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[The Housing Helix Podcast] Brooklyn + Queens Market Overviews 1Q 2009

April 16, 2009 | 11:23 pm | Podcasts |

I briefly (those of you who know me, know what I mean by that – it’s a relative term) recapped the 1Q 2009 Brooklyn and Queens Market Overviews published today.

Here’s whats new on The Housing Helix Podcast

[Special Reports] Brooklyn + Queens Market Overviews 1Q 2009

You can subscribe in iTunes or simply listen to the podcast on my new blog The Housing Helix.



A Lot Of Professionals Are Crackpots

April 13, 2009 | 12:01 am | | Podcasts |

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Haunting In Connecticut (Accounting Style) and of course, Happy Thoughts

April 6, 2009 | 4:27 am | | Podcasts |

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[The Housing Helix Podcast] Haunting In Connecticut and Happy Thoughts

April 6, 2009 | 1:01 am | Podcasts |

This week, I talk about FASB relaxing their Mark-to-market rules, how appraiser interactions with the lending community hasn’t changed and Happy Thoughts – Are we able to look at the housing world objectively with so much of it under duress? in this week’s post:

Haunting In Connecticut (Accounting Style) and of course, Happy Thoughts

Take a listen to it – you can subscribe in iTunes or simply listen to the podcast on my new blog The Housing Helix.



[Introducing] The Housing Helix Podcast with Jonathan Miller

April 3, 2009 | 1:57 pm | Podcasts |

Because I don’t have enough to do, I’ve forayed into podcasting. I actually intended to start podcasting in 2005 but got sidetracked into this whole blogging thing. I am slowly figuring the technology out, and I’ve always wanted to do this and there is a lot to talk about when it comes to real estate.

I find myself listening to podcasts more often than music these days.

My rough plan, subject to change or whim, is to release a podcast at the beginning of each week to recap the prior week. When I release market reports or something significant comes up, I’ll provide a special podcast for that. I am already getting requests for interviews and that will definitely be incorporated into the content the coming weeks.

I came up with the name of the podcast because it represents how I view the whole swirl of information and living that surrounds housing. And of course, because it is semi-related to the word “Matrix” ’cause it has an “X” in it and suggests “Extreme” as in “Extreme Ironing.” (Hey, I’m being honest.)

So check out my new blog The Housing Helix and share your thoughts when inspired. And oh yeah, don’t forget to subscribe via iTunes.

Listen to you soon.



[Special Report] Manhattan Market Overview 1Q 2009

April 2, 2009 | 4:03 am | | Podcasts |

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[The Housing Helix Podcast] Manhattan Market Overview 1Q 2009

April 2, 2009 | 12:01 am | | Podcasts |

I briefly covered the key points in the 1Q 2009 Manhattan Market Overview I prepare for Prudential Douglas Elliman released today. Sorry about the audio quality – I am slowly figuring this thing out.

Here’s whats new on The Housing Helix Podcast:

[Special Report] Manhattan Market Overview 1Q 2009

You can subscribe in iTunes or simply listen to the podcast on my new blog The Housing Helix.



Catch-22: Fannie Mae, AMCs and a $39 suit

March 22, 2009 | 12:00 am | Milestones |

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An introduction to The Housing Helix

March 15, 2009 | 8:36 pm | Podcasts |

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