Items Tagged with 'Jonathan Smoke'


  • Here are the 10 hottest housing markets that fueled a record-breaking August

    California dominates list
    The hottest housing market in America right now might still be Vallejo-Fairfield, California [San Fran area] but this doesn’t mean the rest of the list stood still. Interestingly, one new market not only joined the list, but also jumped up to the eighth spot. And to the city that was sitting comfortably as the eighth hottest market, well, it fell completely out of the top ten, barely even making the top twenty.
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  • Here are the hottest housing markets for the spring homebuying season

    San Francisco ranks No.1 four months in a row
    Technically spring doesn’t start until March 20, but looking at the state of the housing market, buyers would be wise to jump in now. And as an added tip, the Realtor website said that if sellers think they should just sit tight and wait till buyers’ desperation reaches its peak in the summer, don’t.
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  • Here are the top 10 housing markets for 2016

    They aren't the usual run-of-the-mill cities
    With next year right around the corner, decided to go a step beyond its usual month-to-month hottest housing markets list and figured out where the hottest housing markets for 2016 will be. However, unlike some past lists, this one doesn't include common winning cities like Denver and Dallas.
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  • Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke announces run for President

    “As President, I’ll make American housing great again—really”
    For all their posturing and preaching, until very recently, many (if not all) of the candidates in the 2016 presidential campaign had not even broached the subject of housing in their campaign speeches. Well, it turns out there’s a new candidate who will talk about housing, and talk about it extensively. In fact, he’s making housing his sole campaign platform. And given his day job, it makes sense.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Housing in 2065

    How to succeed for the next 50 years
    What will things look like in 2065? The possibilities are endless. And fascinating. What will our financial system look like? What about how we live and where we live? To answer these tough questions and more, HousingWire polled some of the brightest minds in the housing industry to get their predictions for the future. But more than just predictions, they spoke about how we’re going get to where we’re going, and what we all need to do to ready ourselves for what’s coming.
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  • The hottest 20 housing markets to watch this spring

    Buyers should expect substantial competition
    Based on metrics like days on market, inventory age, price growth and a coming parity between supply and demand, one economist sees all the ingredients for a robust spring selling season. Here's where it should be the most robust.
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