I have been bombarded with year end data and recaps on the housing market, so I thought I would address something even more important and critical to the real estate economy…

Housing market t-shirts.

In August of 2005, there was a new t-shirt on the scene that got a lot of attention for its housing bubble reference. I printed that image out and hung it in our office.

Well, in perhaps a sign (questionable) that we have reached bottom (haven’t decided if I am referencing the housing market or taste), there are some new choices entering the fray that provide a housing market message that is contrary to the original.

There is yet another t-shirt company trying to cash in on the housing market (?) that has emerged, wearing (sorry) a different message.

Makers of Led Zeppelin (“market is falling” pun intended) t-shirts have found a new niche.



3 Responses to “T-shirt Market Contrarians: Stairway To Housing?”

  1. Dave says:

    Perhaps the market for these anti-bubble t’s — created by a Jacksonville FL real-estate advertising firm — are all the idle Florida RE agents and flippers.

  2. I put out a shirt in 2004 and gave it to all of my buyer clients. It was later featured in the Wall Street Journal:

    FRANK LL0SA- Owner/Broker/Realtor, Northern Virginia Blog.FranklyRealty.com

  3. I put out a shirt in 2004 and gave it to all of my buyer clients. It was later featured in the Wall Street Journal:

    The front stated: “I bought a House! During the 04 Bubble!” And on the back: “And all I got was this Lousy T-Shirt!!” from my Realtor.

    The last post didn’t let me show the image, but I can link to it. See the tshirt here.

    FRANK LL0SA- Owner/Broker/Realtor, Northern Virginia Blog.FranklyRealty.com