Monthly Archives: July 2010

How Much Stuff Do We Need—-We’re Killing Our Kids With Kindness

ShareTweet Many moons ago when I was growing up, I never had a brand new bike–always a hand-me-down from my sister or my cousin. Roller skates and ice skates were shared between siblings and of course there was one black … Continue reading

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American Housing Survey

ShareTweet   The 2009 AHS includes enhanced data for five metropolitan areas: Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York and Northern New Jersey. For the first time ever, the AHS also includes data on disability status of household members. The new AHS … Continue reading

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Desperate Homeowners, Bargain Hunting Buyers and Unsavory Home Inspectors: Another Perfect Storm?

ShareTweet Working with a few Short Sales lately, I discovered a pattern that made me take notice. Here you have a Seller who is facing losing their home. The Lender has agreed, the SS package is in, and the Buyers … Continue reading

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Insecure about Security Deposits in San Diego CA?

ShareTweet Insecure about Security Deposits in San Diego CA.?   Legal definition: A security deposit is money a landlord collects from a tenant in case the tenant fails to pay rent or damages the unit. The number one issue in … Continue reading

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