They are biased and opinionated, full of self-interest, as well as incomplete research.
Why wouldn't we trust them?
Your best bet IMO is to speak with a local real estate agent/broker to get the most accurate information.
D & I International Realty
As per my suggestion, we cannot fully trust the newspapers for the Accurate Real Estate Advice. But we can take few tips from the newspapers regarding the real estate advice.The newspaper or such media's advice are sometimes biased, optioned and incomplete.
Thank you once again...:)
For accuracy you are better off interchanging with the real estate professionals.
They have the daily street experience and all the tools to give you the numbers and facts of what is going on well in advance of any press report.
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The unfortunate truth is, folks read and trust the resources that tell them what they want to hear. Yes, some folks thrive on bad news and sensational journalism. The more segmented and polaraized we make our sources of information, the high the vitriol goes.
Personally, I don't trust media resources for real estate advice because they invariably quote Zillow, RealtyTrac or Trulia as sources. Need more be said?