While photovoltaic systems may be a great way to increase a home's inherent value, The Wall Street Journal cautions that location and median income should be a key factor in the decision to build green. For that story and more, check out Big Builder's bi-weekly blog roundup.

From New York and New Jersey down to Maryland, the Housing Bubble investigates buyer desire.

Seeking Alpha points to the baby boomers as a housing bubble within the bubble--and questions whether a return to 2001-level pricing by 2009 or 2010 is a plausible realtiy.

Inman News critiques the National Association of Realtors' own blog and its nascent competitor, NAR Wisdom.

According to BusinessWeek's Hot Property blog, increasing conforming loan limits won't do much to help the overall housing situation.

Reggie Middleton's Boom Bust provides an updated Voodoo analysis of Lennar in light of recent cash-raising efforts on the part of the builder.

Dr. Housing Bubble points out that the "impending" economic recession may have actually started in fourth quarter 2007.