2008 has been a volatile year, to say the least. We've heard a lot of terms thrown around, from talk about Henry Paulson's bailout plan, to various federal regulations designed to stop the bleeding in the U.S. housing and financial markets and the fiery campaigns of several Presidential hopefuls as the election season came to its prime.
Now it's time to turn to you, our readers, and ask what you think was the word of the year and why. The best nomination will win a place in the next print issue of HousingWire Magazine
as the Editor's Pick for the 2008 Word of the Year.
Click here to fill out the survey
and have your voice included in the next print issue. Remember to give us your full name, e-mail address and location in order to be considered for inclusion. Be as creative as you can on this one -- but keep in mind we might hesitate to choose an expletive as our pick...