|The Boulders in Truckee – Condos Sold in 2017|
|Num||Address||MLS #||Lst Date||Close Date||Sq Feet||DOM||LP||PrcSqft||SP||PrcSqft|
|1||11420 Dolomite Way||20171856||7/13/2017||9/25/2017||1260||41||$449,900||$357.06||$449,900||$357.06|
|2||10917 Cinnabar Way||20172510||9/1/2017||12/1/2017||1248||58||$469,000||$375.80||$470,000||$376.60|
|3||11420 Dolomite Way||20170292||2/21/2017||4/7/2017||1365||16||$479,000||$350.92||$470,000||$344.32|
|4||11592 Dolomite Way||20170849||5/8/2017||6/12/2017||1504||5||$489,000||$325.13||$486,000||$323.14|
|5||11637 Dolomite Way||20170552||3/17/2017||3/28/2017||1396||0||$500,000||$358.17||$500,000||$358.17|
|6||11411 Dolomite Way||20172843||10/11/2017||12/7/2017||1365||19||$509,000||$372.89||$505,000||$369.96|
|7||10890 Cinnabar Way||20171982||7/22/2017||10/16/2017||1365||53||$519,000||$380.22||$507,000||$371.43|
|8||11429 Dolomite Way||20171155||5/6/2017||7/10/2017||1365||51||$519,000||$380.22||$507,000||$371.43|
|9||11491 Dolomite Way||20172837||10/12/2017||11/10/2017||1515||6||$516,000||$340.59||$511,000||$337.29|
|10||11527 Dolomite Way||20170735||4/28/2017||6/12/2017||1497||13||$549,000||$366.73||$530,000||$354.04|
|11||11609 Dolomite Way||20172989||11/3/2017||12/12/2017||1509||5||$569,000||$377.07||$569,000||$377.07|
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After a prolonged period of staggeringly low inflation, led by a strengthening dollar and declining energy prices, inflation is back! As measured by the Personal Consumption Expenditure index, the Fed’s preferred inflation index, inflation is 1.3%, and core inflation (which ignores food and energy) is at 1.7%, its highest reading since 2/13, and a level the Fed did not expect to see until late 2016. Hello rate rise in June. by Elliot F. Eisenberg, Ph.D
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