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7:  Forward to the past
Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry is a gem. And it would be worthwhile for everyone interested in our region’s apartment market to spend an afternoon there. Why? History has a way of repeating itself, at least in our region's apartment market. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, March 21, 2014; Source: )
8:  Goldilocks and the Big Wheel
Investment trends are cyclical. But unlike Seattle’s Big Wheel, and whether this is good or bad is a matter of opinion, most of us will go through more than 3 cycles in our career. In fact, sales trends in the Puget Sound region apartment market remind me of the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. Actually, Goldilocks and the three bowls of porridge. Here's why. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, March 14, 2014; Source: )
9:  The more the merrier
Here’s just a quick update this week, with some good news about migration into the Puget Sound region. That’s important. Let’s celebrate good news whenever it presents itself. The State just released driver license data for February. Remember, this just tells us how many people moved here and turned in out-of-state driver licenses. It doesn’t count the people who moved out. And, yes, some people actually leave the region once in a while. But as we have shown in earlier videos, move outs are typically no more than half of the move-ins. So if you cut the driver license data in half, you’ve got a reasonable estimate of net migration. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, March 7, 2014; Source: )
10:  Apartments go to the Oscars
This year's Oscars is a particularly unusual and exciting event. For the first time ever, four of the movies nominated for best picture tell important, gripping, and sometimes disturbing stories about apartment investing in the Puget Sound region. We applaud the courage of the producers, the vision of the directors, and the insightful portrayals by the actors who captured the quintessential essence of the 21st century apartment investor and property manager like the silver screen has never before displayed. Let’s take a look at these four outstanding films. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, February 28, 2014; Source: )
11:  Looking for Olympic gold

Just as Olympic athletes are competing for gold this week, apartment investors are also seeking gold under the shadow of our Olympic mountains. Let’s look at a couple of trends to see where they might find opportunities.

(Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, February 21, 2014; Source: )
12:  What happened while you were on vacation
Did you get away for an early winter break in January? Well, if you did, here’s what you’ve missed already this year. Based on trends in January, 2014 is shaping up to be a very exciting year in the Puget Sound region apartment market. But first, let’s start by getting one thing off the table. I’m sure it will be hard for some of you who watched last week’s video to hit the play button today. So, no, I’m not going to sing. Not today anyway. So go ahead and watch the video without fear. (Access: Can be viewed by all site visitors.   Published: Friday, February 14, 2014; Source: )
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