Jed Kolko

Jed Kolko: Urban Cores Increasingly Young, Rich, Childless, and White

By Candy Evans / October 13, 2016 / 1 Comment

When it comes to real estate trends, no one knows them better than Jed Kolko. I say that not because I have been to dinner with him, and met him at Inman & NAREE several times while he was Chief Economist and VP of Analytics at Trulia, the online real estate site that merged with Zillow, […]

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Is Dallas Overvalued? And Why is Fort Worth a Market to Watch? Trulia Breaks Down What to Expect in 2014

By Joanna England / December 16, 2013 / 4 Comments

Trulia’s Chief Economist, Jed Kolko, isn’t necessarily infalliable, but he does have an interesting perspective more often than not. His views on the broader economy are often spot-on, though, which really puzzles me on his recent forecast for 2014 that says increases in home values will slow next year, and that many of the markets […]

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Between Dallas and NYC, “Cozy” is a Relative Term, says Trulia Economist Jed Kolko

By Joanna England / May 20, 2013 / 2 Comments

We’re seeing Jed Kolko’s name pop up all over the place nowadays. This time it was in this Wall Street Journal piece comparing how the word “cozy” is often used to denote “small” properties in real estate markets. “Cozy is one of those words that means very different things in different markets. Cozy in Texas […]

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Between Dallas and NYC, "Cozy" is a Relative Term, says Trulia Economist Jed Kolko

By Joanna England / May 20, 2013 / 1 Comment

We’re seeing Jed Kolko’s name pop up all over the place nowadays. This time it was in this Wall Street Journal piece comparing how the word “cozy” is often used to denote “small” properties in real estate markets. “Cozy is one of those words that means very different things in different markets. Cozy in Texas […]

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Survey Says … Trulia Economist Asked Homeowners What Their Biggest Regret is as National Housing Market Shows Signs of Rebound

By Joanna England / April 23, 2013 / 0 Comments

More and more homeowners are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, and as the downward trajectory of the housing market turns upward, they are also seeing missed opportunities. Jed Kolko, Trulia’s chief economist, says in a Wall Street Journal interview that national home prices are up 7.2 percent annually and that most […]

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