Talk:Suburban sprawl

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The map of negative equity looks exactly like a political map of the US, Which means for the first half of this decade Dummocrats liked to look richer than they were by getting $800,000 homes with zero down "liar loans" and now that housing prices are falling they're all upside-down. Francine 11:49, 7 October 2008 (EDT)

The FNMA "conforming loan" limit for the last few years has been 417,000 for a single family dwelling, so that 800k figure is off by a bit. Where's that neg. eq. map, by the way? (PS, who's to say it isn't the GOPers in those areas that are upside-down?) ħumanUser talk:Human 12:18, 7 October 2008 (EDT)