In December, Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin, told us that the Super Bowl weekend was the time when you know how the housing market will behave for the rest of the year. He says, it's kind of a groundhog day for the housing market. Rather than focusing on the game, Glenn spent the Super Bowl Sunday following the number of Redfin customers who visited houses and made an offer. And now, he says, he knows how the housing market will behave this year.
It's a pretty ambitious claim. So Stacey has decided to take him back to TV to put his money where he is and tell us what the Super Bowl says about this year's housing market (hope that Adam Levine's whole body is not going not scare the numbers).
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