Monday, October 22, 2007

The end of the Eastern European housing bubble?

The Latvian housing bubble has been one of the main topics on this blog recently. By now, the bubble seems to be over. The apartment prices have declined 14% in last half year and are still falling.

According to Irish Independent, the same thing has happened in most of Eastern Europe. Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria... all those countries have their housing prices falling. And some Irish investors are having problems because of that...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope to trade forex for a living, and I think a forex mentor will greatly reduce my learning curve. How do I go about finding a forex mentor? I don’t want to attend a confusing webinar, nor do I want a subscription to a series of camtasia videos. I’m looking for personal instruction from an experienced trader who lives on forex.
[url=http://gadogado.informe.com/forum/posting.php?mode=reply&f=11&t=13]best forex software[/url]

Anonymous said...

21517.....24088

Anonymous said...

44034.....35938

pharmacy reviews said...

So the house bubble is over, how sad, as economist what do you think?

Anonymous said...

http://13dfgsdfg57.com/

Anonymous said...

Hi, guantanamera121212