Geoff McIntosh

Broker and Owner of Main Street Realtors in Long Beach

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Geoff McIntosh on KCRW

The slump in the housing market is a threat to the economy as a whole. What’s keeping the bottom from falling out is the increased purchasing power of immigrants.

Are Immigrants The Cornerstone of the Housing Market?

The slump in the housing market is a threat to the economy as a whole. What’s keeping the bottom from falling out is the increased purchasing power of immigrants.

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