Yawn, Zack you're beginning to bore me!
WoW you got me good on that one, what was I thinking I must be a really stupid guy out of my league talking to you ZACK, wow being a successful Brokerage Owner one would figure I would have got a better edumacation
â€œyou're profession requires no formal education other than some laughable training classesâ€
Have you taken the real estate salesperson â€œtraining classesâ€ Zack? or are you once again talking out your @ss lolâ€¦ If you had you would know there are no realtor training classes, only pre-licensure courses which teach basics and how not to break laws. To survive a career agent must be very knowledgeable and strongly believes in continuing education classes and takes them regularly.
Truth is you sound bright with all the techno babble jargon you're using but I do my research and donâ€™t back down to math and big words. Lolâ€¦
Clearly you've been cutting and pasting data without knowing what youâ€™re talking about, Check your sources mister.
BTW I see people are proving you wrong all over the place ZACK http://www.trulia.com/voices/Market_Conditions/Do_people_rea
The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices are calculated monthly and published with a two month lag. http://www2.standardandpoors.com/portal/site/sp/en/us/page.t
More info about Case Shiller which is not used to predict the future of real estate but rather measure market historical changes:
More Case Shiller facts http://www2.standardandpoors.com/spf/pdf/index/SP_Case_Shill
You are using old data and historic events to predict at which exactly point in time in the future the market will change? Wow, you are good, lol...
So at what point will that happen Zack? Can you give me a date, month or year that change will happen? Go ahead, use your statistics and prove it to me, I have an open mind "Professor"!
This was a quote from you right?
"There can't be more clear proof that timing the stock market on any kind of long-term scale is impossible, but timing housing on a long scale is in fact much much easier."
I noticed you conveniently left out parts of the article which I have pasted below with credits:
"There can't be more clear proof that timing the stock market on any kind of long-term scale is impossible, but timing housing on a long scale is in fact much much easier. There is obviously a long lag in getting housing data, etc, but this kind of data can't be ignored, and its clearly possible to make smart purchase timings and now is clearly not a smart time to buy in terms of home price appreciation. - Mon Apr 28 2008, 11:31"
It looks to me like you stole this exact Quote, actually your reply from another trulia blogger called AJ, See: http://www.trulia.com/voices/profile/Just_Looking-10016-179645/
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