I spend a lot of time analyzing data. A LOT. That's because I spend a lot of time working. For many involved in the real estate industry, the economic events of 2008 presented serious challenges in providing for our families. Try relocating to a new state and rebuilding an appraisal business during such a time. :) I thought Ranger School was … [Read more...]
Signs of a Bottom?
As I noted in my last post, I've had a spate of residential subdivisions to appraise. I'd like to clarify a point. In no way am I suggesting that subdivision development is economically feasible in Hardin County, Bullitt County, etc. But the decline in home prices we've seen over the last few years may be coming to a halt. Builders are beginning to … [Read more...]