The Behavioral Sink

This is a follow up to a previous article. I’m sure many are confused and have feelings of uneasiness over the housing situation and I don’t blame you. I know back in March of 2020, I was jumping with joy watching the DOW Jones plummet, thinking that finally, we Millennials can get what crumbs are…

Density Intensity

Real Estate, a crop that can be harvested every month-Samuel J. LeFrak This is a follow up to my article I had written last year and part one on real estate and population density.  It’s no secret that crowds are bad. There was a time not long ago when politicians, environmentalists, engineers, ethnologists and biologists…

After California Repeals Prop 13

State governments are facing funding issues. Not all states as George Mason’s analysis points out but the ones that pop up on the national news as dysfunctional (illinois) but even the fantastic, cool coastal states like Massachusetts, New Jersey and California. Many of these states already burden their citizens with a variety of taxes to…

Boomer Real Estate Woes

There are many reasons to complain about the media but one feature often missed is how they pick the worst victims to spotlight. We have all seen this in local coverage where a criminal is shot while breaking into a home and the local news goes to his family for a comment, airing their grievances….