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(English) A Better Indicator of a Healthy Market: Liquidity

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  1. Pat McGinnis
    Pat McGinnis Dice:

    You mentioned that “for every sale in an increasing market there is a repurchase at a higher price and for every sale in a decreasing market there is a repurchase at a lower price”… one of the differences in our most recent market should be noted…. 25% to 40% of our transactions across the country have been distressed sales which usually doesn’t allow the sellers to repurchase either up or down.. most of these sellers have become tenants… I’m sure this has taken it’s toll on all “normal” statistics with a “move up” or a “move down” economy..
    Have you considered this in your projections???
    Seems like it’s a fantastic time to buy rentals…. low prices, low interest rates,and tenants being produced daily by the shortsales and foreclosures….

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  2. Kurt Miller
    Kurt Miller Dice:

    One thing to keep in mind with this formula is the common occurrence of “Expired-Relisted” and “Withrawn-Relisted” properties. While MLS data will show that these listings have terminated, they never really left the market, and in many cases agents are attempting to manipulate the DOM (Days on Market) to “freshen” the listing and get back on agent hotsheets and customer auto-searches. As an MLS employee, we’ve always found tracking Inventory Accumulation and PMP (Property Marketing Period – The time a property has been on the market during a certain date range) to be better gauges of market health.

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