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We Need Your Vote!

Our son, Richard, has traveled a lot for his company, Mogol Inc.,  since he and his family moved to Oregon a year ago.

Since developing predictive cruise control – Glide – a couple of years ago, Glide has morphed into a new platform – traffic management.

The global Challenge Cup Competition continues to seek the most innovative startups, solving the world’s most complex challenges. Last fall, Mogol was one of 75 other startups from around the world to advance to the 1776 Challenge Cup Semi-Finals. Of the 75 startup companies, 20 will advance to the Finals which will take place in Washington DC.

This online voting IS THE SEMI-FINALS. To help him advance to the finals, PLEASE VOTE FOR MOGOL INC! Click on the link below, enter your email address then scroll down to find Mogol Inc. There is a 2 minute video explaining what Mogol has been doing.

You have ONE vote and VOTING ENDS on January 19th, 2018. PLEASE vote for Mogol Inc.

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From Richard:

“I spent a lot of time in DC at the end of last year for a project in Arlington, VA.

While there, I pitched Mogol for the Arlington Challenge Cup and we won! Mogol became one of 75 startups across the world to win and advance to the global semi-finals for the 1776 Challenge Cup.

Today, a public competition that relies on your vote to advance us past the semi-finals was launched at The startup with the most votes is guaranteed to advance past the semi-finals and pitch at the Global Finals in March!

Most of you know how much time and energy Tristan and I have put into Mogol, including moving from San Jose up to Portland. Please help us out and cast a vote for Mogol, then share this post with your friends!”


Share this with your friends and family–anyone who has an email address. Your vote shows not only support for our hard-working son, but also to help support what Tristan is doing at home with the kids.


Gary & Debbie


Cambridge Residential Sales Robust in December

There were 102 single family residential units sold through the Cambridge MLS® housing market in December 2017 – this represents a 7.4% increase in levels reported in the same month a year earlier. Of the 102 residential units sold, there were 81 single family freehold detached residential units which represents a 9.5% increase in levels reported a year earlier, says Sheldon Barclay, President of the Cambridge Association of REALTORS® Inc.

“December marked an average end to a volatile year in which the highs more than offset the lows,” said Sheldon Barclay, President of the Cambridge Association of REALTORS®. “2017 was the best year for sales in the region since 2003. Activity also looks like it may have been building again heading into 2018, but part of that could be the result of a pull-forward of demand in advance of new mortgage rules. We’ll have to get a few months into 2018 to say for sure.”

The average MLS® single family freehold residential unit price was $468,612 in December which represents an increase of 11.5% over the same month a year earlier. The average MLS® single family detached residential unit price was $491,995 which represents an increase of 9.2% from a year ago.

The dollar volume of all single family freehold sales in December 2017 was $47,329,774 which represents an increase of 18.5% from a year earlier.


The Cambridge Association of REALTORS® promotes its Members professionalism and dedication to building a strong community through homeownership and quality investments.

Disclaimer: Effective March 1, 2017 the statistics for the Cambridge Association of REALTORS® represents only single-family freehold & single- family freehold detached properties sold in the City of Cambridge and the Township of North Dumfries and does not include condominium sales.