Thursday, March 02, 2006

You've Got Mail!

Here are the 5 most emailed news stories in today's Sun-Sentinel. (last 24 hours)
1.The boom is gone: Home sales fall 36% in Broward
2.Study warns 'American dream is fading' in Broward as affordable housing disappears
3.New paint slaps a coat of silence on cell phone calls
4.The boom is gone as home sales drop 39% in Palm Beach County
5.Sellers be patient; buyer's market returnsSee the complete list ...

The daily drumbeating continues.....

5 Comments:

At 1:26 PM, Blogger David said...

nice catch.

 
At 5:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is another article on Andy Weisers site (high profile S.Florida realtor)

http://www.andyweiser.com/real-estate-market-changes-to-benefit-buyers.htm

This guy is totally in denial - how can he claim prices won't go down. Um...ever hear of supply and demand? Prices will just flatten while inventory goes sky high?

 
At 11:35 PM, Blogger scinic said...

Please help me figure this out, from a real estate agent's blog on his web site:

It's a Buyers' Market - But It's Not As Bad As The Press Says!

"The median price declined in January, but that doesn't mean all, or any, home prices are declining, it could be because a greater number of lower priced homes sold last month."

Huh?

http://www.rogertheriault.com/index.php?blog=18

 
At 1:40 AM, Blogger smartcashinyourcorner said...

Keep up the good work. You're number on on msn.com search for a reason.

 
At 7:45 PM, Blogger GenX said...

Hey BigDadd63 great local blog. Not to many comments on here but I see Your blog gets lots of hits. I think Everyone here in South Florida still is in complete denial. Not to many people want to hear about the end to easy money and the demise of the Housing Gold rush here in Sunny South Florida. Most people dont want to talk about it or say that things will pick up in Spring. The real Estate market in Florida is so quiet You can hear a pin drop. The flippers really killed the goose that laid the golden egg. Not to mention The tax collectors for picking everyones pocket when they bought a new home. Keep up the blogging things hopefully will turn around soon. Id say when prices return to late 2003 levels.

 

Post a Comment

<< Home