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(631) 321-8400 x202
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Suffolk County

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(Long Island) New York

 


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Jan. 19th 2012, Mortgage rates fall to new low.


Will Rental Homes Fix Housing Problems?
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000066924
 



CNBC's
Diana Olick reveals new data that suggests
even more foreclosure problems are headed our way in 2012...

http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000062580


Rentals hold key to real estate market's future

Cheryl Russell has one word for anyone who's adrift and looking for any direction in real estate, so long as it's up: rentals. The rental market is "a possible savior
for many segments of the housing market," said Russell, a demographer who
specializes in studying Americans' housing and spending habits.
http://www.inman.com/news/2011/08/22/rentals-hold-key-


Investors Outdo Banks Offloading Distressed Properties:

Aug 11, 2011 ... Third-party investors are much faster at reselling foreclosures than banks,
according to the tracking firm ForeclosureRadar. It keeps close tabs ... Read More


Realty Check w/Diana Olick Monday, 22 Aug 2011
            Investors, Rentals and Ultimate Housing Recovery
The last, best hope for housing right now is robust investor activity; I've been saying that for years. Unfortunately, investors may be pulling back on the housing market, despite a surge in rental demand and prices. Read More


 You can read the details and view the charts and trends on the
LI Real Estate Report web site blog.