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Apple iPad mini

Small Grows Up

Rating: 9/10 Nearly flawless

  • The iPad mini with Retina display is roughly the same size as the original. It’s ever-so-slightly thicker, and has a little bit more heft, weighing in at .75 pounds for the LTE model and .73 for Wi-Fi only.
  • WIRED

Gorgeous 2048 x 1536 pixel display. 10-plus hour battery life will more than serve your cross-country plane flight, or close to a week of casual daily use. A7 processor (with M7 co-processor) offers more power than you may ever need on a 7-inch tablet. Tons of Retina-optimized apps to choose from.

TIRED

Pricey — similar sized and specced tablets go for closer to $200. Stereo speakers both located on one end of the device. Would be nice if it had TouchID like the iPhone 5s, but with the problems cropping up related to that feature lately, we’re wondering if not including it was a smart move after all.

This is the iPad mini we’ve all been waiting for.

When the first generation iPad mini debuted last year, it was a terrific product. Apple’s first stab at a smaller tablet looked more far more elegant than the competition, managed to squeeze a larger 7.9-inch display in a traditionally 7-inch tablet form factor, and featured remarkable battery life. But its 1024 x 768 resolution display was a major let down compared to the Retina displays on the iPhone and full size iPad, as well as the growing number of HD screen-sporting Android tablets. And inside, a two-generations-old A5 chip powered the tablet — nothing too shabby, but not really impressive, either.

Apple stepped up its game for this year’s iPad mini. The new mini is essentially the same tablet as the 9.7-inch iPad Air, right down to its 2048 x 1536 resolution Retina display. It’s just packed into a smaller package. A new A7 processor meshes with iOS 7 to create a super-powerful slate that gets all-day battery life. The only real difference between the two is the pared-down size, and the $100 cheaper starting price.

The iPad mini with Retina display is roughly the same size as the original. It’s ever-so-slightly thicker, and has a little bit more heft, weighing in at .75 pounds for the LTE model and .73 for Wi-Fi only. Last year’s model weighed .68 pounds.

Compared to Google’s flagship 7-incher, the Nexus 7, the mini is about a tenth of a pound heavier, but marginally thinner, while squeezing in a larger 7.9 inch display. It’s comfortable to wield one-handed, but I feel less confident waving it around than I would a tablet with a slightly rubberized back. The aluminum is more attractive visually, but “soft touch”-type materials like you see on the Nexus 7 are, well, handy.

While the Nexus 7 sports an excellent 1920 x 1200 resolution display, the screen on the new mini looks even better. Side by side, there’s just no comparison. And the old iPad mini might as well be 8-bit compared to the pixel-packed Retina screen. It’s obvious in graphics — the icons in Safari, app icons on the homescreen — as well as in text, which doesn’t render nearly as well on the old iPad mini. On the Retina mini, text maintains crystal clarity even when zoomed in to a ridiculous level. In an HD Planet Earth video, the definition of pebbles on a beach and leaves on trees are razor sharp, creating a greater sense of depth than the old mini’s display.

At 100 percent brightness, I only lost about 10 percent battery life per hour while watching Netflix over Wi-Fi. Streaming a 1080p HD YouTube video over Wi-Fi ate up even less — more like 8 percent per hour. Streaming Rdio and other lower intensity tasks like reading and web surfing made a minimal dent in battery life. Apple’s 10-hour promise seems right on target, if not at the low end of what its 23.8 Watt-hour battery can deliver.

“The old iPad mini might as well be 8-bit compared to the new pixel-packed Retina screen.”

The device can get noticeably warm during CPU intensive activities like heavy gaming or HD playback, but not alarmingly so. And it handles those activities swimmingly. Situations where I noticed ever-so-slight stuttering on last year’s model, the 2013 iPad mini handled with aplomb. Again, it’s basically an iPad Air but packed into a smaller package, which is kind of mind blowing.

For a 7.9-inch tablet, the stereo speakers are exceptionally powerful, but they still don’t have the depth and bass you’d get from a pair of dedicated speakers — no surprises there. While stereo (each speaker is positioned on either side of the lightning port at the bottom of the device) they’re still located on the same end of the device, so if you’re watching a film in landscape mode, you only get sound from one end. I find this a bit irksome.

