Category Archives: Free Markets

In a bifurcated price caldron of over and under $417K, Denver is as two faced as a middle school socialite.

This was just too good not to push out just one more time. The many truths from a year ago still hold true today! In a bifurcated price caldron of over and under $417K, Denver is as two faced as … Continue reading

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Riptides and the Market – What do they have in common?

Stewart R. Massey recently wrote about the stock market, and I thought it was germain to the residential market right here in Denver.  “Here on the east coast the last weeks of August and early September brought hot, humid weather. Families from … Continue reading

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Benjamin Franklin had it right.

Benjamin Franklin had it right. Sometimes when I read history, I’m amazed at how history repeats itself. This quote from Old Ben says it best in describing some of the reactionary measures taken with regard to our ongoing economic conditions. … Continue reading

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