In a recent interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick, Warren Buffett proclaimed he would buy millions of houses right now if it were practical to do so. He said that not only were stocks attractive at current valuations, but that single family homes were as attractive an asset class if not more. The Oracle went on to qualify his statement a little more by saying that housing was very attractive if purchased at low rates and held for a long period of time. Buffett didn’t disclose why he isn’t putting his money where his mouth is and buying millions of homes — let’s face it, he can do what he wants — but I suspect it’s because managing the business of buying, selling and maintaining all those homes would be an incredibly tall order. Perhaps that’s why he owns the largest real estate companies in Omaha, Birmingham and who knows where else. Any way you slice it, Mr. Buffett is a lot smarter than me and he says that now is a great time to buy a home. Judging from the amount of activity we’ve seen recently, I think there are some people listening…