Monthly Archives: August 2010

How bad is really bad

All of my clients and friends from around the country are always telling me how jealous they are of me living in Nebraska. I am always perplexed by this.  They say that I am blessed to live in a state … Continue reading

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Register for 25th Anniversary Conference!

I know I like to brag about the MIT CRE a little to much. But it is really a great program . Not only is it the first program of its type it is the best.  If you really want to … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

I was wakeboarding with a friend of mine last weekend with the boys and he said the most interesting thing. “Don’t go after what you want, instead create the conditions that will allow you to get what you want.” -Jerry … Continue reading

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History’s Quote of the Day

“This is far and away the strongest global economy I’ve seen in my business lifetime.” – Henry Paulson, US Treasury Secretary, July 12th, 2007 I am a big believer in there is no present or future, just the past repeating itself. … Continue reading

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Ten best Cities for the next decade

I thought this list is very interesting. I think cities need to think what do they need to do stay on this list: http://www.kiplinger.com/magazine/archives/10-best-cities-2010-for-the-next-decade.html

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Great real estate Web Site

I was talking talking to Bill Strange a classmate of mine from MIT and he lives in Dallas. He was quick to point out that we in Nebraska are blessed to be in a real estate market the is not … Continue reading

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Rental market and capitalism

The rental market, by that I mean people looking for a place to rent, is really good.  There are two downsides. There are so many people looking that are not very qualified.  Meaning they do not make enough money to … Continue reading

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