“We’re honored to be named a Customer Service Champion alongside outstanding brand leaders like Cadillac, Jaguar, Lexus, Lincoln and Mercedes-Benz,” Bert Selva.
“Denver has been a pioneer in the green building efforts, setting examples and showcasing new innovation with its many LEED projects,” Scott Horst.
“NREL said from the beginning that this building was part of their lab,” Rich von Luhrte, president of RNL, quoted in the Wall Street Journal.
“Housing prices will probably bottom in 2011,” Scott Simon, a managing director at money-management firm Pimco in Newport Beach, Calif., as quoted in the Wall Street Journal.
“If somebody asked me to bet $1,000 on the odds of interest rates going up one point or homes decreasing in value by 10 percentage in the next year, I would take the bet on rates rising,” Lane Hornung.
“We call them $400,000 homes on million-dollar sites,” Gene Myers.
“The Catch-22 for 2011 is that while accelerating foreclosure sales will help clear the oversupply of distressed properties and return balance to the market in the long run, in the short term a high percentage of foreclosure sales will continue to weigh down home prices, ” James J. Saccacio
If rents go up enough, some tenants will decide to buy, Gordon Von Stroh.
“We continue to see plenty of situations in which a homeowner has to move away, but decides that now is not a good time to sell. So, that property ends up being rented out and the inventory goes up, giving renters the opportunity to bargain hunt.”
“The new year is off to a good start for the luxury market with a lot of interest by buyers who have been sitting on the fence over the past couple of years,” Chris Mygatt.