Hump Day Thoughts And Links

This past weekend was reasonably productive, from a real estate perspective. We saw three houses, 19 Nehring, 155 Cooper and 2 Edward. Actually, it was only I who saw Cooper and Nehring. Deb stayed home for those. We tried to go see 78 Wampum, but the Realtor must have closed up shop and bugged out long before the scheduled end to the open house. Write-ups are in the works, but may not be up until late this weekend. I finally got to meet my Realtor, Tom McGiveron. He was at the Nehring open house and we got to spend some time chatting about the real estate market in general and my needs in particular. I’m back at work today, after taking a few days of respite. It was nice to have some time to spend with my wife and daughter, but it’s good to be back at work. I get to missing it after a while My Personal Credit Crisis [NY Times] Are sub-prime mortgages, liar loans and bad real estate decisions something just for the poor and uneducated? Nope. NY Times economics writer Edmund Andrews writes about his process of one bad financial decision after another. Although, unlike most of the poor saps out there, he gets to recoup some of the damage by writing a book about it. Long Island Has The Highest Foreclosure Rate In New...

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