FIND OUT WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE STATE OF REAL ESTATE
CNBC’s Diana Olick Travels Across the Country with Coverage Throughout CNBC’s Business Day Programming and on CNBC.com
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 10, 2011—It could be the investment of a lifetime, but with the real estate market on a roller coaster ride is now the time? Is the price right?
Beginning, Monday, March 14th, throughout CNBC’s Business Day programming and on CNBC.com , CNBC’s Diana Olick travels across the country for a week-long series, “Spring Realty Check: Opportunity Knocks.” From Boston and Miami to Seattle, Los Angeles and Chicago, Olick will give viewers the real deal on the real estate market including sales, prices, foreclosures, inventory, and where each particular market stands in the recovery cycle.
In addition, CNBC will feature some of the most expensive properties listed, as well as what buyers can get for $750,000 in each market. Plus, Olick reports stories from each city that will help give shape to the national real estate trends.
CNBC.com will be offering a comprehensive "Investor's Guide to Spring Real Estate," complete with expert advice on real estate, housing and mortgages, polls and a variety of tools to help both buyers and sellers.
CNBC.com will also be taking an in-depth look at key topics including examining if home ownership still makes financial sense; why the apartment building sector is getting hotter and beaten-down home builder stocks are ready to rally.
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