June 2010

Found 3 blog entries for June 2010.

 I hope everyone had a fantastic Father's Day Weekend and found the time to have some fun and to relax.  Cyndy and Callie decided to torture themselves further by encouraging my guitar playing habit and purchased me a guitar. 

 As we go through this week, working on all the things in our lives that need improvement, let us remember that our uniqueness is what makes all of us special. There are many ways to accomplish the same task. There are many choices that may lead to the same end. There are many roads that lead to the same place. Let us enjoy who we are, all the people we are surrounded by, and all the good we can accomplish together. 
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I hope you all stayed dry this weekend.  I had a great weekend watching Callie at her first Dive meet, match, whatever they call them, showing property and reaffirming Agents great ideas and solutions on contracts.  It is fun trying to figure out a whole new sport "Callie Smith performing a 203 B, What?!!!", I am finally beginning to understand soccer after seven years! 

The things we accumulate over time are the result of our hard word and determination. Let us keep in mind that the tangible things around us are not the reason for living and really no tangible effect on our quality of life. The people and the experiences we have are much more valuable than any item we may obtain. Be present in all that you do. Slow down and concentrate on the

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Boulder Market Report




An Information Service of RE/MAX Alliance/Boulder Valley




                  Statistics don’t lie, but they can be massaged to fit a specific scenario.  As an example, the Boulder County real estate market (according to IRES MLS statistics) is up in sales activity through May/2010 by 24% for single family homes and 34% for attached units as compared to May/2009.  You can take those statistics to the bank. 


                  But hold-on there for just a doggone minute!  What’s behind all this newfound buyer interest?  Plunging mortgage interest rates?  Limited available inventory?  Corporate transferees flooding the local market from around the country?  Home values

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