The great housing bubble and shrivel (1999–2012) has at last run its course, but what comes next? What should happen to insolvent Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Is there any way out of complete government domination of the mortgage market?
The Federal Reserve has become the world’s greatest mortgage investor. Has a central-bank-financed bond bubble replaced the housing bubble? And what will be the aftermath of Europe’s sovereign debt bubble, including possible losses on deposits in Cyprus? These and related questions will be addressed by our expert panel.