Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

Editor's note: The housing bubble debate has grown louder in recent weeks. Rather than add to the mix of confusing stories that attempt to decide who's right and who's wrong, this four-part series takes a closer look at the numbers, what's happening in specific markets and how the media is relaying the message. (See Part 1: Making sense of a changing housing market, Part 2: No agreement on real estate market and Part 3: Some real estate markets are cooling.) In March 1991, the Los Angeles Times ran a story called, "The Big Chill," which described the turning real estate market in Southern California. After it ran, "Realtors were pissed off," said writer David Myers, who penned the controversial story. Despite the angst from the industry, Myers' analysis proved to be right on the mark as ...