The article basically gives the reader 5 reasons and factors for the crash of the housing market in 2008
Some forecasters were prescient; financial leaders weren't. This article goes into depth on who saw the housing bubble coming. Over the course of the article, it documents a few different people. The article basically says that there were many economists who did see it coming, but there were many others of equal or greater prominence and authority who repeatedly insisted that there was nothing to worry about
The financial crisis of 2008 created the biggest disruption to the U.S. housing market since the Great Depression. This article also goes into more detail on who the housing crash affected more than others. Instead of looking into what led up the crash, this article looks into the fallout from it and how it affected certain types of people.
The Housing Market Crash of 2007 was the worst housing crash in U.S. history. The Housing Market Crash of 2007 was the cause of the financial crisis. This article gives a detailed timeline of the events leading up to the crash that led to the decline of the housing market. After the timeline, it gives a summary the round out all of the events.