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(English) Home Prices: The Next 90 Days

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3 comentarios
  1. Michael Voss
    Michael Voss Dice:

    OMG, THE TAX CREDIT IS ACTUALLY OVER? OH NOOOO, nobody told us that here in Wisconsin. we are trying to focus more on helping buyers and sellers with thier real estate needs, and really not to worried about reading about supply and demand, tax credits and articles that are constantly repeating the same old story. and as far as the Wall Street Journal goes and any other paper across country, they have to report the doom and the gloom so they can sell thier papers.If your goal is to support us Brokers and REALTORS, get on a more positive note please, we know whats happening in the market, its kinda a no brainer.let’s spend more time and energy finding out how to keep things going in an upward direction.

    • Steve Harney
      Steve Harney Dice:


      Thank you for commenting on the blog post. There are many ‘positive’ posts we have written talking about the importance of homeownership and the reasons to buy. As a matter of fact, just two days ago we wrote on the 5 financial reasons you should buy a home right now. The purpose of the post you commented on was to let sellers know that there will be downward pressure on prices as we proceed through the year. Therefore, they should sell now. That is the same advice I would give my own father.

      As far as the papers are concerned, the National Association of Realtors is saying the same exact things. Do you believe they are also trying to report ‘just doom and gloom’? We believe correct pricing is what is needed to ‘keep things going’. What alternative do you suggest?


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