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Real Restate Recovery – Residential Rental Portfolio

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CNBC interview with Warren Buffett CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, February 27, 2012
Synopsis:
Appearing live on CNBC's Squawk Box, Buffett tells Becky Quick he'd buy up "millions" of single family homes if it were practical to do so. Warren Buffett says along with equities, single-family homes are a very attractive investment right now. If held for a long period of time and purchased at low rates, Buffett says houses are even better than stocks. He advises buyers to take out a 30-year mortgage and refinance if rates go down.


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U.S Experiencing Mild Recovery

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CNBC Interview with Jamie Dimon, CEO Chase, January 9, 2012
Synopsis:
Diamond stated “If you look at all the sectors, corporate, middle market, small business consumer, for the most part, they are better than they were a year ago and we even think housing is probably at or near the bottom, you look at rental prices, supply and demand, household formation, so I'm hoping we have a growing economy and jobs."

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Housing Could Surprise

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CNBC Interview with Jack Welch retired CEO of GE, January 9, 2012
Synopsis:
Welch believes housing is an area of optimism. He said a combination of low prices and record-low interest rates have helped the battered real estate market hit bottom and get ready to rebound, perhaps even stronger than many economists expect. "Housing has pretty well bottomed and rental prices are going up. Vacancies are almost non-existent," he said. "So you've got a lot of forces driving toward the housing market. Prices are down, interest rates are down, the affordability index is good...We think it could be a blowout. Housing could be really good based on all the dynamics that are out there."

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Buy, Sell, or Rent

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CNBC report with CNBC Real Estate Correspondent Diana Olick, August 2, 2012
Synopsis:
Foreclosures are in high demand. Rental vacancy are at their lowest levels in more than a decade and asking rent is up 5% year over year. There are 2.1 million homes current in the foreclosure process. There are also 3.6 million more loans past due. This means many more foreclosures will be going on the market. According to Fannie Mae only 22% of its foreclosures are listed on the market. Hence, there will be many more investment properties available for purchase in the near future.

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You Can Steal a House Right Now

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Segment from CNBC interview with real estate mogul Donald Trump and Jeremy Siegel of Wharton School, July 24, 2012
Synopsis:
Trump and Siegel said peoplecan buy houses for a steal and housing will be a major plus for overall economy over next two years. Trump says if you are looking to buy houses this is the time to do it. Siegal states that internationally we are about the cheapest in the world. Affordabilty indexes are at all time highs and mortgages are at lows. Siegal cites the Economist which says that the United States real estate market is 15 to 20% underpriced on the basis of rental price ratios.

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Cramer's "Bright Spot" in the Market: Housing

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Segment from Jim Cramer's show Mad Money (2:15 to 8:00 mark of video discusses housing), May 10, 2012
Synopsis:
Cramer believes that all the indicators show the housing market is on the upswing. He believes domestic housing is the most positive sector of all right now. All the national home builders are having increased activity and their stocks are rising (keep in mind their stocks all fell before the housing crash. Lumber and drywall company stocks are going up because of increase in homebuilding. Sherwin Williams, DuPont, and Owens Corning are all seeing their stocks prices rise. Cramer believes the homebuilder company's rising stocks coupled with the other sectors related to housing seeing increases in share prices are a strong indicator that housing prices will rise at a decent rate in the near future. Finally Cramer points out that even Fannie Mae is turning a profit and if this is the case that housing sector must be doing alright.

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Investors Get Creative with Hot Rental Market

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Diana Olick, CNBC, June 20, 2012
Synopsis:
Such high investor demand has caused the S&P to look into creating a new housing related security. Investors have been buying foreclosed properties in bulk and sometimes creating REITS to acquire more properties. The new proposal would create a new security backed by pools of previously foreclosed rental properties. It would be similar to a mortgage backed security, but instead of mortgage payments providing cash flow to investors the rent would provide the cash flow. The properties could be owned by banks, investors, or even the federal government.

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