Forbes housing reporter and analyst Francesca Levy makes some thought-provoking predictions in the latest issue of the magazine.
Real estate will be an attractive investment strategy in 2010 with wealthy investors devoting an increasing segment of their portfolios to it.
Loan modifications will result in more people who should probably be facing foreclosure slipping deeper into debt.
Cities like Omaha, Neb., and Buffalo, N.Y., which avoided the housing bubble and most of the bust, will be models for cities trying to avoid another bubble.
Financial troubles in Dubai will ripple through the U.S. luxury market, creating energy in a market that has been stagnant.
Source: Forbes, Francesca Levy (12/28/2009)