The more things change the more they stay the same. In other words change is inevitable. The only thing that won't change is change itself. Well, what has changed for me during the past 10 years?
The important things are to learn from change as history repeats itself. Those that can observe changes while they are occuring can benefit fromthem. For example 10 years ago, during the real estate down turn starting in 2006 through 2011 many benefited from short sale specialization, fix and flip opportunities (buy low, rent out and sell high) and buying a live in home of your own at a bargain price.
What does change mean. Well one quote, I like is:
"Don't look back someone (or thing) may be gaining on you!"
Don't look back, someone in your life that wasn't around 10 years ago is gaining on you. Photo courtesy of Steve Morrisette, Pixabay
Changes Over 10 Years
What has changed in my life in real estate and in my life? Well quite a bit, but here are 10 of them.
1. Real Estate price crash in 2006-2011. Prices are back to where they were then.
2. The rise of online real estate search sites like Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com
3. Flip phones turning into SMART phones with all of the awesome apps, cameras and tools
4. Big flat screen TVs for everyone! Yea!
5. Grandpa again with more energy and imagination that I really appreciate
6. Real Estate team leader of Arizona Homes and Land Group
7. Associate Broker
8. Season Ticket Holder for Arizona Diamondbacks first 10 years
9. Facebook, Linked in, and Twitter part of the real estate scene
10. Large $4.6 million apartment complex sale in Thatcher, Arizona
Sold 8th Street Apartments and Fitness Club in Thatcher Arizona in 2017
Well these are just a few of the events in my life of the past 10 years. There are more some not reported here with some good and not so good. Life goes on and the Lord is in control of all. May God blesss you my readers for the next 10 years.
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