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Greg Paquin

President

The Gregory Group

HQ Phone:  (916) 983-3524

Email: g***@***.com

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The Gregory Group

101 Parkshore Drive Suite 191

Folsom, California,95630

United States

Company Description

The Gregory Group is a real estate information and consulting firm that specializes in providing professional services to the building industry. The New-Home Database provides specific analysis related to new-home projects as well as a trend analysis of housin...more

Background Information

Employment History

Managing Director, Sacramento and Central Valley

The Meyers Group


Affiliations

BIA and ULI

Member


Education

BA

Economics


Web References(115 Total References)


www.thegregorygroup.com

Greg Paquin, the founder and President of The Gregory Group, has more than 20 years of real estate experience.In addition, consulting services provides information and analysis for commercial, industrial, and retail development.Greg has consulted for real-estate projects throughout the Western United States, experienced two real estate boom-bust cycles, and is considered an expert in real estate development.Greg is often quoted in newspapers and magazines throughout California and his articles on development issues have been widely published. You can contact Greg Paquin at gpaq@thegregorygroup.com


www.healthyworld.org [cached]

"If you can't buy, then you go live in an apartment," said Greg Paquin, president of The Gregory Group, a Folsom business that tracks new home construction in California.


smps-sac.org [cached]

Greg Paquin, President and Founder, The Gregory Group
Greg Paquin is the founder and President of The Gregory Group, one of California's leading housing research and analyst firms. An expert in real estate, land development and architectural review, Mr. Paquin has appeared nationally on NBC News and National Public Radio (NPR) and is often quoted in major newspapers, such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bee and Business Journal. He is a regular presenter to leading business, government and nonprofit organizations across the state addressing real estate economic trends and their impact and has been a featured speaker at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC), BIA, ULI and Business Journal's Economic Forecasts conferences. He sums up his 30-year tenure in the industry as "having lived through four real estate boom-bust cycles and still standing."


sacramentorealestatetalk.com [cached]

Folsom home-building industry consultant Greg Paquin told appraisers that commercial real estate "is where (the residential market was) two years ago."
He said 2009 was the bottom for capital-area home builders, who reported a half-century low of 2,814 sales for the year. That's an 84 percent drop from the housing boom's 2004 peak. Sales will rise 10 percent this year, said Paquin, president of The Gregory Group. Though residential foreclosures still cloud the housing market, Paquin said he doesn't expect a double-dip recession or spiraling inflation, or, in response to a question about rising commuting costs, the death of suburbia. "I've heard people say the suburbs are dead. I strongly disagree," he said. "I think we'll see urban-style development in suburban areas. Paquin, like Brown, expressed anxiety about the politics of state budget cuts.


www.sacbee.com [cached]

Gregory Paquin, a real estate analyst at The Gregory Group, is among several housing watchers who say they expect the market to grow for an extended period.
"We don't believe the market is going to flame out this year or next year," he said.


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