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The US housing bubble

The US housing bubble is an economic bubble affecting lots of segments of the US real estate market in more than 50% of American states. Housing costs had their top in 2006, then they started to decline may be not yet have reach their bottom in 2011. On December 30, 2008 the Case-Shiller home price index reported the largest price drop in history.

The  collapse of the Housing Bubble impact not only on home prices, but the mortgage markets, builders, home supply retail shops, Wall Street hedge funds run by large investors, and foreign banks/ All tase are increasing the recession risk. Concerns about the impact of the housing and credit markets collaps on the U.S. economy made the US Government to announce a limited state help for homeowners unable to pay the mortgage debts.

In 2008 the US government allocated more than $900 billion as special loans and rescues related to the US real estate bubble, with more than 50% were ginen to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (both are government-sponsored enterprises) as well as the Federal Housing Administration (US Government agency).On December 24, 2009 the Treasury Department announced that it would help Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac unlimited financial with great support during next 3 years despite acknowledging tate depts. in excess of $400 billion. The Treasury has been criticized for encroaching on spending powers that the US constitution enumerated only for Congress, and for violating limits imposed by the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.

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