Archives for October 2007

Housing Cools, Inflation's Up. See I Told You So . . . .

Two short months ago I wrote about the unbelievable action that the Federal Reserve took to prop up our sagging stock market by injecting billions of dollars into the economy, and that it didn’t take a freshman econ whiz kid to tell that this would undoubtedly lead to an increase in the inflation rate. Strangely […]

The Foreclosure Concierge

I started a new line of business last week. If you’ve been reading this blog, you know that I’m a big proponent of buying single family homes and holding them as long-term rentals. It’s my belief that it’s an ideal way to build real wealth. The idea had been jelling in my mind for a […]

California Dreaming . . . . .

I just got back into town after spending four days in my old stomping grounds of northern California. The San Francisco peninsula to be more specific, about halfway between San Francisco and San Jose. My wife and I lived there for six years after grad school until we moved to Michigan. The occasion was my […]