Getting Graphic is a semi-sort-of-irregular collection of our favorite BIG real estate-related chart(s).
The Washington Post finally gets on the interactive chart bandwagon at the high level found at the New York Times and presents a very clear analysis in graphic form, on the break down in the credit environment.
It is very hard to believe that no-doc or low-doc’s loan market share peaked a year ago at 60% before they stated to fall. It was just 2000 when these products were resting at 22% in 2000.
It’s hard to believe.
Note: It is even harder to believe my vacation in San Francisco is over. Lessons learned (not from the credit crunch, from my vacation).
- Pepsi products were rare
- The weather is nearly always perfect
- Rust never sleeps (on the Golden Gate bridge, so paint it in perpetuity)
- The street cars (not trolleys) were from Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston)
- The weather is actually always perfect