In the summer of 2005, alarm bells were ringing around our office regarding the state of the housing market. As a result, we felt obligated to communicate our concerns to clients, and we issued a note to our clients about the risks in the housing market and the factors that fostered that appreciation of housing prices.  Given the current climate, we thought it was worth a read:

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