How Policy Shapes Housing Availibility

Karen Levine and Kim discuss how policy shapes housing availability in Colorado and across the nation.
The Kim Monson Show
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How Policy Shapes Housing Availibility
  • Karen Levine, award winning realtor with RE/MAX Alliance and long-standing sponsor of The Kim Monson Show, joins Kim in studio.  Housing is an integral part of the American Idea as it builds wealth through home ownership.  Policy has been used for “planned” housing, predominantly through mass development of luxury apartments along public transit lines.  Planners, Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties have taken control of land and people’s lives.
  • Biden’s numerous executive orders have detrimental effects on hard working people.  The loss of jobs, our diminished standing in the world and declining energy independence is seen through the revoking of the Keystone pipeline and a halt on new gas and oil drilling for 60 days on federal lands.  The cancelled Western Stock Show cost Denver $120 million in revenue with major losses to restaurants and vendors.  Colorado’s unemployment rate is at 8.4%, second to its highest seen in June at 10.6%.  Polis wants a fast track to the introduction of wolves, an action seen as an assault on rural Colorado.  Maybe Polis should fast track opening Colorado to get people employed again.  Biden rescinds another Trump order that banned the Chinese Communist Party from being involved in the U.S. power grid.
  • Jason McBride, VP with Presidential Wealth Management, gives advice regarding a financial plan.  There will always be detours and this is one reason to have a plan.  Give Jason a call at 303-694-1600 to discuss your financial roadmap in order to be prepared for any obstacle.
  • Kim and Karen continue their conversation.  China is expanding seaports and airports in the Caribbean 90 miles off the Florida coast for economic and political gain, and possibly military gain.  Policy has influenced home development across the nation.  In Colorado, the construction defect law was fundamental to policy pushing people into rental units.  The World Economic Forum, meeting this week in Davos, has its agenda set.  One World Order will be ruled by a select group of powerful corporations and government allies.  Some of the key tenets to be reached by 2030 include:  no private property ownership and all products will become services; global price on carbon; drastically reducing meat consumption and; the values of the West will be tested to a breaking point.  Kim challenges her listeners to go to work for election and vote integrity.

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