Posts Tagged ‘home ownership’

Finders Weepers, Losers Keepers

For light entertainment, I recommend the facts in a case decided by our Court of Appeals, Division One, on May 31, 2012; you can find the opinion at, entitled GRANDE V. JENNINGS. Seems an old man, Spann by name, didn’t trust banks much and died with much of his savings inside of his home. […]

Underwater Mortgages and Drowning in Quick Fixes

Even folks who hate Thomas Sowell’s economic and political positions have to concede that he’s right a lot of the time. He is a proponent of looking past Stage One thinking, which he defines in his book Applied Economics as – in effect – the absence of an analytical approach to problem solving: “Doing something […]