The U.S. Census Bureau reported a 13.4 percent dive in new home sales in July, the biggest decline in more than three years and one that coincided with a sharp increase in mortgage rates. But Caroline Baum, a columnist for Bloomberg News, explains why we shouldn't start writing housing's obituary just yet. To begin with, the residential real-estate market just got going. Also, what might look like a lack of demand may actually be a dearth of supply. Read More