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Posted on Wednesday, 21st December 2016 by Robert Domini

VFW Post 4906 on Consaul Street Peter Ujvagi was quoted in a front-page article by Tom Troy in the Sunday, December 11, 2016, Toledo Blade which brought back a flood of memories. First, it brought back the memory of Peter, his brothers and sisters along with other families such as the Takacs family when they […]

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Posted on Friday, 9th October 2015 by Robert Domini

A Few Interesting Court Cases   In the City of Long Beach v. Sun NLF Limited Partnership, Supreme Court, Appellate Division, New York, January 14, 2015, wherein Sun owned three non-contiguous parcels. The City of Long Beach, New York began condemnation proceeding of Sun’s parcels in April 2006. Sun’s appraisal of parcel 1 was accepted […]

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Posted on Monday, 23rd December 2013 by Robert Domini

Fed Begins Tapering Wall Street Journal, December 19, 2013. Despite the worldwide slowdown in the rate of inflation, the Federal Reserve has announced a tapering of $10 billion per month in their bond buying program which began in 2008. The move was met with a surging stock market and an increase in the 10-year Treasury […]

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Posted on Thursday, 9th May 2013 by Robert Domini

Economic Developments In an article by James R. DeLisle, PhD, in the “Appraisal Journal”, Winter 2013, he writes that it’s the same thing all over again, or in the words of Yogi Berra, it’s Déjà vu all over again. We seem to be caught in a holding pattern brought on by extraordinary Fed action. DeLeslie […]

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Posted on Thursday, 3rd January 2013 by Robert Domini

The Residential Real Estate Outlook First, let’s have a look at the good news. Locally, Northwestern Ohio home sales are up 21% in November from 2011. “17 straight months of gains reported” reads the headline in the Toledo Blade on Friday, December 21, 2012. The average sale price is up 9% over last year and […]

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Posted on Friday, 31st August 2012 by Robert Domini

THE NATIONAL ECONOMY SEPTEMBER 2012 To understand where we are today with our markets it’s important to look back on our economy to late 2008. At that time our financial markets were in free fall. Lehman and numerous other financial institutions failed or were failing at a frightening pace in the September-October time frame which, […]

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Posted on Thursday, 15th March 2012 by Robert Domini

Continental Valuations Launches New Website Continental Valuations is proud to announce the launch of our new website. Just click the image below to visit us and take a look.     How is the Economy Doing? According to GlobeSt.Com in an article by Hassam Nadji, the outlook for 2012 is rapidly improving. Total private-sector employment […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 4th January 2012 by Robert Domini

Happy New Year   The Wall Street Journal trumpeted the good news. The Dow Jones is up 6% for the year. The S & P 500 came in dead even, same as it ended last year. Not that I’m any expert, but the Fed has been on an expansionary policy of unprecedented proportions. We’ve had […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 30th August 2011 by Robert Domini

My Head is Spinning Remember the old guns versus butter argument? The Nazi war machine used the metaphor to promote the buildup of the German Army. Joseph Goebbles and Hermann Goring popularized the argument stating that guns would make them powerful while butter would make them fat. Our government, in effect, debates the issue non-stop. […]

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Posted on Monday, 17th January 2011 by Robert Domini

File Property Tax Appeal Now   Attention Commercial Real Estate Owners, the time has come to take a hard look at your commercial real estate value as it compares to your tax value.  Many, if not most, properties have experienced a decline in value the last two to three years.  For most properties nationwide, the […]

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