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- REAL ESTATE
Swift does it again in Denver. Her 2 night sold out shows raised much more than her previous $1 dollar settlement of her youth. Naturally, her audience and the modern venue make a major difference to previous acts that have graced Denver’s historic music venues.
With NFTs and Crypto bitting the dust, how is openAI going to fair for increasing our useful knowledge? Here is a basic example concerning Picasso vs Warhol.
The decision to overturn Roe vs Wade is a telling example of freedom in America. It is not what you think until it is taken away. In this latest example, the media – as the 4th pillar of our Democracy – is at fault.
Entertainers take a stance on Covid and Public Awareness by removing content on Spotify.
As families end their summer and hybrid work kicks in for the fall, markets across the board are navigating distinct changes. In 2 weeks, the Federal Reserve will likely raise rates…
Editor Mason Hayutin expands on how post-vaccine lifestyle in America will take hold.
MLK Day 2021 enables a nation to be reflective and introspective. The arts and the most skilled of visual messengers make movements memorable. Featured is the work and messaging of Robert Longo, presented by New York’s Metro Pictures.
We live in a society choosing between productive and non-productive uses of resources. Technology has allowed efficiencies where physical movement has been stifled by political pandering. In 2020, the pandemic has allowed politicians to protect their careers by first coming to the rescue with unchecked bailouts and then matched with unchecked local public health policies. One only needs to look at the independently owned restaurant to understand how bad these choices have been.
Denver Highrise living includes buildings favorable to short term rental (STR) rule changes in 2024. Mason Hayutin, REALTOR/Broker Associate of MASONmodern/Keller Williams provides insight to past experiences in Denver’s urban core.
Interest rates over 7.25% have started to sideline buyers – except for those in immediate need of a specific neighborhood or community. Denver’s market remains competitive as supply is tight. Cash indeed has become the ideal for both buyer and seller.
Denver’s supply is on par with the 10 year average. A balanced market would require at least 15000 homes vs. today’s 7000 available options. Located in Cherry Creek North, buyer’s have approximately 28 various options starting at $750,000.
Fed tightening puts a reality check on the speculating real estate buyer. Essential moves sustain the overall market. The skilled labor shortage remains the key challenge to the Fed’s success with inflation.