My Apartment Quest

If you’ve been reading this space for any length of time, you know that I’m a huge fan of cash flow and cash flow properties. To the extent that I get a great deal of grief about it, and even earned the nickname “Cashflow Dennis”. (Instead of trying tp beat them I decided to join […]

Stocks' Wild Ride Isn't Over

Even if the markets have touched bottom, there’s still plenty that could go wrong. So don’t unfasten your seat belt just yet.  By Jon Markman  Big investors and government officials have pulled out all the stops in recent weeks to make it look like equity markets, and possibly the U.S. economy, hit rock bottom in […]

And the Hits Just Keep Coming!

America‘s most miserable cities Add high rates of violent crime and unemployment to income taxes, commute times, weather and pollution and what do you get? Detroit. By Kurt Badenhausen, Forbes.com Imagine living in a city with the country’s highest violent-crime rate and second-highest unemployment rate. As an added kicker, you need more Superfund dollars allocated […]