Some housing markets are beginning to stir, be they ever so humbly micro-markets. That's one conclusion drawn by the a ULI San Francisco panel, which dug into some of the details of nascent recovery, and what might be ahead. Some lessons learned and strategies offer insights to other markets responding to pockets of job growth. And looking ahead to better days, one panelist pressed developers and investors to harvet at least a portion of projects-in-progress to headge against surprises.
Read coverage of the lessons learned and strategies shared by the panelists at this event in the article titled, "Who Wants to Build a House in this Market?"