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Real Estate Market Forecasts: Are They Inflated?

By Phil Butler | January 2, 2011
One economist warns investors of putting too much confidence in the real estate market just yet. One of the world's top portfolio experts, David Rosenberg, says the market is still too mercurial being propped up by government incentives. He warns that the economy and Wall Street are far too dependent still no what happens with the housing market. Are some experts inflating expectations? Without a recovered job situation, there is no chance for the housing situation in the long term.
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Confidence In Real Estate 2011

By Phil Butler | December 31, 2010
A report released last week by the National Association of Realtors suggests the housing market for 2011 may be a lot better than previously expected. Existing home sales are up again, and investment in new construction stock is up as well. With jobs and other variables stabilizing, it seems as if the overall outlook is very positive for 2011.
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Savannah Georgia Real Estate In Recovery

By Phil Butler | December 30, 2010
No region was more seriously affected by the recession than the deep South. Despite bank failures and foreclosures though, one city appears ready to emerge from economic disaster better than before perhaps. Savannah, Georgia is a good case study in how the market levels itself. The supply and price of properties there have apparently caused a turn around now. Real estate listings for Savannah reveal much about what could mean the revival of a once booming industry.
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