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Valuation Blog 7.27.2013

Tom O’Grady, CEO of Pro Teck Valuation Services, presented at the International Conference on Collateral Risk: Moderating Housing Cycles and their Systemic Impact, held July 31st through August 1s…

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Valuation Blog 6.4.2013

In Part One of this three part series we discussed how we can detect when institutional investors are active in a market. In Part Two we looked at specific examples from the Atlanta area.

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Valuation Blog 5.28.2013

In Part One of this series we looked at housing market signs that signal the arrival of hedge funds in a market.  Today we will explore particular communities within the Atlanta market.

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Valuation Blog 5.24.2013

Last year was the first in which major institutional investors (hedge funds) operated on a large enough scale to change major real estate markets.

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Valuation Blog 5.3.2013

Pro Teck Valuation Services will be exhibiting at the MBA’s National Secondary Market Conference & Expo 2011, May 5 – 8 at the New York City Marriott Marquis.

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Valuation Blog 4.17.2013

Pro Teck is saddened by the tragic event that took place Monday during the 117th running of the Boston Marathon.

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Valuation Blog 3.21.2013

Pro Teck’s Home Value Forecast Examines Chicago and Phoenix to define underlying differences
Pro Teck Valuation Services’ Home Value Forecast (HVF) examines why home prices in some markets have be…

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Valuation Blog 2.27.2013

February’s Update highlights the differences in single-family prices per square foot (PPSF) and the speed of rising and falling home prices in several California markets; top ten list also includes …

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Valuation Blog 1.24.2013

January’s Update Highlights Positive Cycle for Boston’s Home Prices
Pro Teck Valuation Services’ January Home Value Forecast (HVF) Update examines how many of the U.S.

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Valuation Blog 2.22.2012

February’s Home Value Forecast highlights enhanced scoring system to define and rank real estate market conditions on CBSA, zip code, and neighborhood level.

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