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My Mission

My mission is to treat every real estate transaction as the most important event in our customers’ and clients’ financial lives, providing both management and guidance. Your home is usually your most valuable asset; I treat it that way.

My Vision

Nest Egg Real Estate is committed to the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and integrity while enabling our customers and clients to build both comfort and wealth through real estate investment.

Valentine's Day in the Gorge, "Portlandia" renewed for 2 more seasons, Net Worth: Rent versus Buy, Zillow, really. Finally, Major Development for Oregon City and West Linn

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Oh, what to do this Valentine's Day? Wonder no more... Take your sweetheart to the Gorge!

Celebrate Valentine's Weekend in the Gorge!
Celebrate your love with Wine, Cheese and Chocolate!
 
Join us for one of our favorite weekends of the year, Valentine's Weekend February 12th -16th.
We will be celebrating this weekend of love with three new wine releases. You can taste wine and indulge in a selection of delicious cheeses and exotic chocolates from around the world.
Our friend and neighbor, Kelly Blanchard will be on hand offering chair massage on Saturday the 14th. Wine, chocolate and massage? Perfect for your Valentine! We will be open Thursday - Monday for the holiday from 11am -6pm.
Our new releases are three of our most popular selections. The 2013 Cinsault and 2013 Counoise are wine club exclusive wines. The 2013 Grenache - Carignan is available to everyone both online and in the tasting room! If you are interested in joining the wine club you may email Sara, sign up online or register when you come and visit.

It's back for another 2 seasons! Portlandia!

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The city of Portland continues to be famously weird, and the TV comedy loosely created around its quirkiness has not run short on fans yet, or sketch ideas.

No doubt that's why IFC just renewed Portlandia for two more seasons.

Portlandia is currently in its fifth season, and IFC announced Tuesday that fans can look forward to 10 more half-hour episodes for seasons six and seven.

"We are so excited to get to do more Portlandia with IFC," stars Fred Armisen andCarrie Brownstein said in a joint statement. "Getting to work with Jon [Krisel] and our talented writers and crew, it really is our favorite thing in the world. Also, we get to spend more time in Portland!"

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Net worth as a renter versus a homeowner...

Net Worth: A Homeowner’s is 36x Greater Than A Renter!

Net Worth: A Homeowner's is 36x Greater than a Renters! | Keeping Current Matters

Over the last six years, homeownership has lost some of its allure as a financial investment. As homeowners suffered through the housing bust, more and more began to question whether owning a home was truly a good way to build wealth.

Every three years the Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances in which they collect data across all economic and social groups.

Some of the findings revealed in their report:

  • The average American family has a net worth of $81,200
  • Of that net worth, 61.4% ($49,856) of it is in home equity
  • A homeowner’s net worth is over 36 times greater than that of a renter
  • The average homeowner has a net worth of $194,500 while the average net worth of a renter is $5,400

Bottom Line

There are many reasons why owning a home makes sense, the Fed study shows that owning is still a great way for families to build wealth in America.

Source: http://www.keepingcurrentmatters.com/2015/02/09/net-worth-a-homeowners-is-36x-greater-than-a-renter/

Oh, Zillow. This is one of the hardest parts of my job (shakes virtual fist in the virtual air).

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Inaccurate Zillow 'Zestimates' a source of conflict over home prices