Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani talked with FOX Business’ “Varney & Co.” today (Tuesday) about a huge red flag in the housing recovery.
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Shah has found that we may be on the cusp of a double-dip in home prices.
That’s because the real driver of home price increases isn’t a sustainable source…
So just who is buying up all the single family homes, and how many have they purchased so far? Where’s the inventory? Is the mortgage money even there for families to buy in to the American dream?
Shah Gilani pulls back the curtain and gives you the real story behind the rise in home prices.
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