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Real Estate, Business, & the Economy… True Hope at Last
This is my site Written by Neil Palmquist on March 15, 2012 – 11:11 am

Most U.S. citizens probably hold some familiarity with the Real Estate Market (RE market) and that our economic crisis was set off by its collapse.  However, other than that little tid-bit of knowledge, the importance of a RE market recovery is largely lost on the average citizen, focusing their intentions instead to any news or talk related to an overall economic recovery.  Most likely, I suspect, because its importance isn’t understood by either the media and/or the politicians we normally rely upon to keep us informed.  I don’t fault either for their ignorance, but feel this must be the case, as the topic just seems ready made for great news and debate…  Had they known, surely every household in the country would be aware of it and, again I suspect, our nation’s more appropriately focused efforts would have already brought remedy to the industry.  …As such, I felt the topic justified a few moments of my time to quickly explain the importance of the real estate market’s health and why we should all be celebrating and find hope in some recent signs that this key market may finally be finding some footing.

In truth, I could probably pontificate ad nauseam on the benefits of a recovering RE market and the plethora of ways in which it would bring benefit to the whole of America.  However, being a merciful man… and in the interest of brevity and to facilitate one’s ability to conceptualize the RE market’s importance to the whole of our country’s economic health, I will cite one mere statistic.  Over 90% of Small Business owners and would-be entrepreneurs rely on owned real estate to secure the credit they need for start-up, growth and operations.

When the US real estate market collapsed so did credit access for nearly every Small Business here in the United States.  So, even had the Banking Industry not collapsed due exorbitant hedging on the belief that the RE market would thrive into perpetuity, Small Business would have faced a credit crisis with still healthy banks due to the plummeting values of the real estate securing their lines of credit.

In short, Small Businesses are our economy’s engine for growth, innovation, job creation and a required component for any true recovery here at home.  Global hot spots of growth and recovery in Asia and South America may send our global stock indices higher and help spur our own optimism, but until our Small Business sector is able to join the fray, no true economic return to prosperity will be felt at home.

Mind you, I’ll take any bit of pumped-up optimism and positive news the media and politicians wish to throw at us, but with signs finally emerging that our real estate market may be turning a corner, I find our first real hope and true indicator that Small Business may return to a standing of being able to help themselves… and thus bring about a true home-felt recovery for us all.

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