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Casual Classics Bonus Concert

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Suzanne Shull, the President of Jasper Muse, Inc, has just announced a Bonus Concert in the Casual Classics Series.    This is a free concert featuring local talent.  The Concert is June 1, 2009 at the New Lebanon Presbyterian Church on Bent Tree Drive.  For full details see my post on my Bent Tree Blog.  Just click on the following link:  Bent Tree Real Estate.

See you ’round the mountains,

Don

Quarterly Marketing Report

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

Its time to take a look at the market in Pickens County once again and so here is the Quarterly Report from the Broker and Owner of Torrey Mountain Properties, Inc., Ben L. Torrey.  Ben drafted this update for our clients, but they have had a few days to mull it over so now we’ll post it for the general public.  In the text of Ben’s report he invites clients to visit Realtor.com; I should point out that for Bent Tree, Big Canoe and Pickens County you can also search very effectively on my site http://bent-treerealestate.com

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about Ben’s report or if I can assist you in any real estate transaction.

See you ’round the Mountains,

Don

2009 FIRST QUARTER DELAYED MARKETING REPORT

This report was delayed while waiting to see what impact President Obama’s
Stimulus Package might have. It was a long time coming. However, there are signs
that the investment market is getting its act together. The DOW has been above
8,000 for the last twelve days. It may bounce up and down but as long as it stays
above 8,000 the consumer confidence of the general public will began to rise and
purchases will follow. Another good sign for the investment market is that the
S & P 500 index recently took a 36% up tick. Fortunately for this market the bad
news from the auto makers closing of dealerships and the attendant layoffs did not
impact the financial market as I first feared. We need to remember that the biggest
impact of that event will occur during the first quarter of 2010 when the dealer’s
contracts are not renewed. Hopefully the recovery will be well under way by that
time so the possible increase in unemployment will not create a major downturn.

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