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Education is Important Part January 6, 2010

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The important part of my Buffalo-Niagara cultural views is education.  This is why today I want to let you know about  HouseLogic, a new site for smart homeowners.  It’s full of great content and tools to help homeowners make informed decisions about improving , protection, and maintaining their real estate investments.  Ready to learn?  Click the link:  http://www.houselogic.com

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Buffalo-Niagara Culture January 4, 2010

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Will we ever stop talking about Buffalo-Niagara Culture? It’s hard to predict. And I hope we will never stop.

The Buffalo-Niagara Culture means a lot to me because it’s where I live.  This is what surrounds my environment: the people in local communities and their families, traditions and beliefs, local laws and quality of living.  Not to mention local real estate and its values.

By listening people on the streets and observing local cultural environment, I can definitely say, “I’m comfortable living here.  It’s part of my culture.  There’s so much to discover and learn here.”

Real Estate Culture December 30, 2009

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The minority population in this country—African Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, and Asians—has grown by 35 percent since 1990, a growth rate five times that of the U.S. population overall. By the year 2010, one-third of the American population will be minorities. (Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census)

Minority buying power in the United States is estimated today to be $1.5 trillion. By the year 2007, it is expected to reach $2.3 trillion. The buying power of the Hispanic community alone will exceed $900 billion.

Immigrants and ethnic/racial minorities from Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America represent a major growth segment of the housing market and, therefore, of the realty profession. Government and industry data indicate that two out of every three new households are being formed by foreign-born or minority persons. Foreign-born homeowners already account for $1.2 trillion in housing.