When I reviewed the iPad Air after getting my hands on the iPhone 5s, I was largely struck by its lack of TouchID. But between using the Air more regularly, and seeing some inconsistencies with TouchID arise, I’m far less affected by the Retina mini’s lack of a fingerprint sensor than I was before. Although, it would be convenient.

While the Retina mini doesn’t include 802.11ac Wi-Fi like Apple’s notebook offerings, the company did addMIMO to the mini (and the Air), which means it can share or receive more data in parallel, and maintain a strong Wi-Fi signal farther away from the base station. Indeed, videos loaded faster on the Retina mini than on the first gen model, and apps downloaded noticeably quicker.

The iPad mini is exactly the type of product we expect from Apple. Stunning good looks, a display so high resolution it’d take a magnifying glass to pick out the pixels, and unparalleled performance. This is the smaller iPad that should have debuted last year, but hey, better late than never.

Photos: Josh Valcarcel/WIRED

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Connect to maplesweet.com, e-mail info@maplesweet.com or call toll-free 1-800-525-7965 for info on architecture, selling or purchasing a house, condo or land in Vermont or to get more details on local Vermont real estate market conditions.

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image1031 Exchanges allow you to defer the gain on the sale of a business use or investment asset as long as you acquire another business use or investment asset. This includes office buildings, rental real estate, business equipment, franchise equipment and even aircraft.

More importantly, they allow you to use the money you would have paid in both federal and state capital gains taxes to improve the quality, value, and sometimes, location of their holdings and better plan their financial future. The long term windfall amounts to an interest free loan from Uncle Sam to leverage larger investments, diversify your portfolios, and substantially increase wealth.   image

1031 Exchanges allow you to get an interest free loan from the government and avoid paying capital gains tax at the time of the exchange and to preserve your investment capital by deferring rather than paying the capital gains.

Leveraging Assets With Interest Free Loans from Uncle Sam

Leveraging Assets With Interest Free Loans from Uncle Sam

There are three replacement property rules:

1. 3 properties: you can identify up to three properties without regard to value, or:

2. 200%: you can identify more than three provided the replacement properties do not exceed 200% of the vallue of the relinquished properties, or:

3. 95%: you can identify any number of properties regardless of value provided the exchanger purchasers 95% of the identified properties. This is the most perilous and rarely used rule, nerve wracking for the investor who should have a back up plan in case the 95% isn’t realized.

You’ve got to exchange for equal or greater value property.

The first step is to find a good QI, a qualified intermediary to set up the exchange. Choose a reputable firm with experience.

If the projected capital gains tax exceeds $20,000, it’s likely a 1031 is worthwhile. Going even or up in value will avoid taxable boot but that doesn’t preclude cashing out on some small portion which would then be taxable.

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There are two key timelines to complete a 1031, and most importantly, you have to set up your 1031 before closing on the property you’ll exchange.

You have 45 days to identify up to three replacement properties from the time you close on  your relinquished property and no substitutions are permitted after the 45th day, or identify an unlimited number of replacement properties as long as they don’t surpass 200% of the value of the relinquished property or properties.

Second, you have to close on the replacement property within 180 days of your closing, not from the day that property goes under contract. These two deadlines are non-negotiable. If you can’t perform within these time frames, the 1031 is dead and the taxes become due. Presidentially declared disasters are the only allowable extension.

Once the 1031 is set up, you close on your original property by selling first to the QI who then sells immediately to the buyer. The proceeds of the sale are then held by the QI who acts as our trusted holder until you close on your replacement properties. You are not permitted constructive receipt of any of the funds and can’t touch any of these funds until you close on the replacement property or it becomes boot and is instantly taxable.

Like kind exchanges, required by 1031 exchanges, are commonly misunderstood. Like kind includes any other real estate. A single family can be exchanged for an apartment complex, a condo, an office building or even raw land or a shopping center.

imageA duplex does not need to be exchanged for a duplex; you could purchase a 25 unit rental complex. An airplane is business equipment can’t be exchanged for a 25 unit rental property. It matters not what kind of real estate, rather how that real estate is used. It must be for business, commercial or investment use and owned for at least a year.

