Towards the end of last year, I wrote a few times about the fact that we have pretty much fully-recovered from the ’08 crash. In fact, some might argue that we’re in a bubble again, or at least very close. But we don’t often look at (or hear in the news about) what the long-term impact of the housing crash was, and who was most impacted. It’s probably a surprise to absolutely no one that there are far more renters in the market today than home owners. But exactly who got hit the hardest may surprise you quite a bit — mostly wealthy men.