We all remember a little more than five years ago when the housing market bubble popped, triggering one of the worst financial collapses since the Great Depression. But now, according to recent data, investors are falling back in love with the real estate market. A recent Gallup poll measuring investor preference for long term growth found that 30% of people said real estate. That was number one, ahead of gold, stocks, savings accounts and bonds. Prices have started rising, causing some people to have a bit short term memory. For a full explanation, check out the full article.