Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews
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Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews
I specialize in the sale of apartment buildings in Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region.  I focus on the sale of both apartment buildings and developable land ranging from $1M to $100M. I am passionate about real estate investment and development, economics, technology and urbanism. Through brokerage I assist apartment investors and developers in achieving the highest possible levels of return and build an advisory relationship that lasts ownership life-cycles instead of just a transaction.
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Economy Watch: Business Economists Expect Slowdown

Economy Watch: Business Economists Expect Slowdown | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
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"The salient prediction: half of the respondents expect the next recession will occur sometime between the fourth quarter of 2019 and the second quarter of 2020. One-third suggests a later time, after the fourth quarter of 2020."

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3-D mapping builds the future while preserving the past - Puget Sound Business Journal

3-D mapping builds the future while preserving the past - Puget Sound Business Journal | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
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"As available real estate becomes increasingly scarce, commercial real estate professionals need imagination and the right tools to keep pace with demand."

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Economy Watch: Unemployment Stable in Most States

Economy Watch: Unemployment Stable in Most States | Dylan Simon -- Kidder Mathews | Scoop.it
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"In terms of unemployment, all states have recovered from the worst of the recession, while some have seen spectacular turnarounds."

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brandon's curator insight, April 1, 7:52 PM
this artice has alot of great news baout how the united states has droped its unemployment rate considerably since the great depression showing great progression into the future. As it has been consistent and decreasing overtime. 
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Sarah Crislip's curator insight, June 28, 11:21 PM
Unemployment is at it's all time low. As the US recovers from the worst financial crisis it is impressive that all of the 50 states have made a full recovery with some doing better than before the recession.