Eileen Reynolds 2015 Chairperson of CBIA (Full Bio) On Friday, October 16, the Norris Group proudly presents its 8th annual award-winning black-tie event I Survived Real Estate. An incredible lineup of industry experts will join Bruce Norris to discuss perplexing industry trends, head-scratching legislation, and opportunities emerging for real estate professionals. Proceeds from
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September 4th, 2015
August 18th, 2015
Bruce Norris launches the 8th Annual I Survived Real Estate Gala set for October 16 at the Nixon Presidential Library. Real estate leaders converge from all over the US to talk trends, industry issues, and predictions for the real estate industry in 2016.
October 10th, 2014
President and CEO of CBIA (Full Bio) On Friday, October 24, the Norris Group proudly presents its 7th annual award-winning black-tie event I Survived Real Estate. An incredible lineup of industry experts will join Bruce Norris to discuss perplexing industry trends, head-scratching legislation, and opportunities emerging for real estate professionals. Proceeds from
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April 26th, 2011
The Commerce Department reports new home sales increased 11% in March. A study shows that short sales and foreclosures equally damage FICO scores. A survey from Pew shows 81% of adults believe purchasing a home is the best long-term investment a person can make. Morgan Stanley believes home prices will fall 6-11% this year.
March 22nd, 2011
The CBIA reports home production has dropped 41% from last year. MacroMarkets believes a double dip in housing prices may soon occur. Fannie Mae said mortgage applications decreased by 7.9% in January. U.S. home prices fell 3.9% year over year, according to FHFA.
March 1st, 2011
The CBIA reports housing production decreased 56% from December, and the Commerce Department reports construction spending dropped 0.7%. A survey from Equity-Trax shows that short sales currently take around 4 to 9 months to complete. Lender Processing Services claims foreclosure starts fell 11.4% in January.
January 24th, 2011
The CBIA reports total building permits issued during 2010 increased 23% from 2009. Statistics from Trulia show that owning a home is cheaper than renting one in 72% of the largest cities in the United States. Commercial property values rose 0.6% in November, according to Moody’s.
December 17th, 2010
31,403 new and resale homes and condos were sold statewide in November, according to MDA DataQuick. LPS reports the delinquency rate for loans that are 30+ days past due is 9.02%. Ben Bernanke believes we still have 4 to 5 years until the unemployment rate reaches pre-recession levels.
November 23rd, 2010
The CBIA reports housing production decreased 28% in October. National existing home sales declined 2.2%, and California home sales declined 3.5%, according to data from the NAR and CAR. Zillow claims interest rates fell again after last weeks sudden gain. Statistics from Lender Processing show foreclosures fell 36% in October.
November 18th, 2010
Delinquencies on residential properties dropped 9.13% in the third quarter, according to the MBA. MDA DataQuick’s monthly statistics releases shows that 6,122 new and resale houses and condos closed escrow in the Bay Area. The CBIA reports California housing affordability increased 1.7% in the 3rd quarter. Jobless claims increased by 2,000, said the Labor Department.