Cramer's Stop Trading!: UBS, Intel

On Tuesday's CNBC Stop Trading! segment, Jim Cramer, declares that commercial real estate has been terrific.
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- On Tuesday's CNBC Stop Trading! segment, Jim Cramer, upon hearing the sound of real estate investment boss Quintin Primo's name, declared that commercial real estate has been terrific.

Cramer immediately noted real estate investment trust

Boston Properties

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, which is at a 52-week high.

"The housing business is turning," Cramer exclaimed.

During the show, Cramer also cited

UBS

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and

Huntington

(HBAN) - Get Report

as great buying opportunities. Furthermore, he noted that

Fortune Brands

(FO)

was upgraded to buy from neutral Tuesday by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch based on housing momentum that could prove beneficial to the company's security division.

Meanwhile, ahead of

Intel's

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first quarter earnings release Tuesday, Cramer mentioned that he owns the stock for his charitable trust.

"I've never seen Intel this cheap," he said. "I'm an Intel-holic and I'm a proud Intel-holic."

-- Reported by Andrea Tse in New York

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