The Best of Housing Notes – The First 6 Months
As I mentioned last week, we’re in Shanghai (at this very moment) so I thought I’d go easy on you and simply provide a “best of” post.
It’s hard to believe that this weekly endeavor is only 6 months old – beginning on March 6th of this year. It’s been a great way to gel my thoughts after processing a week’s worth of information, some of it shared on social media and some held for late night reading. I have to admit that writing for you – bad grammar and all – has been very satisfying and I appreciate you sticking with me, hopefully because you get something out of it as well.
If you’re new to Housing Notes, here are a few of my favorites. Currently we are only displaying archive links of the past 5 notes (look to your upper right). More on that later.
April 3, 2015: Headless Housing Titles in Topless Market
May 8, 2015: Housing Forecast: The Present is a Lagging Indicator, and Sometimes it Rhymes
July 17, 2015: What Doesn’t Stink? Pluto and Mortgage Rate Hikes
While I didn’t take this photo (I wrote this note before we left), this is the one city skyline in the world that seems almost cartoonish yet great.
I’ll be back next week.
Jonathan Miller, CRP, CRE
Miller Samuel Inc.
Real Estate Appraisers & Consultants