These days everyone is asking me about the real estate market and what I think about its future direction. My contention has always been that economic indicators are somehow skewed whenever we have a Presidential election year. The real attitude of the country, state, city, etc. is somehow not fully evident or revealed. I say
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Have you had enough of real estate? Are you completely disillusioned about the state of our economy? Well, you are not alone. In fact, it’s not just real estate that has us spinning on our own axis at dizzying speeds. It’s our collective attitude about the state of our country, and to a lesser degree, the world. The catch word of today is “confusion and uncertainty” instead of “carpe diem” during the Baroque in the 17th century Europe. No one wants to seize anything unless it’s a bagful of cash and a free trip to Hawaii.