March 2016

Found 2 blog entries for March 2016.

Case Shiller Graph

Metro Denver home prices rose 10.2 percent in January, marking the 12th consecutive month of double-digit annual price increases, according to the latest update of the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices.  Portland, Ore., recorded the biggest annual jump in home prices in January at 11.8 percent, followed by Seattle at 10.7 percent and San Francisco at 10.5 percent.  Home prices nationally are increasing at a 5.4 percent clip, twice the rate of inflation. Denver's home price appreciation is running at nearly twice the national rate.

"The low inventory of homes for sale — currently about a five-month supply — means that would-be sellers seeking to trade up are having a hard time finding a new, larger home," said David Blitzer, chairman of the index

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 Are Your Pets in Danger?

There 's no question that the warm Colorado weather is awesome. You and your dog are excited to go out and enjoy the warm weather with a walk in the park or a hike up the mountain.  Your dog stops to smell a daffodil blossom, then he suddenly chomps the whole blossom.  It's just a daffodil.  No harm done, right?  You may be surprised at the answer.

Dogs are drawn to strong scents and as such, sweet-smelling spring flowers are often irresistible to them. Cats are also instinctively drawn to green plants for digestive aid, and are naturally curious about new additions to their environment. Toxic plant ingestion for both species can include symptoms that range from vomiting and diarrhea to

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