Articles Tagged with ''Stan Humphries''

Zillow promotes Svenja Gudell to chief economist

Stan Humphries elevated to Zillow Group chief analytics officer and chief economist
One of the most noted authorities on housing is about to take on an even larger as Zillow Group announced the promotion of Dr. Stan Humphries from Zillow chief economist to Zillow Group chief analytics officer and chief economist. To fill Humphries’ role, Zillow announced the promotion of Dr. Svenja Gudell from her position as Zillow’s senior director of economic research to chief economist for Zillow.
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From HW Magazine

The new economists

How new economic models and voices are shaking up the status quo
People are listening to real estate economists today in a way that anyone who covered the industry a decade or more ago would not recognize. Smoke is one of the members of this new wave of real estate economists. In fact, Smoke is actually the newest one on the block. The upstart economists at places like Trulia and Zillow are still new, Smoke is just the latest player to join the game.
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3 signs California housing is on the brink of something huge

Housing affordability finally cools, inventors loosen grip
Six years after the financial crisis and California is still feeling the leftover ripple effects of loose lending standards and an overabundance of foreclosed homes. But it is all not all bad news, with several positive signs emerging for the state.
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Housing begins to see signs of normalcy, but will it last?

Industry experts react to pricing reports
Several reports were released Tuesday that implied continued success for home prices in the U.S. — a sure sign that the housing market is back on its feet. The Federal Housing Administration home price index and the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller HPI, both came out with relatively positive data.
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Price appreciation picks up in emerging real estate markets

Once thriving markets experience less growth
Cities like Washington D.C. experienced a sharp uptick in home prices during the recent housing recovery, but the nation's capital is no longer seeing sharp price hikes. So what's causing once overheated markets to cool off while emerging cities see steep appreciation?
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