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Ed Rybczynski is a professional speaker who is sometimes mistaken for an aspiring writer. His topics of choice include: the current housing crises, corporate culture as it relates to corruption couched in complacency, and the effects of governmental intrusion in real estate markets.
SHARE Monday, January 14, 2008 One City's Foreclosure Debacle
The word "fiduciary" will echo in the hallowed halls of jurisprudence as crusading litigators "test the waters" of judicial interpretation in a perverted quest for deep pockets and social righteousness.
There's no question that subprime mortgages fueled the housing boom, the question: who ultimately will pay the price for the bust?
SHARE Tuesday, January 1, 2008 The Cult of Plausible Deniability
The current housing crises, in my opinion, was precipitated by a breakdown in protocol by licensed real estate professionals nationally. The ostensible correction of housing markets as characterized by pundits isn't a correction at all. It's the collapse of an enormous business model that once served as the foundation of the social institution that is homeownership. Mortgage fraud is the crux of the problem.