What a Nobel Winning Economist Thinks About The Housing Economy

When a Nobel-prize winner shrugs his shoulders, and says, “I don’t know … ” to a question directly related to his field, it gives you pause.

Which is what economist, and Nobel winner, Robert Shiller is apt to do when you ask him what will happen next with the housing economy.

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Steve Devorak is a former Director of Land Acquisition and Project Manager with extensive experience in the Southern California land market.

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