Convert investment property into personal property by exchanging for a private residence and renting it out of the gate and moving in after the first two years of ownership. Be aware though that the first two years of business use will be fractionally deducted from the residential use years in calculating the section 121 $250k/$500k personal residence exclusion at the time of sale. If owned for 10 years, two of which were as a rental, just 80 per cent of the personal residence exclusion would apply at the time of sale. You’ll need to live in it for at least a year and own it for at least five years.

Certain kinds of personal property can be exchanged for other personal property too as long as they fall into the same asset class or product code. Reverse exchanges occur when the exchanger purchases the replacement property first, placing it in an SPE (Single Purpose Entity, renamed by the IRS as an EAT, Exchange Accommodation Title Holder) and then closes on the relinquished property before taking title to the replacement property.

You can also relinquish an investment property for a raw piece of land of lesser value and improve it during the 180 day period, then conclude the 1031 on the then improved more valuable piece of property.

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Harnessing Time Liimits to Expand Wealth

Can you buy first and then sell?

Yes, but this is a riskier 1031 known as a reverse exchange. Riskier as you have to find the buyer and close within 180 days, a potentially much murkier endeavor than buying in six months.

Swap till you drop. Continue swapping until your gone. Step up in basis, at the time of your death: your children or inheritance recipients can sell the property for what it’s worth at the time of your death, and not be taxed on a gain calculated based on what you originally paid for the asset.

Contact a 1031 QI (Qualified Intermediary): Edmund & Wheeler at 603.444.0020, exchange@section1031.com

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Information Disclosure: information provided and relayed by Maple Sweet Real Estate is not represented to be accurate or free of errors. While substantial efforts are made to obtain and convey information from sources deemed dependable, Maple Sweet Real Estate does not guarantee or warranty such information is accurate or reliable. All information should be independently verified.
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Moving Out And Buying In: Single

Ladies Emerge As Homeowners

First-time homeowner Amanda Cowley in her new home in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington, D.C. After married couples, single women are the largest demographic group of homebuyers.

Gabriella Demczuk /NPR

It’s hard to remember that just a few decades ago it was difficult, if not impossible, for a woman alone to take out a mortgage. Federal legislation changed that.

And yet, it’s still surprising to learn how dominant single women have become in the housing market today: Their share is second only to married couples, and twice that of single men.

Amanda Cowley repaints her bathroom during renovations made to her new three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse.

Gabriella Demczuk /NPR

In Washington, D.C., Amanda Cowley lives in her dream home — a century-old rowhouse in a gentrifying part of the city. The 37-year-old and her boisterous dog, Sadie, moved in at the end of last year. The renovated first floor has tall windows and big, open space. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

“This is the painting-in-progress piece,” Cowley says, gesturing to the paint cans and tarp that line the hall. It’s quite a do-it-yourself project. But all this space is a big reason Cowley bought the place.

“I wanted to be able to have family come to town and feel comfortable and not be sleeping on my pullout sofa,” she says. She’s even thinking of getting bunk beds for her two nephews.

‘Waiting To Get Married’

It’s a huge step up from the 800-square-foot condo she bought seven years ago. But by renting out the basement, Cowley’s mortgage is actually lower. And it was time for a change.

“I realized I was sitting around waiting to get married and move out of my condo,” she says. “And then it started to get really depressing to be there for that reason. I was like, ‘This was an awesome place to live in when I’m 30, but if I’m still here when I’m 45, it’s done.’ Like, I’m gonna get 12 cats and give up.”

Now — besides her one dog — Cowley says there’s room for a family, should that happen. Or for her parents to move in, should they need to.

“There is room to have the rest of my life in this space that there wasn’t in my 800-square-foot condo,” she says, “no matter how fabulous a place it was to have cocktail parties.”

It turns out a lot of women are thinking beyond cocktail parties.

