Who to believe?
You be the judge!
Evaluating the present and future real estate market is like a game of tug ‘o war. Some are optimistic while others are a bit more pessimistic. So who should you believe?
We thought we would present arguments for both sides – and you decide!
The market is strong – and getting stronger
On second thought….
So…who are you going to believe? Should you buy a home now? Should you consider selling next month? With so much conflicting data and contradictory opinions, there are two important things to remember:
1) Real estate is local. While it is valuable to understand what is happening nationally and statewide, it is most critical to know the market in your area – specifically, your city and neighborhood.
2) Nobody truly knows what will happen. As a former college economics major, I know that economists are very good at evaluating what DID happen but aren’t always so good at predicting what WILL happen. So, make the best decision you can based on what you know, what you learn from people you trust, and what is right for you. If you do, the decision you make will be the best one you can make.
Bryan & Allison Devore
“The Team To Trust!”
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