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Real Estate Today opens doors for buyers and sellers with critical and credible information on the real estate market. It’s fast-paced and fact-packed with experts, interviews, call-ins, field reports, and timely market conditions.
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Meet the Hosts
Stephen Gasque - Manager, Broadcast and Audio Communications, National Association of REALTORS®
Stephen Gasque is an experienced real estate professional and 5-time Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist, who combines both careers as the host of Real Estate Today. Gasque has managed the weekly editorial content of Real Estate Today since its launch in 2009. The program airs on 200 radio stations, plus Echo, Google, Siri, Spotify, and everywhere you get your favorite podcasts. Topping the list of ‘Best Real Estate Podcasts’ at U.S. News & World Report, Apartment Therapy, Bankrate, and more. Twitter: @stephengasque.
Melissa Dittmann Tracey - Editor, "Hot or Not?"
Melissa Dittmann Tracey is a contributing editor for REALTOR® Magazine, editor of Styled, Staged & Sold where Tracey blogs about the latest home design and staging trends, and is the editor and producer of the segment “Hot or Not?” in home design that airs on NAR’s Real Estate Today radio show.
Bill Thompson - Real Estate Today News Anchor
Bill Thompson is the news anchor for Real Estate Today, and is also the morning news anchor on RET’s flagship affiliate, WMAL AM & FM, in Washington, D.C.
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