IN THE PRESS

IN THE PRESS

Below are a few links to the most recent press on Bruce Norris, Aaron Norris, and the Norris Group. Registration may be required depending on the news site. Press Kit can be downloaded HERE. For media inquiries and briefing please email Aaron Norris or call 951-780-5856.

THE NORRIS GROUP IN THE PRESS

The Norris Group Think Realty

Think Realty Magazine

Bruce and Aaron Norris as the feature story and cover photo for the magazine’s issue on legacy building, philanthropy, and investing.

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Home sellers fret as mortgage rates rise

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Inland cities scramble to be ready when HUD announces housing funds allocations and guidelines

\”Buying a fixer-upper doesn\’t establish market value,\” he said. \”When you fix a house up and sell it at full price, that establishes value, and …

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U.S. Foreclosures Top Quarter-Million for 10th Straight Month

“This is tough to fix, because so many people are underwater,” Bruce Norris, president of the Norris Group, a Riverside, California-based investment firm specializing in …

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Investors beware

The current shortage of foreclosed properties for sale that is pushing up prices is an artificial phenomenon, said Bruce Norris, principal of the Riverside-based Norris …

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Loan losses from home foreclosures could more than double

Norris sald lenders and the federal government have been slowing the foreclosure process to prevent a further deterioration of housing prices. As a result, he …

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An Interview with Bruce Norris, CEO of The Norris Group: Hard Choices About Hard Money Loans

“We tell people to get out of deals every month,” says Bruce Norris, CEO of the California-based Norris Group, which brokers hard-money investment loans as …

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An Alternative to Leaving a Foreclosed Home

\”When you have a foreclosure record, your credit starts improving the next day,\” Norris said. And Norris said that\’s the key to recovery. In two …

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Can beleaguered California make a comeback?

“Now, mortgage payments are cheaper than rent. It speaks to the fear of owning real estate and the difficulty of qualifying for finance,” Norris adds. …

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