- Mid-Year Economic Forecast.
- — LATimes Hot Property (@LATHotProperty)Fri, Jun 22 2012 15:27:18David Crowe NAHB economist @ #NAREE2012 Multi-family building is doing extraordinarily well although it is still off normal."
- — Alicia Wallace (@dc_alicia)Fri, Jun 22 2012 15:26:42
- — Jessica Huseman (@JessicaHuseman)Fri, Jun 22 2012 15:42:52“If construction loans begin to open up, I would not be surprised to see a 70% increase in housing starts.” - Lawrence Yun, NAR. #NAREE2012
- — Jeff Collins (@RegJeffCollins)Fri, Jun 22 2012 15:50:51Zillow's Stan Humphries at #NAREE2012: "I feel a little more positive about the housing market...a lot of markets that have hit a bottom
- — Katie Curnutte (@katie_curnutte)Fri, Jun 22 2012 15:59:56
- — Jessica Huseman (@JessicaHuseman)Fri, Jun 22 2012 16:14:10Yun clarification: based on recent trends, would not be surprised to see 10% jump in prices if starts remain where they are. #NAREE2012
- Multi-Family Boom: Will this hot segment sputter?
- — David Levitt (@dmlevitt)Fri, Jun 22 2012 16:38:13
- — David Levitt (@dmlevitt)Fri, Jun 22 2012 16:48:12
- — neighborworkspr (@neighborworkspr)Fri, Jun 22 2012 17:07:54Renter nation? Young are mobile and that's of some value and housing can drag mobility #naree2012, but still too early
- What’s Ahead for Buyers and Sellers
- — David Levitt (@dmlevitt)Fri, Jun 22 2012 17:40:07
- — RGJ Business (@RGJBusiness)Fri, Jun 22 2012 17:43:56Kelly, RE/MAX: Since 2006, had 4 million foreclosures, with 4 million more to go (might be less due to homeowner programs) #NAREE2012
- — Michelle Olson (@shelbyo)Fri, Jun 22 2012 17:45:3025% of homebuyers are investors. Of the good kind. They're driving recovery, buying 60% REOs. They turn them into rentals. #NAREE2012
- — Alyssa Abkowitz (@AlyssaAbkowitz)Fri, Jun 22 2012 17:50:51Wow. CEO of Re/Max Margaret Kelly just showed us an ass crack during a presentation to explain why Gen Y is named Gen Y. #NAREE2012
- Mortgage Madness: Residential Lending and Foreclosure Fallout: Bill Rayburn, CEO FNC, Inc.; Marietta Rodriguez, Director National Homeownership Programs, NeighborWorks America and Ron Sturzenegger, Legacy Asset Servicing Executive, Bank of America. Moderator Al Lewis, Dow Jones
- — Kris Hudson (@KrisHudsonWSJ)Fri, Jun 22 2012 20:36:43BofA's Ron Sturzenegger at #NAREE2012: 200k borrowers elligible for BofA's principal-forgiveness offer. Avg reduction: $150k. Even so ...
Top tweets from NAREE [Day 3]
Real estate reporters and editors with industry pros from all over the nation are in downtown Denver through Saturday to gab about all things real estate, from mortgages to sustainability. Here's a sampling of tweets from the National Association of Real Estate Editors gathering on Friday.
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