Jessica Lautz of the National Association of Realtors says two-thirds of female buyers own single-family homes.

“And most of them are three-bedroom, two-bath, great homes,” she says. “So it’s impressive.”

In recent years, single women have made up between 16 and 22 percent of homebuyers. Lautz says surveys show they place a higher priority than men on having a place to call their own, and will do more to make it happen.

“We asked did they make any sacrifices like cutting spending on entertainment, on luxury items they don’t necessarily need, on clothing, even getting a second job,” she says. “And consistently, single female buyers are making those sacrifices more than other buyers.”

Perhaps because, on average, single female buyers earn less than single men, and they’re also typically a few years older — but not always.

A Home, An Investment

Graphic designer Kaleena Porter sits with her dog, Moby, in the living room of her new home in Northwest D.C.

Marie McGrory/NPR

Graphic designer Kaleena Porter, 26, can still hardly believe she has her own place. It’s a garden-level one bedroom, in a different D.C. neighborhood.

“I’d never thought about buying,” she says.

But there was a tenant’s dispute in her old building, which forced her out. At first, buying seemed confusing and scary. But she’s so glad she did it.

“It feels good, actually. It makes a lot more sense,” she says. “I feel people shouldn’t have to rent, like it should be illegal or something … your rent money should be going toward some kind of investment.”

Like Amanda Cowley, Porter’s surprised to learn that far more single women than men buy homes — she never would have guessed it. And the statistics, she says, are sad.

Her boyfriend rents with two others, and, she says, at first he found the idea of her buying a place “intimidating.” But he’s come around.

Porter says she’s changed as well.

“All of a sudden here I am owning a house, and having a dog, and being grown up. So it’s kind of fun!” she says.

With that, it’s time to feed her mutt, Moby, and take him for his evening walk. It’s a simple, settled routine she’s come to love.

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By Shobhana Chandra & Michelle Jamrisko, Bloomberg.com – Feb 21, 2013 4:14 PM ET

Sales of previously owned homes increased in January and an index of leading indicators climbed for a second month as the rebound in housing helped to broaden the U.S. expansion.

Purchases of existing houses rose 0.4 percent to a 4.92 million annual rate, figures from the National Association of Realtors showed today in Washington. A gauge of the economic outlook for the next three to six months advanced 0.2 percent after a 0.5 percent December gain, according to the New York- based Conference Board.

A sustained pickup in housing will depend on faster progress in the labor market, fewer foreclosures and easier access to credit. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
Mortgage Bankers' Stevens on U.S. Housing, Economy

Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) — David Stevens, chief executive officer of the Mortgage Bankers Association, talks about the outlook for the U.S. housing market and economy. Stevens speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Toll Brothers Raising Prices, Demand `Huge': CEO

Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) — Douglas Yearley, chief executive officer of Toll Brothers Inc., talks about the company’s fourth-quarter earnings, outlook and regional housing markets. The largest U.S. luxury-home builder reported net income that trailed analyst estimates and projected narrower margins. Yearley speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Improving home sales combined with dwindling inventory spurred the biggest advance in property values since 2005, helping mend household finances. The gain in housing, the industry that was at the center of the financial crisis, may help consumers overcome an increase in the payroll tax and rising gasoline prices that pose a risk to spending.

“The economy has legs,” said John Silvia, chief economist atWells Fargo Securities LLC in Charlotte, North Carolina, a unit of the largest U.S. mortgage lender. “A lot of people are much more confident. Housing has picked up, and I think it’s sustainable.”

Stocks fell, following the biggest drop since November for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, after minutes of the Federal Reserve’s last meeting that were issued yesterday signaled policy makers may consider slowing the pace of asset purchases. The S&P 500 fell 0.6 percent to 1,502.42 at the close in New York.

Other Reports

Other figures todays showed jobless claims climbed last week, consumer prices were unchanged in January and manufacturing in the Philadelphia region unexpectedly contracted in February for a second month.

News today out of Europe indicated the region is still struggling. Services and manufacturing in the euro area contracted at a faster pace in February, a report showed.

