TBWS Daily - 9/28/2011

Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Birchwood Realty, Inc.

Good Morning…Here is today’s  report from the Think Big Work Small Guys.  Today the boys are talking about the correlation between Unemployment and Foreclosures.  In 1984 unemployment was 10%, foreclosures at 2%, and interest rates were at 14.5%, when in recent years unemployment has jumped 5 to 10% and foreclosures have jumped 5 to 10% both keeping pace with each other, while interest rates are at an all time low.  Our housing market problems have more to do with the state of our overall economy.  I found the discussion interesting. 

Think Big Work Small 

Disclaimer:  If you prefer reading your news over a cup of coffee in a relaxed atmosphere or your family’s sense of humor gene skipped a generation, don't watch the video; these guys talk fast and are high energy.

Have a Great Day


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Hopefully the jobs/economy will get it's much deserved attention. I am however encouraged by those areas of the nation that are seeing great improvement.


Sep 28, 2011 02:17 AM #1
Lois Davies
Century 21 Birchwood Realty, Inc. - Cape Coral, FL
Cape Coral & SW Florida

Hi Steve....Fortunatley our area, from a selling point of view, is moving.  Our home prices are rising and our inventory is dwindeling.  With our 60% drop in values I have been encouraging Baby Boomers to take advantage of it.

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