All Blog Entries by Elle Seybold

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I am deeply troubled by the state of our community and country.  I fail to understand why the crackdowns continue.  Curfews, policing businesses to ensure they are not operating, imposing massive fines on businesses for violating trivial rules, harassing families to avoid spending time together and attempting to shut down our celebrations of life or death are deeply disturbing.  The rational is pure politics - you can’t attend a funeral but you can attend a protest march, you have to quarantine if you travel to visit a loved one, but not if you travel on business.  No rational person can argue those make good sense. 


The mere fact that bureaucrats think they can make a distinction between essential and nonessential businesses illustrates that they

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I just have to share this bit of news, though it will likely come as no surprise to folks around here.

Los Alamos County Appears Among the National Association of Realtor's List of Top "Work from Home" U.S. Counties NAR’s 2020 “Work from Home” Counties report examined the current share of workers already working from home in more than 3,000 U.S. counties, along with several factors expected to support the remote work trend, including: internet connectivity, the percentage of workers in office-related jobs, home affordability, urbanization, and a county’s population growth.
NAR’s top 10 “Work from Home” counties are:
#1 – Forsyth County, Georgia #2 –
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During this period of turmoil, I have been reflecting on our history.  I am troubled by the cultural shift in the U.S.  It seems Americans have forgotten what it means to be an American, perhaps they don’t even know where we came from…


A couple months ago we celebrated our Independence Day, which is a secession holiday.  After all, the right to alter or abolish a government and form a new one is the foundation of American political thought.  It is rooted in the idea that the people are sovereign and not the government. 


Declaration of Independence captures the essence of what America is supposed to be and the proper role of government in the American system: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that

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It has come to my attention that many folks are not aware of Biden’s tax proposals.  Being an unconventional gal, and an economist, I tend to focus on the economic side of issues.  Hence my focus on taxes for the election – especially given the state of the economy.  Not to mention the proposal's will significantly impact the real estate market. 

Please know I am not a Trump fan by any means – this is not written to support him whatsoever – this is simply to disseminate and digest Biden’s position as his proposals will be the largest tax hikes in U.S. history. 

Below is an outline of the major components:

  1.        Statutory tax rates would increase.  As such, the top individual income tax rate would rise from 37% to 40%.  
  1.        Impose a
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Today I share my morning jog.  I thought you might want to get a glimpse of the trails and the great outdoors.  I am actually north of Santa Fe, near the town of Espanola in this video.  There is practically unlimited trail opportunities in this area – whether you like running, hiking or motorbiking.  Take a peek!


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Greetings and welcome to (what may be) the first ever open house on this property!  This property has been in the same family for nearly 70 years – so very special sneak peek for you today.

I will walk you through many of the various aspects of the property. 

I hope you enjoy!

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