Boxer Evander Holyfield's old Atlanta estate recently joined the ranks of celebrity homes going into foreclosure, according to BusinessWeek's Hot Property. The $10 million property, which Holyfield lost in May, joins the homes of baseball heavy hitter Jose Canseco, football player Adam "Pacman" Jones, Rep. Laura Richardson, and, of course, Ed McMahon. For that story and more, check out Big Builder's bi-weekly roundup of the latest in opinion and commentary across the Web.

As prospective buyers remain on the sidelines, The Housing Bubble asks: Why should they buy now when prices may have farther to fall?

In its U.S. Housing Market Forecast, Seeking Alpha predicts that the gain in housing prices from the low in 2004 will shrink from 131% to a mere 40% by the end of 2010.

Reggie Middleton's Boom Bust provides its take on the recent incarceration and indictment of Bear Stearns' Ralph Cioffi for allegedly misrepresenting the viability of a hedge fund he managed to investors.

Inman News concludes its Twitter contest.

Dr. Housing Bubble likens Alan Greenspan to the Wizard of Oz.