Have you seen this guy’s ad in airline magazines? He claims he changed his lifestyle and got the body of a 20 year old while in his 60’s. I’m skeptical. So I look at the before and after photo and my first reaction is, “Come on…they photo shopped his head on that body! No way [...]
Watched VH1 over the weekend and was amazed by a recent Journey concert film. Three of the original (or at least from the “iconic years”) band members were there and looking/sounding good, but Steve Perry wasn’t there…and man, they sounded exactly the same. They had this guy, Arnel Pineda, and he nailed every Steve Perry [...]
I spent yesterday talking with a few media outlets including CNBC’s Squawk Box, ABCNews.com, Yahoo Tech Ticker, Reuters, Smart Money, Money and Forbes about housing and our Buyer Bonus Sales Event.
When I sat down to speak with Aaron Task at Yahoo Tech Ticker I shared with him why today’s interest rates, inventory in many parts of the country and home affordability across many markets make now the best time to buy a home.
Did you know that Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC was the first national real estate brand to have a website? Yup, it’s true. And I’m also pleased to say that the newly redesigned coldwellbanker.com looks nothing like that first website. In fact, it doesn’t look like a lot of the real estate websites you see online today. And I’m not just referring to the color palette.
I wanted to address yesterday’s bill introduced in the Senate that would extend the deadline date of closing for those eligible for the federal tax credit. This is a great idea and I applaud Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Nevada) along with Senators Johnny Isakson (Georgia) and Chistopher Dodd (Connecticut), the Senate Banking Committee chairman, for continuing to recognize the role housing plays in our economy.
Forbes.com recently ranked the most livable cities based on the last five years of income growth, current unemployment rates and cost of living, crime rates and arts and culture ratings, using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Moody’s Economy.com, the FBI Crime Report and Sperling’s Best Places.