As the housing downturn and a full-blown economic recession converge, Seeking Alpha notes that the homeless may use the out-of-whack supply-demand situation to their advantage by squatting in foreclosed properties. For that story and more, check out Big Builder's bi-weekly blog roundup.

The Wall Street Journal looks at the growing trend of foreclosure tours.

Throughout Florida, the Housing Bubble recognizes a staggering lack of common sense.

Inman News asks whether or not should be held liable for discriminatory housing posts.

Reggie Middleton's Boom Bust posits that the commercial real estate bust may be on its way.

Dr. Housing Bubble interviews the voice behind Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis.

BusinessWeek's Hot Property looks at a home in the Washington, D.C., area listed at $529,900 that, based on an assumed 6% annual appreciation since 1998, should be worth no more than $397,000.