WSJ Real Estate Triple Play

Saturday, December 10, 2005 | 11:38 AM

I gave the NYT props the other day for an epecially good issue; I almost never do that for the WSJ (because its a given).

But I did mean to get up a post on the Journal's Real Estate triple play this past Wednesday, along with their usual terrific graphics:

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Pending Home Sales Decline, Pointing to Market Slowdown

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Investors Retreat From Housing Market
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And lastly, Prices Take Off for San Francisco Office Buildings
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Are you telling me you still do not have a online WSJ subscription? Its not like I get paid for this endorsement, its simply must read Financial Journalism at a reasonable price.

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Sources:
Pending Home Sales Decline, Pointing to Market Slowdown
JAMES R. HAGERTY and JON E. HILSENRATH
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, December 7, 2005; Page A2
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB113387482606315039.html

Investors Retreat From Housing Market
Inventories Rise as Speculative Buying Slows
In Once-Hot Markets Like Phoenix and San Diego

RUTH SIMON
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, December 7, 2005; Page D1
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB113392311667515894.html

Prices Take Off for San Francisco Office Buildings
Fallout From Dot-Com Bust Proves Less Than Expected;
Testing the Fundamentals

CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, December 7, 2005; Page B6
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB113391426964915655.html

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My computer got hit with a bunch of malicious stuff around Q4 of 2004. I cleaned up the overwhelming majority of this, and now run Spybot and Symantec and take other precuations.

However, ever since this Q4 blitz on my PC, i have not been able to access my on-line WSJ subscription from my home broadband connection. No joke. I tried to figure this out and was stumped.

So i still read the WSJ online, only through Factiva (which also has other publications available on-line).


Posted by: nate | Dec 10, 2005 1:37:48 PM

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