Audio From Tim’s Appearance on The John Curley Show

Monday night I had a brief appearance on John Curley’s new radio program on 97.3 KIRO FM. Here’s the audio, in case anyone is interested (~11 minutes):

John seems to have a bit more confidence in my local housing expertise than he did in 2008. To be fair though, I didn’t actually get to meet him when I recorded that program, so I didn’t really get a good chance to make my case that it was a good time to wait.

  

About The Tim

Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

8 comments:

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    Jonness says:

    Great job Ellis! You come off as modest and knowledgeable. :)

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    ray pepper says:

    One of your best interviews!

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    LocalYokel says:

    If the brass at redfin don’t give you a raise…;)

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    EconE says:

    RE: ray pepper @ 4

    A whopper?

    Hardly. Spread out over millions of homeowners makes it a few thousand each.

    Drop in the bucket.

    Then, that money finds its way back to the banks, the banks claim all is well in bankingland and then pay themselves outsized bonuses.

    More of the same it seems.

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    matsayswhat says:

    Hah, I enjoyed how he poked fun that when you finally buy it’ll be time to “jump back in the water” :)

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    ray pepper says:

    RE: EconE @ 5

    Econe it will be a WHOPPER! The Flood gates are OPENING!

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    […] Curley and his listeners must have enjoyed my appearance on his 97.3 KIRO radio show last month, because he was gracious enough to have me on again […]

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