A look at San Francisco, New York and Miami
by Octavio Nuiry | Jul 1
Local real estate veteran shares how city is bouncing back
by Octavio Nuiry | Aug 19
Report: Defaults on bubble-era loans draining insurance fund
by Inman | Nov 6
Real estate prices in 11 of 20 markets fall to new lows
by Inman | Feb 22
About Us: People in Real Estate
by Mary Umberger | May 3
Company embarks on 'brand positioning' campaign
by Glenn Roberts Jr. | Apr 2
Market, other factors lead some Realtors to new careers
by Inman | Apr 21
Consolidation, cost cutting keys to survival
by Matt Carter | Jan 9
Part 1: Lessons learned in past downturns
by Glenn Roberts Jr. | Oct 10
Real estate tech brief
by Inman | Oct 10
How far home prices will fall is anybody's guess
by Dian Hymer | Apr 14
Part 1: Capitalizing on new market conditions
by Bernice Ross | Apr 11
Consumer, labor groups slam tax breaks for builders, banks
by Matt Carter | Apr 10

Mark Fleming, chief economist at First American Core Logic, gives a reading on where we are in this housing cycle. In this January 2008 interview, Fleming says foreclosure trends will signal the first signs of a turnaround, and so far they hadn’t let up. Like many others, Fleming doesn’t see the downturn reversing any time this year.

by Inman | Mar 11

Patrick Stone, CEO of The Stone Group, joins InmanTV to share insight into the life of this housing downturn. Stone expects markets will likely hit bottom in 2008, but it’s not going to be an easy lift out. People will need houses, though, and he points out some positive forces working for real estate.

by Jessica Swesey | Feb 29