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Not so fast, Zillow; Redfin says Bay Area real estate is hotter than ever
San Francisco Business Times (blog)
Not so fast, Zillow — a recent report from the real estate data company showing that the Bay Area is experiencing a cooling housing market is off the mark, rival home data cruncher Redfin said. San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area remains one of ...

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denver_realtor here. Let's talk about the Denver real estate market. AMA!

Sun, 23 Mar 2014 09:01:31 -0700

Hi Reddit! denver_realtor here.

I’m a Realtor with a real estate brokerage firm in Denver (I’m not going to mention them, but you’ve certainly heard the name), and I’ve been helping buyers and sellers buy and sell homes throughout the Denver metro area for the last 9+ years.

Here are some stats for the Denver market in 2013:

Number of sales: 62,256

Average sold price: $303,621

Median sold price: $251,000

Average days on market: 52

Average sale price to original list price ratio: 98.5%

Let’s talk about the Denver real estate market. AMA!

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Wow, lots of responses! First off, I should have noted that as a Realtor I focus primarily on buying and selling – not renting. I’m not very familiar with the rental market so I may not be much help for those questions. I’ll answer what I can though.

I'm working my way through your questions as quickly as possible. I’ll be in and out today, so please be patient. What I can’t get to in the afternoon I’ll try to get to tonight. Thanks!


Signing off for a few hours but keep posting questions and I'll be happy to answer them as quickly as I can when I return this evening!


Thanks Reddit! This has been a lot of fun! Signing off for the evening, feel free to PM me with any additional questions! Let's do this again sometime!

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Real Estate – Green River


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Your Real-Estate Horoscope
Wall Street Journal
Buy or rent? Sell or stay? With the full moon on Saturday and autumn quickly approaching, we've checked in with a professional astrologer for a light-hearted look at what the stars have in store for your real-estate future. As Saturn moves into ...

The Nexus 4 actually has more screen real estate than the Nexus 5

Fri, 01 Nov 2013 02:31:30 -0700

Guys, look at the first 2 minutes of this video:


Like all 5 inch 1080p devices, the Nexus 5 reports to the Android OS to be a 480PPI device while it is truly 440PPI. This actually means that the Android OS thinks these displays are physically smaller than they are, and UI elements on 5 inch phones are needlessly large (by UI guideline standards).

As a consequence, the actual screen real-estate available to apps (expressed in density independent pixels) is 640x360 compared to the Nexus 4's 640x 384. So the Nexus 4 has just as much vertical real-estate while having more horizontal real estate.

tl;dr: Because of the way Android works, the Nexus 4 can fit more stuff on its screen at once compared to all 5inch phones out there.

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3 Benefits Of Real Estate Investing


Real Estate Notebook: At 100 Washington, more than a fresh coat of paint
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The San Francisco-based real estate investment company purchased the properties in downtown's Gateway District last August, knowing the 1980s-era office complex needed a refresh. It has hired Minneapolis-based interior design firm Shea Inc. and the ...

Gallup: Poor Americans think Gold is the best long term investment, other Americans think it's real estate

Mon, 21 Apr 2014 20:03:10 -0700

This gallup poll asks Americans "What is the best long term investment?"

That real-estate-as-top-pick view largely applies to upper-income Americans, living in households with incomes of $75,000 and over. Gallup found that 31% of those in the lower-income bracket — living on less than $30,000 — believe gold is the best investment option, followed by real estate, at 28%, and stocks, at 13%.

In between, those on incomes of $30,000 to $74,999 give gold, stocks and real estate equal billing at 26%


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