The thoughts and ramblings of Walter Hayes on real estate as well as local state and federal issues and politics.
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I saw the following on a sign or something else that I was reading and really liked the message. "Eternity is a long time to be wrong." Short message but a powerful one. Have a great Monday.
I was just reading an article on the reasoning for increases in electric rates starting in January (http://www.jsonline.com/business/128109718.html). This isn't the only utility that will be raising your rates due to unfunded mandates handed down from the all powerful Federal Government without a...
"My sin, O the bliss of this glorious thought; my sin not in part but the whole; is nailed to the cross and I bear it no more. Praise the Lord, Praise the Lord O my soul!" Such power words written by a man at one of the lowest points in his life. Horatio G. Spafford was a successful attorney in C...
13514 Hickory Drive Neosho, MO 64850 MLS #: 112446 $188,500 4 bedrooms 3.00 bath Quality of Life Winner! - Magnificent location with several possible building spots for future development this 4BR 3 bath home on 19 acres is convenient to both Joplin and Neosho. Enjoy nature's finest from your pr...
9404 Finley Lane Joplin, MO 64804 MLS #: 120976 $245,000 3 bedrooms 2.50 bath More space can help! Escape to the private master suite, 2nd living area, entertainment friendly, wrap-around deck all on 10 acres. Close to the city w/ all the benefits of country living. Listen to the leaves rustle i...
Something I've been thinking about and I haven't seen or heard reported on. Why isn't anyone holding the politicians and the media to blame for the credit downgrade equally? All that happened at the end of the day was a self fulfilling prophecy. The President, Democrats, Republicans and the media...
I just got finished listening to the President comment on the country's credit downgrade. What I heard is we've cut all we can cut so we need more money. What a crock! He actually not only stood there and said we need more money but then he started talking about spending even more money. Can we p...