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We must have a passion for what we do in life. This man encapsulates the meaning of a niche. And he loves it. Simply beautiful. Watch this video!
11/12/2009
To view the original visit my blog @ conradventi.com With the constant change in our industry, economy, and culture I have to say I spend plenty of time on the web. Pretty much every aspect of my job involves some need associated with the good ol' WWW. Much of my time is consumed by communicatin...
03/22/2009
To view original visit Conrad's Strong Foundation. The thought of money management, budgeting, saving, etc. is on the minds of many of my clients. Consistent news of our economic recession forces many to think about their personal finances as a whole. As I advise my clients from the financing pe...
03/16/2009
Posted 11/4/2008 - to view original click here - www.conradventi.com The roller coaster ride on Wall Street has drawn an amazing amount of attention in recent months. Regardless of a win from John McCain or Barack Obama today, the issue of the regulation of Wall Street will be loudly spoken about...
11/05/2008
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I mentioned in my post on Friday that the report for US existing home sales came in higher than expected at a gain of 5.5% over 2007. The number is encouraging considering the current state of the economy. According to Willamette Valley MLS, local home sales prices are showing a small decrease of...
11/03/2008
To see original blog visit www.conradventi.com - Foreclosure is a definite buzz word (of many) for 2008. Foreclosures are devastating for some and can create opportunities for others. The default rate on mortgages that has caused so many problems for our financial and real estate markets affects ...
11/03/2008
Consumer spending dropped 0.3% in September, the largest decline in four years. July and August showed no change in spending. The standstill and slide in recent months represents the purchasing activity of US consumers. In recent years, the growth and abuse of consumer credit has caused the US ec...
10/31/2008
Yesterday the Federal Open Market Committee unanimously voted to reduce the benchmark rate to 1%. The prime interest rate (rate consumers borrower at) will likely follow. The .5% dropped brings the fed funds rate to a half a century low. The Feds have made the move to correspond with recent actio...
10/30/2008
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