being driven by high valuations of tech stocks counters what’s happening around the country, which is far from being in a bubble.

It is true that the housing bubble caused more damage because it was a debt bubble vs. an equity bubble, and that caused a bigger financial problem because banks and shadow banks were more financially exposed to the equity losses of the housing bubble (equity based upon debt x 10).

If the practice catches on, it could lead to a far more efficient and affordable housing market – or another devastating bubble. So-called iBuying (for instant buying) involves firms using algorithms.

Earlier this month I sat down with Professor Vogel at the Tuck School in Hanover, New Hampshire. He explains how the tech bubble lead to the housing bubble with mortgage-backed securities, and why the housing bubble burst. Yesterday, I interviewed Alan Murray, Deputy Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal, on this very topic.

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at the peak of the tech bubble. Additionally, e-commerce P/E ratios are still lower than where Information Technology stocks were during the peak of the tech bubble (69 vs. 80). The P/E ratio for the S&P 500 Index has risen from 18 to 23, a much more moderate rise than during the tech bubble. Historically speaking, Information.

Wells Fargo ups commissions to spur loan production Wells Fargo has decided to combat its decreasing loan revenues by increasing the amount of commission it pays to its loan officers. The bank hopes this will stem the decline in its mortgage.

If the practice catches on, it could lead to a far more efficient and affordable housing market – or another devastating bubble. So-called iBuying (for instant buying) involves firms using algorithms.

“It seems like the dotcom bubble all over again, or the housing bubble all. Tech bubbles, like the 1990s internet mania, leave behind. So the potential damage from this bubble is limited when compared to the crash of 2008.