27th Dec, 2008

Invest in USA thru Denver Real Estate

Denver CO real estate today presents investors with a great way to buy American.  From wide-open Colorado horse properties to exclusive custom homes in Denver to urban-loft living in Downtown Denver to master-planned Denver communities such as Highlands Ranch and Solterra—our investments offer a piece of good ole USA soil strategically poised in the center of the nation.

“Buy American. I am.”  We echo Warren Buffet’s comments in the October 17, 2008 issue of the New York Times.  With the stock market still on the roller-coaster ride of a lifetime, folks continue to pull their money out in cash equivalents.  However, real cash value is sure to deteriorate with the likely inflation caused by the Federal Reserve printing paper money for bailout appeasement.

Buffet explains the simple rule that dictates his buying principles.  “Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful.”  So, too, in today’s fearful market, he’s been moving his own personal investments from U.S. Government Bonds to U.S. equities.

The prices are definitely right today to invest in sound American companies and real estate.  Although in the short term, all may appear weak, the pillar companies and surrounding land are strong enough over time to endure the temporary quakes of the economy.  Buffet ventures to say that “most major companies will be setting new profit records 5, 10 and 20 years from now.” 

Nationwide, elements of the economy, especially the banking, manufacturing, and housing sectors, continue to look pretty bleak.  The fearful buyer will miss out on current deals, coupled with the unbelievably low interest rates.  Some people do remember the 18-percent interest on mortgages during the early 80s, but more and more are too young to believe that interest rates could ever go that high.

The Mile High City, with better rankings for business and employment, holds more promise for your hard-earned cash.  A diverse selection of solid companies is woven into our landscape and the local real estate market is already rebounding in many areas.

For more information about farms, horse properties, and real estate in the area, call Michael Paul of Realty Oasis at (303) 268-6052.

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