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Informative and entertaining witticisms pertaining to all Real Estate and it's related realms. The commentary should be thought provoking within an informal environment. Statistics regarding local real estate are frequently provided as a guide to assess long and short term trends. Generally associated with all forms of Real Estate and Property development in America throughout its history.

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2010 

A technological marvel of engineering, design and materials this Wally Yacht appears Spartan at first glance.  It's really all a matter of function over form which draws the simplicity to the forefront.  Below decks the aura is unlike any vessel you've experienced.  If you are into boating you'l...
08/20/2010
I don't know if it will do it here but the file I have with this gif shows the little guy / girl with blinking eyes.  I named it Troll for lack of a better choice.  Eery and funny simultaneously but when I am searching for other pics I just can't seem to pass up taking a peek at this one.  It's ...
08/18/2010
Here you see our seasonal activity shining on. Last Summer was truly inspirational, we just weren't expecting the numbers which were produced then but we survived it with flying colors and then some.  This years activity has not waned substantially although our pricing has been the driving force...
08/18/2010
  It really doesn't matter what any other chart, stats or graph shows.  This is the bottom line, what has been and how many units are now closing.  These numbers are for Single Family Homes but that's beside the point.  As long as units are continually shuffled out of inventory whether they're Sh...
08/18/2010
It's wait and see time here.  No surge of inventory amassing.  No panic happening either.  Many of the listings are REO's coming back for the next go around along with expireds that are seeing new life at adjusted pricing.  That January spike is typical for this market and our window will remain...
08/18/2010
We're still leaning way toward the Buyers side here but with a steadily increasing effort the inventory is being whittled away.  The areas of greatest activity with regard to price are amazingly stable.  I would have guessed $400K without seeing this chart with it's data and low and behold $399,...
08/18/2010
Information here is packaged together from two other sources so it's virtually a moot point to delve into this any deeper.  This is basic economics with an easy to view trend line depicting what's happening.  It appears that the Oil Disaster has had quite an effect after all.  Let me put it this...
08/18/2010
Just look at that "For Sale" stability.  Is this happening in other markets?  I really don't know but if any of my AR readers and posters are inclined to, please drop me a note or add it in your comments below.  The gap in price shows some much needed narrowing but whew, what a disparity there. ...
08/18/2010
At last check for the year we averaged 11.8 months of inventory.  Statewide we fare a little better than most markets here I believe at least in the top 20 percentile.  Looking back at some of the statistics I had run not in the too distant past we were seeing around 56 months in some neighborho...
08/18/2010
What can you say?  I believe I mentioned elsewhere this is what it's all about.  Our high and low pricing have been very active of late with middle class America taking the brunt as usual.  The bulk of properties in the $350,000 to roughly the $1,000,000 are in the majority and hardest hit.  Luc...
08/18/2010
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