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Monday, 24 June 2013

GUEST POST: Will A Change in Fed's Bond Buying Effort Slow the Real Estate Recovery?

The Fed seems to be suggesting that an ease may take place in the next few months. Claims by Bernanke, in somewhat muted language, suggest that the Fed could begin to wind down bond purchasing – an approach that has essentially been the last and final effort at quantitative easing.

The response from the financial markets heading into (and away from) the announcement was to be expected. We’ve seen a pretty severe sell-off across the boards, and we’re heading into today’s close nearing a 350 point loss to the Dow.

But short term volatility is not the point, particularly when focusing on an asset class such as real estate.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

GUEST POST: Why 2013 is the Year of Rebirth for the Real Estate Market

It’s been a long road through the muck and the mire after the bubble burst in 2007 that left everyone running for shelter. Thankfully the time has finally come where we can say with some confidence that the real estate market is getting back on track. Of course, history makes fools of us all when it comes to predictions, but almost all of the factors are looking promising for 2013 to be the strongest year (since 2007) as the market begins to stabilize and more inventory becomes available to play with. 

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

GUEST POST: Cash Problems: Where To Turn To For Help

In this day in age, financial problems certainly seem to mount up. Rising prices, governmental cuts, low employment opportunities and salaries not rising to match any of this. 

If you’re a person who does not tend to splurge extravagantly on clothes and luxuries and take both each coming day and the future into careful consideration and still doesn’t feel that your finances are stretching the distance, then don’t worry. There are a lot of methods you can use to help you out, and none of them have to be scary. Below are a few ways you can actively seek help to ensure your current financial situation is not a burden. 

Monday, 8 April 2013

Cheerio M.Thatcher

Having been away for some time now and very busy, I would like to leave you guys with a few articles which I found incredibly interesting on Thatcher.

Friday, 29 March 2013

This Weeks Top Tweets

Here are the top 5 tweets from this week.