Cutting deficits leads to an inefficient welfare state–and higher deficits

Despite 8% unemployment, a deficit that's already decreased 30% in the past 3 years, and a  still stagnant… [more]

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What is Monetary Sovereignty?

Understanding Monetary Sovereignty (MS) is one of the most critical, if not the most critical, concepts… [more]

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The History of the University of Colorado at Boulder

The University of Colorado is one of the oldest universities and was established in Boulder, Colorado… [more]

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University of Colorado Boulder (CU) Housing Options – Rental Property

One of the best University of Colorado Boulder (CU) housing options is purchasing rental property instead… [more]

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The History of Boulder, Colorado

The History of Boulder, Colorado started in the 19th century. A rich gold strike on Boulder Creek in… [more]

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Every Transaction Needs A Superclause To Function?

August 16, 2011

Every transaction needs a superclause to function in today’s buyers market? I would like a chance to put this in perspective for you. Use of a superclause, we aren’t talking about a super hero version of the famous Jolly ol’ St. Nick with extraordinary super powers to uphold truth justice and the American way… However [...]

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Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) vs. Syndication: What is the Difference?

August 9, 2011

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) vs. Syndication: What is the Difference? For investors looking for passive investments in Real Estate, choosing the right vehicle is kind of like going to the ice cream shop: they come in many different flavors and it can be difficult to choose. Most well-known are Real Estate Investment Trusts. REIT’s [...]

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Debt Ceiling Debate exposes critical myth

August 2, 2011

The debt ceiling debate is hot news. At this point, it is everywhere. Will they get a deal? Will they not get a deal? Will the President Veto? Will he invoke the 14th Amendment? Will we default or won’t we? And…”we’re out of money” “We are spending too much.” “We can’t pay our bills.” But [...]

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Coming soon to the USA: Austerity

July 26, 2011

Coming soon to the USA: Austerity. One thing I know for sure is that the mainstream media and politicians all understate the effectiveness of fiscal policy on the economy. This is based on an (understandable) ideological bent against Government. Unfortunately, a deeper exploration of the economic framework makes clear the Governments role as provider of [...]

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The ABCs of Land Trusts

July 19, 2011

When it comes to real estate investing, many investors believe using land trusts as a tax savings measure and for privacy is a benefit for their portfolio protection. In many cases the investor can receive many benefits for using the land trust. Let’s take a look at why you would want to use a land [...]

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Are Leasing Options a Good Strategy For Colorado Real Estate Investors?

July 12, 2011

Are leasing options a good strategy for Colorado real estate investors? In most cases, yes. There are different alternatives when setting up leasing options, depending on your situation. Here are the three leasing options that are used most often. Month To Month Leasing Option One leasing option for Colorado real estate investors is to lease [...]

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Bird-Dogging Real Estate For Colorado Investors

July 5, 2011

How do we bird-dog real estate for Colorado investors and what does it mean? It begins with those “We Pay Cash for Houses” signs along the road. If you are considering investing in Colorado real estate, those signs could be the key to your success. But let us back up a minute and explain what “bird-dogging” [...]

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Wholesaling Can Be A Lucrative Real Estate Investment

June 28, 2011

Wholesaling real estate, or “flipping” as it is more commonly known, can be profitable, even in a soft real estate investment market. Whether you are looking at real estate in Colorado or elsewhere, wholesaling takes smarts and good buyer contacts; but done right, you can make a lot of money. Here are the basics. First [...]

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Do You Need a Real Estate License to be Successful in Real Estate Investing?

June 21, 2011

Do you need a real estate license to be successful in Colorado real estate investing? The answer depends on your goals. If you plan to invest in only a few properties and stay in the market over the long haul, there is probably no need to look at many properties – a benefit to having [...]

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Note Buying Can Be a Great Real Estate Investment Strategy

June 14, 2011

Note buying can be a good real estate investment strategy, especially compared to short sales. Buying notes from a bank, trustees or other third parties requires upfront cash but it is a simpler, shorter process than short sales. There are plenty of mortgages to buy and less competition. So how do you begin buying real estate notes? The easiest [...]

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