Why crane estate’s stock market crash was worse than you thought

Crane estate’s market meltdown was worse for the real estate industry than any other major industry in the UK.

In total, more than $300bn worth of housing and commercial property in the US, the UK and China were damaged.

But that was the only sector of the sector to suffer worse than the real-estate industry. 

“It’s the largest loss in the history of the industry and the biggest in terms of the impact on the broader market,” Mr Broughton said.

The real estate sector is the fourth largest in the country, but it has been hit by the worst crash in a decade. “

What we’ve been trying to understand is why the commercial sector, the sector that has a significant role in the economy, and that has some of the biggest impact on real estate values, actually suffered the worst of all.”

The real estate sector is the fourth largest in the country, but it has been hit by the worst crash in a decade.

The collapse has put thousands of families out of work, leaving many struggling to make ends meet and sending thousands of jobs overseas. 

The collapse in the housing market has also been damaging to the economy as the value of home mortgages has dropped from a peak of $1.9tn in 2009 to $739bn in 2018.

But in New York and Los Angeles, where the market has recovered, the real property industry has been spared. 

But there are concerns that other parts of the housing and retail sector could suffer the same fate. 

As part of its housing market reforms, the Government has imposed a $50-a-month deposit on all mortgages.

And it has set a minimum monthly payment of $10,000 on loans to people renting a house.

But as it did with the mortgage interest rate, the banks have taken steps to cut the number of loans being issued. 

Last month, the National Housing Federation estimated that the banks had cut $1bn in new mortgage lending by the end of 2019.

But the banks say they are only lowering the interest rate on loans currently on the books to 0.25 per cent.

That means the new minimum payment will be just $1,100. 

In contrast, Mr Boughton says it will cost the banks more than a billion dollars a day to pay the deposit. 

Mr BroughTON: We’re in the middle of a housing bubble.

The problem is, the bubble will burst.

It’s the worst bubble in history, period. 


The bubble has burst.

And the Government is doing nothing to help. 

HEATHER DALTON: The banks have made it very clear they are not going to change their attitude.

And if they do change their attitudes, we will lose the mortgage.

Heather Daly is an economist at the New York University Graduate Center.