U.S. Homes Lost $1.7 Trillion

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U.S. Homes Lost $1.7 Trillion

According to the website Zillow.com, the value of all American homes fell $1.7 trillion in 2010. What do you think?

  • "That's great news, as I'm in the market for all American homes."

    Liam Heathrow
    Systems Analyst
  • "On the plus side, these never-ending economic catastrophes are giving me a much better conceptual feel for massive numbers."

    Denise Carruthers
    Billing Clerk
  • "Wow. Someone should really just tear those homes down and build new, more valuable homes, then, right?"

    Nick Doyle
    Museum Guard