Sonoma Housing Bubble

Pulling the cork out of Sonoma's bubbly housing foolishness

Friday, March 03, 2006

Who Cares About Sonoma's Housing Bubble?

For your viewing pleasure I thought some people reading might want to know who else cares about the unreal estate bubble in Sonoma. (list updated regularly)

People come here each day from all over, but these are some interesting organizations that have Sonoma Housing Bubble blog readers.


Resolution Trust Corporation (aka FDIC)
Comptroller of the Currency
El Yeager Construction
First Republic Bank
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
Bankserv
Bank of America
KB Home
London School of Economics and Political Science
Continental Airlines
Zelle & Larson
Kenyon and Kenyon
Cowles Publishing
Public Utilities Commision
Army Information Systems Command
Avalon Entertainment
California Institute of Technology
University of California, Irvine
Click! Network
Structural GenomiX
Bureau of the Census
Salomon Smith Barney
American Home Mortgage
Versatel Deutschland
Apple Computer
K. Hovnanian Enterprises
STSN GENERAL HOLDINGS
Consult Dynamics
Alion Science and Technology
Fidelity National Information Services
Val Realty Management Co Inc
Green Point Mortgage
Amazon.com
Costar International
Moody's Corp
Southern Research Institute
Swiss Bank Corporation
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
Executive Office of Asset Forefeiture
Siemens Business Solutions
Honeywell
ING Barings
Babcock & Brown
Countrywide home loans
Japan Softbank
Moody's Investors Corp
Cahill Gordon & Reindel
Banque AIG (London)
U.S. DOJ (dept. of justice)
HOMESTAR MORTGAGE SERVICES
Morrison & Foerster
R A F Investment
Citicorp Global
Accenture
McKinsey & Company
State Compensation Insurance Fund
Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company
OBanion Ritchey
USA TODAY
Chase Manhattan Bank
Insurance Powerhouse- Johnson & Higgins
GMAC Mortgage Corp
NASA
American Express
Fulton County Government
US General Accounting Office
Federal Reserve Board
Bear Stearns
New York Times
FLORSHEIM HOMES
Goldman, Sachs
Fanniemae (that's huge by the way)
U.S. State Department
Dept. of Veterans Affairs
Twentieth Century Fox
Sisters of Providence
North Dakota State University
Infonet Services
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Department of Transportation (CA)
Rapiston Remag
Sumitomo Bank
Scios
Friedman, Billings
Washington Mutual
PalmDrive Hospital
Verio
Senate of Pennsylvania
Knowledgenet
Charles Schwab
Symantec
Lawrence Livermore Labs
Hitachi
Cornell University
Harvard University
Xenergy
Delta Design
Dain Rauscher
The SoftAD Group
American Home Shield
Nate Mecham
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Vivendi Universal
Interactive Publishing
Gilead
Affiliated Computer Services
ERESEARCH TECHNOLOGY
Nielsen Media Research
Pasquini Imports
HILTON HOTEL CORPORATION
Federal Express Corporation
Information Resources Management Administration
CALIX NETWORKS
USC
HP
UCSF
Conner Homes
Learning Tools International
Metro Newspapers
Advanced Projects International
The Meow Mix Company
Broward County Public Schools
RCN Corporation
CWLab
County of Marin
City of Burlingame
Electric Lightwave
Addis Group
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Stanford University
Department of Interior
Ameritech
FEMA
Miller Tabak LLC
AOL
CWC
SONY NORTH AMERICA
Creative Network Innovations
Mercedes Homes
MCKESSON
BristolParkMedicalGroup
WebPerception
Pfizer
Stewart Title
City of Seattle
sertanational.com
University of California, Los Angeles
State offices of North Carolina
Ernst and Young LLP
ANALOG DEVICES
State offices of- WEST VIRGINIA
COURTYARD CHICO
First Team Real Estate
Sun Microsystems
Yahoo!
Intellispace
Card Service International
Microsoft
Oracle
Intel
CB Richard Ellis
City & County of San Francisco
Chicago Board of Trade
Southern Research Institute

7 Comments:

At 3/03/2006 04:43:00 PM , Blogger moonvalley said...

I just love this blog.
While we talk about these crazy loans, the deflation of the RE bubble, and the negative savings rate of the typical American consumer I was amazed to see this story today about someone who was worried about becoming a f'd Borrower and attempted to pay off their credit card...non hilarity ensued...
who ever thought that the Dept of Homeland Security would be so scared of someone becoming debt free.

 
At 4/08/2006 10:57:00 PM , Blogger randolfe said...

Is this listing generated automatically or are you copying from referrer logs? Just curious I'd like to do something similar to Capitalism 2.0

--Randy H

 
At 4/08/2006 11:46:00 PM , Blogger Athena said...

Just sent you an email Randy. These come from the daily stats from sitemeter.

 
At 4/14/2006 12:25:00 PM , Blogger randolfe said...

Thanks athena!

I'm collecting sitemeter data now too. Very interesting who comes by. I especially like that I can see how many and who has downloaded resources I put up, like my Bubblizer model. Apparently lots of mortgage brokers want to see just how good they are at screwing F-d Buyers.

 
At 4/14/2006 12:32:00 PM , Blogger Athena said...

I need to download it too ... but have to do it on another computer. this one won't let me run the macros. ;-)

Did you know there is an Executive Office of Asset Forfeiture in D.C.?

they've been cruising the blogs it looks like... hmmm... I wonder what they have learned from sites like ours?

 
At 1/03/2007 12:27:00 AM , Blogger Donna Piranha said...

I love "Unreal Estate". Thank you for that gem.

 
At 7/10/2008 03:21:00 AM , Blogger Lesly said...

I find your blog very interesting. The thing is that I have been looking for a company that provides home warranty protection services. And here I found American Home Shield. The company seemed to be the right choice. But recently I also happened to bump at www.pissedconsumer.com, where I checked out the customers’ reviews concerning the company. In fact, not all of them are positive.

 

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