Real Estate

Ken Calhoon: Shadow inventory holds key to market’s recovery

By November 22, 2010

Ken Calhoon

Ken Calhoon

Most of us take a pretty optimistic view of life. We expect good things to happen. We instinctively believe we will find the perfect mate, advance in our career, enjoy good health and have a happy life. Those expectations are reflected in our decision making. We make decisions based upon our general perception of the way we believe life should be. We don’t hesitate when making long term financial purchasing commitments, confident that we will be able to repay the obligation while enjoying whatever benefits are associated with our purchased item. It is this unique American positive “we can do anything” belief that has contributed to making our country a leading economic world power.

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