Sales of previously owned U.S. homes fell unexpectedly sharply in February and prices touched their lowest level in nearly nine years, implying a housing market recovery was still a long off.
After a while it gets comical.
"Unexpectedly" is the buzzword of these so called experts.
When most of us who are actually conscious see it all around us. "For Sale" signs that are nearly decayed from months/years of standing. Extreme difficulty in getting approved from banks. Homes in disrepair from those who exited under less than good circumstances.
And these clowns find it "unexpected"?
Maybe we should, you know, stop asking them to analyze anything. Every damn month it is the same "surprising" or "unexpected" occurence in stuff that we who live here KNOW.
Idiots. Credentialed, but not educated, idiots.