Thank you Larry


I've learned a great deal over the years from your posts and know that many others have as well. Your insights and analyses on the bubble and housing prices have been unique and a fantastic resource. I've also gotten quite the laugh from them (turnkey kangaroo courts and all). It is truly amazing that you're able to put out such detailed posts daily. Your efforts took IHB to a new level and for that, I am very grateful. From Inventory Cholesterol to Castle In the Sky, it has been quite the ride over the past few years – the thrill and attention when you published The Great Housing Bubble, the creation of the brokerage, the launch of your fund, standing up to bullies, etc. Thank you for partnering with me and helping to make IHB a trusted resource for our readers. I sincerely appreciate your dedication to this blog and I have no doubt you'll continue to put out great work.

All the best,

Omkar (zovall)

4 thoughts on “Thank you Larry

  1. IrvineRenter

    Thank you, Omkar, for the kind words. I enjoyed writing for the IHB, and I hope you will carry on.


  2. NowIrvineRenter

    I’ve been reading IHB (almost) everyday with the morning coffee for 5 years now. I didn’t see an explanation yet for what’s next. I guess I’ll find out Monday or Tuesday?
    Would be sad to see it go inactive and die-off 🙁

    PS Thanks, Larry, for what you created and contrubuted to!

    Modguy (2008)
    OrangeRenter (2009)
    SantaAnaRenter (2010)
    NowIrvineRenter (2011)

  3. GF Uncle

    The clarity of thought and rigor of analysis on this blog has made it a joy to read. Thank you for all of it, and congratulations on all your success. It is well-deserved.

    All the best,
    GF Uncle

  4. irvine_home_owner

    Strange… can’t log into my IHB account.

    Anyways… just want to say thanks to IR for all the years of hard work he’s put into the IHB and I appreciate all of his knowledge and advice.

    I wish him the best of luck with OCHN and Viva Las Vegas.

    And thanks to zovall for starting the IHB in the first place and keeping it open in the after-IR era.

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