higher priced housing is starting to move

NewDay12 | Dec 17, 2012 02:50 PM ET RE Agents: Also don`t point out the one example or the one market that is doing well. I used to work in a shady boiler room out of college and we all knew the product suck...we used to get beat down and a have a manager talk about "back in his day" or the one rep "who made it"....lol...lol. EVERYDAY FOR THE LAST 20 YEARS IS NOT A DEFAULT GOOD DAY TO BUY...SOME WERE SOME WEREN`T. In NYS you can buy a $50 "book for dummies" and take a RE test for $300 and BAM...you a RE agent....not trusting you...sorry.... Go make another cold call.....not buying....not taking your call......have fun at your cr@ppy job.......NO COMISSION FOR YOU :-) :-) RE investors have a game plan....agents are the gum on the bottom of their shoes looking for a hand out.

TEA_BAGGING_IDIOT | Dec 17, 2012 04:48 PM ET Heh heh. Real Estate agents are scum.

somedude4 | Dec 17, 2012 04:55 PM ET sidfeinberg Who cares what the neighbors think or feel? Up sizing simply because everyone else is doing it is stupid. Anytime you need a home to live in is a good time to buy one.

somedude4 | Dec 17, 2012 04:57 PM ET Buy only what you need and can afford.

EugeneDAlessio | Dec 17, 2012 06:18 PM ET The hedge funds are driving the home prices up here in sunny Tampa Fl......they`re competing with the rental markets and everyone is doing it because no one is buying but them and a few investors....they bid against each other with the billions they make in the corrupt stock markets that they control

RenderingPlant | Dec 17, 2012 08:14 PM ET Hey Guys, Dig this........Somebody do some reseach and see if you can link this info with Eltut`s from page 1. SANDY HOOK is an old Nike atomic missle base on a spit of land across New York Harbor from Breezy Point, NY. Sandy Hook is in New Jersey. You can Google it and see the current lay of the land. Hurricane Sandy stripped the sand off of the beaches on Sandy Hook, NJ.

MARKET_MANIPULATOR | Dec 17, 2012 08:59 PM ET the reason the mansions are coming back is? they don`t pay enough taxes on a percentage basis of there income, and if they are employers, they don`t pay their help enough either. A true republican would be a tax dodger and pay their help $1.00 per hr. if they could get away with it.

BrianBallsOfSteel | Dec 17, 2012 09:11 PM ET dumb comments...I read the article and think...Ok, so higher priced housing is starting to move...maybe...after years of doldrums...not all bad...frankly, it is about time...

BrianBallsOfSteel | Dec 17, 2012 09:25 PM ET I have friends in the construction business and they are selling houses like hotcakes...this is what happens when the market neither skyrockets nor does it crash.... a far different situation than in silicon valley which has been WAY overpriced for years...people adapt...it is a local issue....and of no consequence nationwide... Although I wouldnt mind living in that area...nice place...which explains why housing is high...oh well...

ThomasReagan | Dec 17, 2012 10:05 PM ET This article is for one reason. Because the false economy and fake market NEEDS the housing market to rebound. Otherwise their fairy tale will end:(






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