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When you live in Downtown Denver, you are in the heart of it all! Every amenity imaginable is within a short distance if not within walking distance. Many of the things Denver is known for are right in Downtown, including: the State Capitol, the 16th Street Mall, Larimer Square, Union Station, Civic Center Park, Coors Field, the Pepsi Center, The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Colorado Convention Center, the Denver Mint, the World Trade Center Denver, the Denver Art Museum and many more.

Downtown is the 10th largest downtown areas in the United States and is recognized as the second largest Performing Arts Centers in the United States. Residents feel right at home with hundreds of caftes, restaurants and bars throughout.

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A Housing Rebound is Possible

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At the moment its hard to imagine the housing market bouncing back any time soon. There are signs of it declining even further, but not much to indicate that a housing rebound is possible in the near future. However, there are some economist and insiders who believe the opposite is true. They believe the worst is behind us.

One reason I think this may be true is our human and American nature. We all want a home and we all want things. For a couple of years now we have had those things taken away and kept from us. We are Americans, and we are not used to having our things taken away from us like that. There has been a pent up desire to have our things back and we may just find a way to get them.

There is an MIT economist who believes that the demand for new homes now exceeds residential construction. Even though it goes against the numbers, it may pan out to be true quite soon. Others in the industry say the fear of another hit on the housing market is simply overreaction and panic. There is at least much more conversation leaning towards a recovering housing market. Lets all keep our pocket books crossed its true.

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Real Estate Goes Green

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Anyone over the age of 25 has seen a lot of changes in technology, advertising, media, social arenas, politics, and the economy, just to list a few areas, and the real estate market is no exception. MLSs have changed and improved, giving consumers more information and choices. The way people shop for homes has changed with the evolving technology. People have various opinions about technology and change in general, but no matter your opinion on change one thing for sure is that the "green" movement is at least a step in the right direction.

Green technology isnt where it needs to be to actually help our planet, however, it is moving along quickly. Colleges are now offering classes and degree programs in "green" technologies. Again, the real estate industry is always included in change and advancing technologies, and never takes long to take advantage of the advances.

Metrolist, Inc., a multiple listing service in Denver, is expecting to add a "green" category to their listings as early as next year. The category will sit next to other categories such as square footage and neighborhoods. The "green" category will include information about a homes energy attributes, a topic more and more people are concerned about, and with todays energy situation its a good idea to make sure you have alternative energy sources in your home, such as solar.

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Learning Our Grandparents Lessons

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It looks as though every fifty years or so we need to relearn the lessons that the generation right before us learned. I dont know why we cant open a history book, read what happened to a group of people who went down a particular road and decide to go down another road. Instead of learning old lessons we should be learning new lessons. I guess we need to learn our grandparents lessons for some reason.

The current issue we are facing is an old lesson, we should have learned it and moved on to the next lesson a new country needs to learn. I am, of course, talking about government control, intervention, and interference. If we really want to know what happens we have several recent lessons to refer to. The guise is to think we are smarter than the last generation and therefore we can make it work, were not, we cant, its not a system that works, and no amount of money or effort will make a bad system a good system.

The first rule in business, starve failure and feed success. Lets look at our system and decide whats working and whats not. Lets put our effort into whats working and let the other fade into the history books.

The experts are starting to agree that we are indeed in a free market economy and interfering with that system simply doesnt work. If left alone to self adjust, it self adjusts! All of this interference in the housing market has caused an imbalance of the system, and it needs to be left alone to adjust. Anthony B. Sanders, a professor of real estate finance at George Mason University states "housing needs to go back to reasonable levels. If we keep trying to stimulate the market, thats the definition of insanity."

For politicians this concept seems counterintuitive, they feel they need to be doing something or theyre not doing their jobs, and that something usually means meddling in the private sector. There is plenty for them to do beside obstruct a delicate eco system, and thats just what our economic system is, an eco system. If our policy makers and politicians have no interest in preserving our natural eco system; I guess they dont mind destroying our economic eco system either.

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Social Network Helps Create New Business Model for Real Estate

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Our world pushes forward, nature cycles, leafs fall from the trees, the landscape changes and evolves, tides rise and fall, and the face of our society and business changes along with the ebb and flow of the natural world. Such is the case today. When someone introduces a new technology, things change. That is the way of things, as it should be. People sometimes forget how linked to nature we actually are. The face of commerce and business changes as does our natural world. Well, this isnt about nature its about a new business model.

Roost, a real estate search portal, has introduced a new way for real estate agents to interact with home buyers. Traditionally, Roost has worked in the real estate community by exchanging data between themselves and brokers and agents to list information about properties. However, their world has evolved and the services they offer are born anew, into a "Social Real Estate Toolkit." Social networks have changed the way people interact with each other, so its reasonable to guess that it would change the way business people interact with their customers.

This model helps brokers and agents acquire referral contacts through the social networking website Facebook. The idea is to capitalize on the concept of word of mouth business, which is how most real estate professionals gain the bulk of their business anyway; this seems to be a natural next step. Real estate agents, like the rest of us, are not necessarily web or social network experts, but they are experts at building relationships with people and clients, and this simply helps them further their reach. A natural next step indeed! I wish Roots and the real estate industry good luck in this new endeavor.

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