I apologize for how sparse it’s been here in Survival lately. I’m up to my neck in a project (housing-related, as opposed to last spring’s opus on political consulting and the extraordinary life of a well-traveled San Diego son, George Gorton).
But I’ve noticed some great questions you’ve been asking in e-mails and in the comments. (Woo, comments!)
Gman seeks a breakdown by neighborhood of foreclosure filings. Mac wants to see more of the micro-market reporting and not just the countywide numbers, like in our Neighborhood Market stories. stephen mccamman seeks to understand what the market would’ve looked like without the meteoric appreciation of a few years ago. A few readers have e-mailed me this week to ask if they’re crazy for thinking of buying instead of renting (like in today’s Wall Street Journal story, which discusses the shrinking gap between the cost of renting and buying in some markets nationwide).
So here’s your chance. Post a comment below, and help dictate what stories I write in the coming weeks after I wrap up my project. Ask your questions, help answer each other’s, and I’ll chime in as much as I can. And you can always drop me a line via e-mail: email@example.com.
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