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March 19, 2007



sub prime is a disaster zone. However, some local newspapers are still talking up the market. It is harder these days, but it still can be done.

Have a look at:


it takes a rather critical look at a recent attempt by the Washington post, who takes a realtor-inspired spin on the subprime crisis.

Hamed Elbarki

"You can't believe how bad it's going to get before it gets any better,"

Oh boy, hold on to your shorts....

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