Did Ben Carson just mistake an REO for an Oreo?

PORTER: No, not an Oreo. An REO. R-E-O. CARSON: Real estate. Carson responded to reports that he did. Ben Carson (@SecretaryCarson) May 21, 2019 He also expressed his knowledge on the issue and the.

– Ben Carson (@SecretaryCarson) May 21, 2019 But perhaps the gaffe doesn’t speak as ill of the doc-turned-housing-policy-head as it may seem. "In Carson’s defense the acronym soup of federal housing policy is indefensible and I don’t use any of it in my writing it [sic] I can help it," tweeted Atlantic CityLab reporter Kriston Capps.

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A day earlier, Waters’ committee also was a class in oversight for Carson, and a chance for Democrats to question the former neurosurgeon’s qualifications to serve as secretary of Housing and.

Inventory keeps contracting as higher rates deter sellers: Redfin Higher home prices risk closing door on housing momentum  · HousingWire Content on Real estate. pending home sales in Manhattan spiked 27% in April from a year ago, reaching the highest level of signed contracts since the spring of 2015, as prices in.

 · A dozen times, Rep. Ayanna Pressley asked the witness for a yes or no answer on housing policy. Not once did Ben Carson, President Donald Trump’s housing secretary, give her one. Instead, he mocked her: "Yes or no, can you ask me some questions yourself and stop reading?" Other times, he repeated: "You already know the answer." "I know the answer," snapped Pressley.

Did Ben Carson just mistake an REO for an Oreo? Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson appeared not to recognize a commonly known real estate term during a congressional hearing on Tuesday.

Did Ben Carson only mistake an REO for an Oreo? May 21, 2019 RSS FEED No comments WASHINGTON – Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson seemed to be unknowingly of a simple housing tenure during a conference Tuesday, treacherous "real estate owned," or REO, with an Oreo cookie.

WASHINGTON – Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson appeared to be unaware of a basic housing term during a hearing Tuesday, confusing "real estate owned," or REO, with an Oreo cookie..

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Housing Secretary ben carson exchange with House Democrat Katie Porter in which he appeared to mix up the common foreclosure term "REO" with Oreo cookies prompted so much attention on social media on Tuesday that the cabinet member has offered to send a package of the popular chocolate-cream cookies her way.

Declining mortgage rates drive refis and new-home purchases With mortgage rates low and houses sadly overabundant. but they’re putting up roadblocks for would-be homebuyers. Alas, if they drive buyers out of the market, any additional slowdown in housing.Toronto home prices in record monthly drop as sales plunge TORONTO – Canada’s housing market saw another so-called payback sales drop in February, when the national average home price slumped by 5% from a year ago, after a surge in sales late last year from homebuyers looking to purchase ahead of this year’s new mortgage rules. The latest monthly.