Category Archives: Housing Studies at Harvard University

After the Foreclosure Fire Ends?

A KeyBank Foreclosure Draws Fire Headlines like this cause pause for reflection, as a culture, do we ever stop and think, “What will be the unintended consequences from my actions today?”  I personally don’t think we do, but let’s look at … Continue reading

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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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Aging of America!

According to a report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, by 2025, every U.S. state will see at least 10% of its population over age 65. California, Florida and Texas are expected to account for 29% … Continue reading

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