September 2012

Found 2 blog entries for September 2012.

  June and July were good months for the US Housing market nationally and in each region (see the chart above). Volumes rose significantly this summer due to increasing confidence, pent up demand from people that have delayed purchases, limited new construction for several years and very low interest rates.  In the last six months to one and a half years, a significant number of areas around the country have seen inventory come back into balance. 

  Real Trends reported today that "Nationally we have now seen 11 consecutive months of increasing volumes and 2 consecutive months of increasing prices. It would appear the worst is over for now."  Case Shiller / Standard & Poors also reported last week that prices increased in all 20 of the major metro areas

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It's one of our favorite nights of each month, when the art loving community of Steamboat Springs turns out, en force, to celebrate the local galleries' monthly exhibits.  From emerging young artists curated by K Saari Gallery to a 50 year career retrospective from famed photographer, Rod Hanna, this month's First Friday artwalk in downtown Steamboat should not disappoint. 

Intricate clay pieces will be featured at the Depot's Member Gallery and the Steamboat Springs Arts Council's SummerArt show is still available for viewing.  Walls throughout downtown will be studded with oils, watercolors, giclees and acrylics.  The sidewalks will be bustling with creative afficianados, wine glasses will be filled and a feast for the senses will be everywhere.

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