The Snake Plant
Here’s a look at the typical timeline of the average American resident: Phase 1. Graduate college. Get first REAL job. Buy first house. Adopt a dog. Get married. Have first child. Realize that the first ‘home sweet home’ is just too small. End of phase 1. Now, phase 2 may not be as typical as phase 1, but it’s a great route to follow: Buy new home. Decide to build retirement portfolio. Keep first home as a rental property.
TJC Commercial, Denver based real estate team, specializes in owner and tenant transactions through buying, selling, and leasing of office, industrial, retail, land, and multifamily commercial properties. Staying ahead of Denver’s ever-shifting commercial real estate market requires a combination of market insight and strong instincts. TJC Commercial’s top-tier brokers are experienced in understanding the best tools of leverage to serve clients of varying sizes. Jeff Stahlhut and Greg Pond provide the personal and focused attention that only a privately-held firm can offer.
I love to read. I have always loved to read. When I was a little girl growing up in Indiana, I hid in the closet and the bathroom (sitting on the toilet with my pants up) so I could read. I read Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden and the Bobbsey Twins. My elementary school had 1 classroom that had been turned into the school library. I was an almost daily visitor. I read biographies of famous explorers and famous Americans. I read many biographies of saints (as I went the St. Therese Catholic School). I would guess that I read nearly every book in that school library and many of them more than once.