With home values in a steep decline, many homeowners have been forced to sell their houses for less than they paid for them. Still, experts insist that owning a home in a failing economy can be a good thing. Dean Foust and Robert Shiller explain why.
Dean Foust, Atlanta bureau chief for BusinessWeek magazine
Robert Shiller, professor of economics and finance at Yale University, author of The Subprime Solution: How Today's Global Financial Crisis Happened, and What to Do about It