Real Estate Today opens doors for buyers and sellers with critical and credible information on the real estate market. It’s fast paced and fact packed with experts, interviews, call-ins, field reports, and timely market conditions.
George Ratiu is the Director of Housing and Commercial Research at THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
Peter West is a REALTOR® with Bishop West Real Estate, which serves Massachusetts, Vermont, New York and Florida. Peter has been a REALTOR® for 30 years, specializing in investment properties and development. He carries many of NAR’s advanced certifications, including the CCIM – the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation.
Home design elements come and go…but which ones are trending – and which ones aren’t? That’s what Hot or Not is all about! Helping you get in on cutting edge features, design and more – in your own home. Joining us now with Hot or Not – is Melissa Dittmann Tracey, author of REALTOR® Magazine’s popular Styled Staged & Sold blog.
Mary Love is a REALTOR® and Broker In Charge at the Love The Green brokerage, as well as Town Mountain Property Management, in Asheville, North Carolina. She is certified by NAR as a Green real estate agent, just one of her many designations and certifications. In 2016, Mary won the highest energy efficiency award in real estate, when she received the Evergreen Award from THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. And as I mentioned, Mary teaches real estate pros and real estate investors about buying green.
Orlando, Florida based Cynthia Shelton is the former president of the Florida REALTORS®. She has been in the business for 40 years, and in 2015, she was the recipient of THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® 2015 Distinguished Service Award. Cynthia is the Sr. Managing Director of the Investments and Capital Markets division at Land Quest Commercial Real Estate, in Central Florida!
Back again now with our special on how to invest in real estate. Walking you step-by-step through the whole process of adding real estate to your portfolio.
We’re going to close out this hour of the show with the look at why. Why do people invest in real estate? There are so many choices out there, and yet again and again people line up to buy residential and commercial properties, and add those to their investment portfolio.
Ask any one of them, and they’ll tell you: there are two main reasons.
Lawrence Yun is Chief Economist at THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
Peter West is a REALTOR® with Bishop Real Estate, which serves Massachusetts, Vermont, New York and Florida. Peter has been a REALTOR® for 30 years, specializing in investment properties and development. He carries many of NAR’s advanced certifications, including the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation.
We’re talking about one of the best pieces of Home Technology ever to be invented, for the American Home. But it’s not new. It’s been around for 70 years! And I’m talking about the good old rooftop antenna.
Krista Clark is a REALTOR® and Broker Associate with Century 21 Signature, in Des Moines Iowa. Krista is the past president of the Des Moines area association of REALTORS®, and is deeply involved in real estate leadership, at the local, state and national levels. This year, Krista is serving as a Commercial and Business Specialties Liaison, at THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. And Krista was also honored with NAR’s prestigious ‘30 under 30’ award in 2014!
Melissa Dittmann Tracey is our host of the ‘Hot or Not” segment here at Real Estate Today, is going to walk us through some of the biggest changes in kitchen design this year.
We’re back again now with our special “Investing in the Spring Market!” An in-depth look at you, your future and your investment portfolio. And what real estate might mean to all of it!
We’re going to wrap up today’s show with a look at how real estate can help grow your household wealth over time.
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