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karennma
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msg #95736
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8/19/2010 3:53:21 PM

Isn't RE considered a "commodity".
If the economy continues to tank, and the only way the gov't can finance it's debt is by continuing to print fiat US $$$, wouldn't we go into a hyperinflationary stage where "commodities" (i.e., gold) would continue to go up?
Wouldn't RE go UP like other commodities?
Or would RE prices "deflate"? If people can't afford to buy homes, wouldn't rents inflate?
???
Anyone know?


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