Voice for Real Estate 65: Sales, Tax Reform, Flood Ins., Appraisals
Mixed signals on the economy. Home sales are down while contract signings are up. The one common statistic, though, is that households want to buy. They just can't always find much inventory to look at and often homes are out of their price range. The Voice for Real Estate for the week of April 3 also looks at the coming tax reform debate, how reauthorization of federal flood insurance is shaping up, and the challenges facing the appraisal industry. A quick look at the AE Institute in Denver is covered as well.
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It all started on the beautiful West Coast of California in the San Francisco Bay area. Colorado was always the home of my family, so - off with the sandals and on with the ski boots - the family arrived in Littleton, Colorado. In 1976, I attended CSU and then soon found myself wanting a career in the healthcare field.
After graduating from the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing and Radiologic Science, I was employed as manager of Boulder Memorial Hospital Trauma CT Unit.