"The return of good times is not wholly a matter of money. There is a prosperity of living which is quite as important as prosperity of the pocketbook." Ladies Home Journal, October 1932. The magazine stressed that resignation was not an option and that the country needed to revive the ideals of the founders and learn the new value of money, "where we were specialists in spending, we are becoming specialists in living." This magazine article resonates today as this country has moved through tough economic times hitting the housing industry hard. The Amercian dream of home ownership has been challenged, but with interest rates low and a new generation of home buyers entering the market, the rebound is a reality. Kentwood City Properties reported the highest volume in residential real estate sales since opening its doors in 1999 with $340 million in sales. Most of the sales were first time home buyers taking advantage of low interest rates and tax credits, however, many luxury home sales were represented in that number. The prosperity of living, the American dream for our home and lifestyles. Connect with dream-makers and positive brokerage services. posted: April 14, 2011 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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