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California Real Estate Bubble to Bust?

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Is the California real estate bubble about to bust?  Probably not…but after seeing realtor Wendy Heath selling real estate on this controverisal Long Beach billboard , I certainly have one bust on my mind.

(get it?)

There have been some reports that housing sales are down, in some cases by double digits, but in Ms. Heath’s case, her double digits are just fine.

(get it?)

I know interest rates are getting larger, but they certainly aren’t as large as

 (OK, you get it.  Ms. Heath, a graduate of Loyola Marymount University, is a real estate broker wearing a bikini to get my attention.)

(And I know that, in proper English, interest rates are going "higher," not getting "larger," but then the euphemism wouldn’t work, right?)

9 Comments

  1. jpillow24

    Hahaha! That’s Ms. Heath’s way of getting prospective buyer’s attention. Her strategy might just prove that california real estate is indeed cooling that Ms. Heath considered converting the bubble to bust. It worked for her, maybe.

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    Hahaha! That’s Ms. Heath’s way of getting prospective buyer’s attention. Her strategy might just prove that california real estate is indeed cooling that Ms. Heath considered converting the bubble to bust. It worked for her, maybe. public claim adjuster

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