Check out the Indoor Waterfall in Luxury Real Estate in New Hampshire

Indoor Waterfall

If I were looking for a home in the New Hampshire real estate market I would definitely take a look at this property that is modern, spacious, and features its own indoor waterfall. Of course, with its $4.95 million dollar price tag it is about $4.8 million over my budget. But, perhaps this could be your dream home. … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2009

Survey Says Congress Will Fail in Economic Crisis An overwhelming majority of Americans believe Congress and other government policymakers will fail in their efforts to get the U.S. economy straightened out and halt the foreclosure epidemic, according to a new Predictor Poll. The online survey was completed Sunday and it found that 81% of those polled do not feel that Congress will be able to get control of the foreclosure epidemic, which … [Read more...]

News Releases from Housing Predictor

News releases are posted from the newest to the oldest. The news releases posted here are for the use of news organizations, web site owners and bloggers, who want to keep their visitors up to date on the latest Housing Predictor news. They are provided here for you to copy and paste on to your online web sites and for the use of other off-line news organizations. Housing Forecast to Improve in 2010 Release date: 11/18/09 Housing … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2007

Are you worried about the economic future of the U.S.? Survey Shows Majority Worried About Economic Future A large majority of online respondents say they are worried about the economic future of the U.S. Slightly more than 3 out of 4 surveyed say they are worried. The online survey conducted during December, 2007 and completed in January, 2008 found that 76% of all those surveyed said they are worried about the nation’s economic future. … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Poll Results 2009

Predictor Poll Results 2009 Survey Shows America Wants Claw-Backs Apparently sick and tired of the way the U.S. government is handling the economy, more than 2 out of 3 surveyed say they want Congress to institute new laws to force corporate executives to return money they received as bonuses in the financial crisis, according to the latest Housing Predictor poll. Some 67% want Congress to pass legislation requiring bankers, Corporate … [Read more...]

News Releases from Housing Predictor

News releases are posted from the newest to the oldest. The news releases posted here are for the use of news organizations, web site owners and bloggers, who want to keep their visitors up to date on the latest Housing Predictor news. They are provided here for you to copy and paste on to your online web sites and for the use of other off-line news organizations. Poll Shows Public Wants Jobs Program Date Released: 02/08/2010 The U.S. … [Read more...]

Housing Predictor Opinion Poll Results

Huge Majority Want Government to Stay Out of Foreclosure Crisis Despite the strong likelihood that it would develop a full-fledged economic depression, more than 3 out of 4 polled say they want the U.S. government to stop interfering with the foreclosure crisis and allow it to run its course. A huge 78% of those surveyed said they want the epidemic of foreclosures sweeping the nation to run its course, despite the impact it would have on the … [Read more...]

Fixer Upper King Reveals Secrets

Matt Stansfield is the Fixer-Upper King. He just finished his last fixer upper, and after nearly 20 years of making his living doing fixers Matt is hanging up his hammer, retiring with more than $1.5 million in cash. After a national real estate boom that has seen appreciation rise to record levels in many markets over the past five years, the fixer upper is taking on a renewed interest for many wannabe real estate investors, but Stansfield … [Read more...]

How Long Will it Take to See Light at the End of the Tunnel

By Mike Colpitts Editor The question everyone has these days is, "How much more will housing prices fall?" The answer to that question lies in the answer to a bigger question all together: How long will it take world credit markets to become functional? Local housing markets economic strengths weigh heavily on local job conditions and other regional dynamics such as business growth and development. Never before in U.S. history have we … [Read more...]

Half of US Homes Underwater

A newly released survey shows that more than half of all U.S. homes with a mortgage are underwater or owe more on their homes than the current value of their property. The study is the strongest indicator yet that efforts made by the Obama administration are doing little to aid U.S. homeowners in the worst housing downturn since the Great Depression. Some 54% of those surveyed said their homes are underwater on their mortgages. Other surveys, … [Read more...]