by Osman Parvez

Let me take a moment to share my appreciation of those who attended last night's Meetup.

The quality of these events just keep getting better - with informative presentations by knowledgeable people. The questions asked during the Q/A portions of each presentation often took us to interesting places and the ending conversation on where the Boulder market may be headed was thoroughly enjoyable.

I'll get the video and podcasts put together and posted here shortly.

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  1. I attended the Boulder Real Estate Meetup for the first time yesterday evening and had a great time. The speakers were informative and everyone present participated, which made for some lively discussions.

    Osman was also kind enough to share his knowledge of real estate with the group -- his analytical approach to home buying in general and Boulder's market in particular is much appreciated.

    Good work, Osman, and thanks for hosting the Meetup.

  2. So, what's the short answer to your proposed question "Is the Boulder Market Crashing?"

    Or is the better question, when is the crash going to end and how slow will the recovery be?

  3. Thanks for coming Dave. I'm glad you enjoyed the evening.

    Victor - Not to be cheeky, but the short answer is that you should have been there.

    I framed the question and then opened it up to discussion. We had a good 20 minutes of conversation on the topic.

    I wasn't planning to podcast/video that portion, but if the quality of the recording turns out to be good.. it's possible.

  4. I would have loved to go, but unfortunately my job's travel schedule did not permit it.


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