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How Far Did Prices Drop?

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  1. From the first 14 minute video:

    Nashville Housing TANKING: Prices, Pendings, Closed
    Ethan Flynn, CPA | Real Estate
    Jul 30, 2022 This video is an analytical approach to the Nashville Tn Housing Market. Prices are dropping, Cancellations up, Pendings Down, Close Volume Tanking

    Nashville Housing Market Update specifically Davidson/Williamson County ~50% of Nashville MSA.

    The second 4:29 video:

    How FAR did housing prices DROP?Jul 30, 2022

    Home prices dropped again. We’ll discuss how far they’ve fallen, and how the media distorts what is really happening in the market. It’s important for you to be aware of what is really going on, and we believe we can be the ones to share that with you. Arrogant much? Oh well.

    The third 12:20 video:

    The Recession Is Already Here For Canadian Real Estate
    Steve Saretsky
    Jul 30, 2022 Bond yields are falling on weaker economic growth prospects. The all important Canada 5 year bond yield has now dropped nearly 100bps from the peak last month meaning we should see some discounting on fixed rate mortgages very soon. Canadian banks are being ultra conservative with their lending right now. The Bank of Canada should raise rates in September, dealing another blow to variable rate mortgage holders.

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    ‘Dramatic increase.’ Foreclosure filings are up more than 150%. Here’s what that tells us about the housing market

    ‘The number of foreclosure starts — which is when the first public foreclosure notice happens — is up 219% since the start of the year, according to real estate data analytics firm ATTOM Data Solutions’ midyear 2022 US Foreclosure Market report. What’s more, the number of properties that had foreclosure filings (this number includes foreclosure starts) is up 153% from the same time period last year. ‘

    So they’ve gone from cheerleader to taking out paid spots about foreclosures.

  3. ‘A former executive officer of the Clatsop Association of Realtors has been indicted for identity theft, forgery and aggravated theft. Deborah Lee Morrow, 61, allegedly used the identification of the realty association and one of its leaders more than a dozen times, according to the grand jury indictment.’

    ‘She also allegedly forged checks more than a dozen times. In addition, she allegedly stole money and other unauthorized expenses that belonged to the realty association, the indictment said.’

    ‘The crimes are alleged to have occurred between August 2019 and December 2020. The indictment does not specify the total amount of money in question, but the state alleges the loss was more than $50,000.’

    1. “‘A former executive officer of the Clatsop Association of Realtors has been indicted for identity theft, forgery and aggravated theft.”

      There is nothing unique about this. Realtors and mortgage pimps have been pulling stunts like this for a couple decades now. This broad got caught because she targeted one of their own.

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