LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 10, 2008
As the sale of new homes reaches an 18-year low, a growing number of the public and those within the industry are looking for a new perspective on trends as well as advice on what to do within the real estate market. Martin Sumichrast takes a fresh look at real estate issues such as how to wisely invest in today's market, what legislators should be doing to help the problem and in general how to fare well in the downturn. The Sumichrast Report also delves into the world of private equity.
As a forum for open discussion, internationally recognized businessman Martin Sumichrast, son of the late Dr. Michael Sumichrast, former NAHB Chief Economist, is lending his expertise online through his articles on his blog website, The Sumichrast Report. Blog readers will be able to learn how to reduce risk in finance particularly in the areas of real estate and private equity.
"The Sumichrast Report is an outlet for me to express my passion, tough talk and straight shooting on the topics that I know the most: real estate, finance and entrepreneurship. I will draw from my experiences during the past 21 years. I will ask friends and colleagues to pitch in to make The Sumichrast Report truly helpful (and entertaining) for readers who have questions relating to such topics as buying or selling a house, financing your business or starting a new company," commented Martin Sumichrast.
As the global economy enters a new frontier, unprecedented in history, The Sumichrast Report will provide valuable, practical information readers can adopt for their own financial decision-making.
About Martin Sumichrast:
Co-author of multiple books in finance, including "Opportunities in Financial Careers," Martin brings a wealth of experience in the financial markets. Internationally renowned, he was involved in the re-emergence of Eastern and Central Europe after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Chinese expansion into the US capital markets. You can learn more about Martin at http://www.TheSumichrastReport.com.