In the U.S., rising gasoline prices are compounding the damage done by the two percentage-point increase in the payroll tax, causing Americans to remain pessimistic about the economicoutlook in February.

The gap between positive and negative expectations was minus 7 this month, unchanged from January’s three-month low, according to the Bloomberg Comfort Index. By contrast, the measure reflecting present conditions for the week ended Feb. 17 rose to minus 33.4, the highest reading this year, from minus 35.9 in the previous seven-day period.

Survey Results

The median forecast of 79 economists surveyed by Bloomberg projected the January pace of existing home sales at 4.9 million. Estimates ranged from 4.7 million to 5.1 million. The prior month’s pace was revised to 4.9 million from a previously reported 4.94 million.

The number of previously owned homes on the market fell 4.9 percent to 1.74 million, the fewest since December 1999, today’s report from the Realtors’ group showed. At the current sales pace, it would take 4.2 months to sell those houses, the fewest since April 2005.

“Inventory has increasingly become the story of the housing market,” Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said in a news conference as the figures were released. “We do expect some relief in inventories as the spring season comes around.” He also said that “only the homebuilders can truly relieve the inventory” shortage.

PulteGroup (PHM)Lennar Corp. (LEN) and D.R. Horton Inc. (DHI), the top three U.S. homebuilders by market value, said orders rose in the most recently reported quarter. A report yesterday from the Commerce Department showed single-family home starts increased in January to the highest level since July 2008.

Construction’s Impact

Gains in construction will probably ripple out to other parts of the economy.

“If housing starts really do pick up as we expect and the economy picks up as we expect, I think what you’ll see is pretty good growth in the residential business” Gregory Hayes, chief financial officer at United Technologies Corp. (UTX), said at a Feb. 7 conference. The Hartford, Connecticut-based company’s products include Carrier air conditioners and Otis elevators.

Tight supply and growing demand are helping firm property values. The median price of an existing home rose to $173,600 last month, up 12.3 percent from January 2012, the real-estate agents’ report today showed. It marked the biggest 12-month increase since November 2005.

Fewer Delinquencies

Rising prices may be helping struggling homeowners find buyers. Home loans that were more than 90 days behind in payments or in the foreclosure process fell to 6.78 percent of mortgages in the third quarter, the lowest level since 2008, from 7.03 percent in the previous three months, the Mortgage Bankers Association said in a report today. The rate was 7.73 percent a year earlier.

The improvement in the economic outlook is not only driven by housing. Six of the 10 indicators in the leading economic index contributed to the increase last month, led by stock prices and the spread between the federal funds rate and the yield on 10-year Treasury notes, today’s report showed.

“The indicators point to an underlying economy that remains relatively sound but sluggish,” Ken Goldstein, an economist at the Conference Board, said in a statement. “The biggest positive factor is housing.”

Applications for unemployment benefits rose for the first time in three weeks, returning to levels seen prior to the holiday period and indicating little change in the pace of firings. Jobless claims increased by 20,000 to 362,000 in the week ended Feb. 16, the Labor Department reported.

Little Inflation

The cost of living was little changed in January for a second month as a drop in energy costs offset gains in clothing, hotel rates and airline fares, another report from the Labor Department showed. Over the past 12 months, the consumer-price index increased 1.6 percent, the smallest year-over-year gain since July.

The news today on the manufacturing front was less positive. Manufacturing in the Philadelphia region unexpectedly contracted in February for a second month, according to data from theFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. The bank’s general economic index dropped to minus 12.5, the lowest reading since June, from minus 5.8 in January. Readings lower than zero signal contraction in the area covering eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware.

The reading followed New York Fed data released last week that showed factory activity rebounded after six months of contraction, raising prospects that factories could contribute to expansion this year.

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Information Disclosure: information provided and relayed by Maple Sweet Real Estate is not represented to be accurate or free of errors. While substantial efforts are made to obtain and convey information from sources deemed dependable, Maple Sweet Real Estate does not guarantee or warranty such information is accurate or reliable. All information should be independently verified.

If your property is already listed for sale with another real estate agency, this is not intended as a solicitation of that agency’s listing.

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