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Top officials from Zillow, Fannie Mae, National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, and PropertyRadar join real estate analyst Bruce Norris on Oct. 21st at the Nixon Presidential Library for The Norris Group’s 9th annual “I Survived Real Estate” charity gala.
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.
Bruce Norris Shares Latest California Real Estate Trends and Predictions: Is It Time to Exit California Real Estate?
Despite record low interest rates, historically low inventory levels, and high affordability, the California real estate market in 2014 was just, meh. On January 31 at the all-day event, “2015: Proceed With Caution!,” Bruce Norris will share with real estate professionals his predictions, research, and his blockbuster decision: Does he plan to move some of his real estate “chips” outside of California in 2015.
Real Estate Experts to Discuss Consumer Credit Concerns, Builder Confidence and the Market Recovery at Charity Event Organized by The Norris Group
Top officials from the National Association of Realtors, Beacon Economics, PropertyRadar, California Builders Industry Association, Fannie Mae, and the Mortgage Bankers Association join real estate analyst Bruce Norris on Oct. 24th at the Nixon Presidential Library for The Norris Group’s 7th annual “I Survived Real Estate” charity gala
Bruce Norris, president of The Norris Group, will serve as a panelist at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Single-Family Rental Finance Summit 2014, the first MBA conference of this type. The summit is set for April 22 in Arlington, Va.
Some Real Estate Experts Question the Strength and Sustainability Of California’s Real Estate Market Recovery
Debra Still of the Mortgage Bankers Association and Leslie Appleton-Young of the California Association of Real Estate will share their latest findings Oct. 18th with real estate analyst Bruce Norris during The Norris Group’s 6th annual “I Survived Real Estate” charity gala at the Nixon Presidential Library
Real Estate Experts To Discuss Loosening FHA Credit Standards and Future Access to Credit at The Norris Group’s I Survived Real Estate
Top officials from the California Association of Realtors, Beacon Economics, PropertyRadar, John Burns Real Estate Consulting and the Mortgage Bankers Association join real estate analyst Bruce Norris on Oct. 18th at the Nixon Presidential Library for The Norris Group’s 6th annual “I Survived Real Estate” charity gala.
Bruce Norris Predicts a Significant Resurgence of California’s Real Estate Market, Soon To Be Fueled By Job Growth, Inbound Migration and Economic Recovery
Real Estate Analyst Predicts A 20 Percent Increase In Median Home Prices In California During The Next Year
The increase is being fueled by record low inventory levels, record low interest rates and eager buyers armed with FHA loans, according to Bruce Norris of The Norris Group in Riverside
The Norris Group of Riverside,California, presents its insightful recorded interview with one of the most respected experts in economics today, Dr. Christopher Thornberg, Principal of Beacon Economics, LLC.
High Delinquency/Low Inventory Puzzle Will Be Among Topics Examined At “I Survived Real Estate” Gala
Fannie Mae, Mortgage Bankers Association, Appraisal Institute, National Association of Realtors and ForeclosureRadar to join real estate analyst Bruce Norris on Oct. 19th at the Nixon Presidential Library to discuss the economy, pending legislation and solutions to the real estate crisis.
Eric Janszen, author of “The Post Catastrophe Economy,” to join real estate analyst Bruce Norris and others in an Oct. 14th panel discussion on the continuing real estate crisis.
Poor Federal Implementation Has Made Real Estate Appraisals More Costly While Forcing Experienced Professionals Out Of The Appraisal Business
Sara W. Stephens, the 2011 president-elect of the Appraisal Institute, will join real estate analyst Bruce Norris on a panel of experts who will meet Oct. 14th at the Nixon Presidential Library to discuss the effects of current and proposed legislation and solutions to the nation’s real estate crisis