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The former chief economist of the NAR, David Lereah, infamously wrote a book in December of 2007.
>An invaluable book . . . Today’s real estate markets are booming and Lereah makes a convincing case for why the real estate expansion will continue into the next decade. This book should prove to be a truly practical guide for any household looking to create wealth in real estate. —DEWEY DAANE, FORMER GOVERNOR OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD OF GOVERNORS
>Meanwhile, Yun says home prices "appear in no danger of any meaningful decline" given an ongoing housing shortage and swift selling, with listed homes generally seeing a contract signed within one month.
I can't be the only one who remembers that last NAR Chief Economist, and his famous book published in 2007.
I can't believe you left out David Lereah, Chief Economist of the National Association of Realtors, who wrote a book entitled:
Why the Real Estate Boom Will Not Bust - And How You Can Profit from It: How to Build Wealth in Today's Expanding Real Estate Market
LOL, let's remind ourselves of just how visionary NAR is: This is from the NAR Chief Economist David Lereah in 2007.
Yep. In fact, David Lereah, the former chief "economist" of the NAR, published a book in 2006 entitled "Why the real estate book will not bust and how you can profit from it."
Why the Real Estate Boom Will Not Bust - And How You Can Profit from It, by David Lereah, Chief Economist at NAR, Pub Date 2007