The Housing Market Index (HMI) for the 55+ demographic in the last quarter is up three points and is steady and strong. This is true for single family and multi family homes and rental properties. With Builders reporting “above average” conditions, this rating is likely going to increase in the foreseeable future. What does this mean? This means get your hands on some real estate and watch it appreciate!
Check out the this link for the full article.
The economic and housing recovery continues at a slow, but steady pace, rising t .93 in the third quarter of 2015. A level of 1.0 indicated the country has reached the last level of normality. However, a rating of 1.0 is rarely reached.
Follow this link for capturing statistics and see where your state falls. http://eyeonhousing.org/2015/11/index-shows-a-slow-and-steady-recovery-for-the-us/
Nearly 83.1 million strong, millennials are looking for instant access to current real estate market information. All desire to be homeowners, despite set backs from tuition debt, marriage, and other economic challenges. Check out this link for more info and interesting schematics.
Many people believe networking is all about showing up and showing off at events. These people are not making the most of the opportunity, while possibly coming off arrogant and prude. The secret to networking, according to several networking gurus, is to build and leverage mutually beneficial relationships.
Some important steps to take when beginning to network include doing preliminary research about who will be at the event and who you specifically want to talk with. During the event, it is more helpful to collect business cards than to give them out. When engaging in a conversation, forget the elevator pitch and find commonality. This will better help you connect with people, showing them how you can relate to one another and building trust. Another observation made at networking events is that everyone is trying to promote themselves. Stand out of the crowd by helping others. This good karma will not let you down. It is also a good idea to network with all kinds of people, not just your favorites. See how you can help them and the return will be worthwhile.
Of course, never talk negative about yourself. Keep the mood light and positive. These good vibes will stick with people and they will associate you with their positive experience, thus potentially gaining you more business!
A German architect, by the name of Werner Sobek, wants to make emissions-free electric cities within the five years. To accomplish this, Sobek has created a model he calls the B10. This home construction is the first to meet triple zero standards; requiring zero energy, producing zero CO2 emissions, and levels zero waste when dismantled.
This has tremendous opportunity for our energy demanding society and can start to help limit the reliance on non renewable energies.
What do you think? Feel free to check out the short article and reply. I am curious about your thoughts. Would you want to live in this proposed community and house style?
Our friends at Mortgage Master are hosting a Home buyers Workshop on Thursday, November 12th from 6:30-7:30 pm at Impact HUB Boulder, 1877 Broadway #100 in wonderful Boulder CO. This is an opportunity to learn about marketing conditions, renting v owning, tax deductions, and several other real estate and mortgage related topics!
If you are interested, RSVP to Kacie Riordan at 720-496-4311 x 102 or by emailing maortgagemaster.com.
In addition, they are having a Fall Fiesta the day before, on Wednesday Nov 11th. Between 5-9pm, come enjoy an open bar, free food, and music at TACO on 1175 Walnut St. A donation of non perishable food items is suggested but not mandatory.
RSVP at with Kacie, if interested, at 720-496-4311 x 102 or by emailing maortgagemaster.com.
Come join Remax of Boulder’s Annual Holiday Trunk show! This local event is for our Preferred Clients and Friends on December 2nd at 2425 Canyon Blvd from 4-7pm. Enjoy complimentary assortments of wines and cheeses while supporting small local businesses. All that is asked is that you donate an unwrapped gift for the Share-A-Gift drive.
We have had great success and turnouts in the past and hope to keep the tradition going! Hope to see you then!