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If there is any good news from the failure of the initial bail-out bill to pass, it is the huge negative effect on Wall Street. So far, it demonstrates that drastic hits will occur to the economy. I just hope that we don't sink too far, before something is in place. This almost reminds me of the ...
Seems like the same things come up over and over again. Escrow is about to close and the excited buyers hop in the car with their agent for the final verification of condition. All of the promised repairs have been completed, including the replacement of the septic system. Only five more days, an...
I recently made a whispered promise to myself to post one blog per week, which will hopefully provide a way to get things off my chest and possible provide a means for others to relate. Due to a fitful night's sleep and a much too early wake up call, I find myself in front of the computer just tw...
I just returned home from a trip to Southern California. I hardly read the newspaper, didn't watch TV and avoided the computer like it was the plague. This morning I deleted all of my past E-mail news feeds and followed my usual routine of reading the days financial, local and world event stuff. ...
From the sleepy mountain town of Paradise, California, the news reports seem ominious. Another storm of chaos seems to have slammed the financial markets and Wall Street. Is the sky falling? Will the economy crash and has the end come for the big ticket purchases? Of course not. This crisis will ...
Two days after the storm, the dust has yet to settle. This is a great time for real estate professionals to get informed and understand what this does and does not mean to the typical buyer, seller and the market in general. Once you have a good understanding of what actually happened and the imp...